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Footloose (1984)


Footloose (1984)

Year released



Drama, music, romance


A city teenager moves to a small town where rock music and dancing have been banned, and his rebellious spirit shakes up the populace.

Cast and crew

  • Kevin Bacon
  • Lori Singer
  • John Lithgow
A bona fide classic as far as dance movies are concerned, Footloose revolves around a teenager, Ren, who moves from Chicago to a small Midwestern town. He's in for the culture shock of a lifetime when he finds out that the town has made dancing and rock music illegal.

What follows is a tale as old as time. Ren struggles to fight against the system and loosen up the conservative town, facing various obstacles along the way.

An 80s classic with a memorable performance from Kevin Bacon, Footloose has a great soundtrack and a compelling storyline. It's also the perfect amount of cheesy. Stream it when you need something silly and fun.




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