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Kevin Barrett over 5 years ago
Let's hear it for the boy!
ashley lee almost 6 years ago
Ridiculous plot and I can't deal with angry Kevin Bacon dancing.
Robyn Hamilton over 6 years ago
Soooo cringey, sooo good
Fae 7 years ago
I know it's not supposed to, but it makes me giggle sometimes. Fun watch always.
Randi Steers 7 years ago
So fun and energetic it makes you want to dance along. A feel-good movie full of heart.
Peter Renshaw 7 years ago
dragged into the cinema to watch this, didn't appreciate the irony of smalltown @ the time
Guillaume Bws Rolin 7 years ago
Great music, but not enough dancing I guess.
Michael Cole almost 8 years ago
Ridiculous story, but still enjoyable to watch.
Orla Nugent almost 8 years ago
This is my all time favourite movie! :)
Dylan Clites almost 8 years ago
It's fun to watch young Kevin Bacon having a blast, but the plot is quite predictable.
Patricia 8 months ago
Don Lathrop 1 year ago
Janika Puolitaival over 1 year ago
Brian Kuepper over 1 year ago
Lauren Armstrong over 2 years ago
Loran Keyse over 2 years ago
Lauren over 2 years ago
Flo HM over 2 years ago
Jessica Gross over 2 years ago
Footloose is a 1984 American musical-drama film directed by Herbert Ross. It tells the story of Ren McCormack (Kevin Bacon), an upbeat Chicago teen who moves to a small town in which, as a result of the efforts of a local minister (John Lithgow), dancing and rock music have been banned. The film is loosely based on events that took place in the small, rural, and religious community of Elmore City, Oklahoma. Ren McCormack (Bacon), a teenager raised in Chicago, moves with his mother to the small town of Bomont to live with his aunt and uncle. Soon after arriving, Ren makes a friend named Willard, and from him learns the city council has banned dancing and rock music. He soon begins to fall for a rebellious girl named Ariel, who has a boyfriend, Chuck Cranston, and an overprotective father, Reverend Shaw Moore (Lithgow), an authority figure in the town. After trading insults with Ariel's boyfriend, Ren is challenged to a game of chicken involving tractors, and despite not knowing how to...
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