Classic tale of teenage rebellion and repression features a delightful combination of dance choreography and realistic and touching performances. When teenager Ren McCormack and his family move from big-city Chicago to a small Midwestern town, he's in for a real case of culture shock. Though he tries hard to fit in, the streetwise Ren can't quite believe he's living in a place where rock music and dancing are illegal. However, there is one small pleasure: Ariel Moore, a troubled but lovely blonde with a jealous boyfriend. And a Bible-thumping minister, who is responsible for keeping the town dance-free. Ren and his classmates want to do away with this ordinance, especially since the senior prom is around the corner, but only Ren has the courage to initiate a battle to abolish the outmoded ban and revitalize the spirit of the repressed townspeople. Fast-paced drama is filled with such now-famous hit songs as the title track and "Let's Hear It for the Boy". Written by
my 20 month old son loves footloose he first watched when he was 6
months old and now watches it 2-3 times a day its fantastic and dances
every time its on and follows the steps that they perform he knows
footloose is about to start as soon as the paramount picture comes up
on the screen. i recently had to buy another copy of this movie as he
had worn the first one out he also has a copy in his granddads van so
he watch it whilst out.if there was ever a remake of this film I'm sure
my son would love it just as much a the original one. i think it
amazing that a film from the 80's can please a 20 month old baby it
amazed me and my family and i hope he will continue to like it a long
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