Frank Bannister is about to have a very long night. The writer of violent horror stories, Frank, is alone, depressed and one step from full blown alcoholism. Late one dark and stormy night ... See full summary »
Good girl Sandy Olsson (Olivia Newton-John) and greaser Danny Zuko (John Travolta) fell in love over the summer. When they unexpectedly discover they're now in the same high school, will they be able to rekindle their romance?
The Burlesque Lounge has its best days behind it. Tess, a retired dancer and owner of the venue, struggles to keep the aging theater alive, facing all kinds of financial and artistic challenges. With the Lounge's troupe members becoming increasingly distracted by personal problems and a threat coming from a wealthy businessman's quest to buy the spot from Tess, the good fortune seems to have abandoned the club altogether. Meanwhile, the life of Ali, a small-town girl from Iowa, is about to change dramatically. Hired by Tess as a waitress at the Lounge, Ali escapes a hollow past and quickly falls in love with the art of burlesque. Backed by newfound friends amongst the theater's crew, she manages to fulfill her dreams of being on stage herself. Things take a dramatic turn though when Ali's big voice makes her become the main attraction of the revue.Written by
The only storage shown in Jack's tiny apartment is a closet, and Jack empties it for Ali. Natalie was only supposed to be away from the shared apartment short-term, so where are all of her personal belongings? She wouldn't have taken everything she owned for a short trip, and Jack would not have removed every trace of her before Ali moved in. There should be female clothes, shoes, toiletries and other accoutrements around the apartment when Ali arrives, but there are none. See more »
Have you read this letter from the bank?
Vincent. How many times have I told you? No business during business hours.
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The credits play over a background of the stage set from the final scene ("Show Me How to Burlesque" dance number). See more »
OK is impossible not to compare this film to Chicago or Nine. Nearly as good as Chicago in my opinion, way better than the disappointing Nine Not an epic musical but the music is great for 'burlesque' mood Christina is way better than expected. actually all of the cast did great some good dialogues although the plot is very predictable overall. it was though difficult to understand the time (decade) the film is set. i am fan of such films therefore the 8. if i didn't like musicals the rating would be lower i suppose. great musical performances by Christina and Cher choreography is good loved the scene with the cookies ( you will see - no spoilers!)
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