Tony Manero (John Travolta) is still dancing up a storm (snort). He’s a dance instructor now,but he’s hoping to land the big gig on Broadway. Duly that break comes, and he must choosebetween the two women in his life, one of whom (Finola Hughes) is British, so you know she’sa bitch. Finally we reach the big finale, and it’s everything that was wrong with the 80s.
The soundtrack is showing its age, and up to the crystalline clarity and richness w…’re usedto now. That said, it more than gets the job done, with the atrocious music blasting in from allsides, and the effects are pretty good, creating some convincing environments.
The 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen picture is okay, but not spectacular. There is slight grainand the odd speckle, though the print is otherwise in fine shape. The colours are a bit drab. Thisis fine (and likely intentional) for the street scenes, but is less okay for the finale.
This is a curiosity, not a movie.