Fame: The Original Movie

Fame: The Original Movie

By Alan Parker

  • Genre: Alan Parker
  • Release Date: 1980-11-14
  • Advisory Rating: 15
  • Runtime: 2h 13min
  • Director: Alan Parker
  • iTunes Price: GBP 7.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: GBP 3.49

Description

Follow the heartaches and triumphs of a group of talented students as they struggle to graduate from New York's prestigious High School for the Performing Arts. A box office smash, this feature spawned a hit soundtrack and TV series, received six Academy Award nominations, and won Oscars for Best Score and Best Song for its title song, "Fame." The dynamic ensemble cast features Irene Cara, Anne Meara ("Awakenings"), Debbie Allen, and actor/comedian Richard Belzer (TV's "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," TV's "Homicide: Life on the Street"). Directed by Oscar-nominee Alan Parker ("Evita," "The Commitments").

Trailer

Reviews

  • Depressing tripe

    1
    By Oberto
    Don't expect a grain of glee from this dingy movie .. Please avoid . Watch the original tv series which was a chucklefest in comparison . Gene Anthony Ray v'shalom.
  • Fame

    3
    By Davie-RC
    Enjoyable bit of nostalgia, however too many four-letter words for a 'PG' film
  • Nearly fantastic

    4
    By emma davies
    You should definitely buy this movie, it's got great songs, drama, laughs and even the odd awkward moment; but, this all comes to a very abrupt end, it just finishes. I felt like it needed another half hour to finish it properly! However, this is not an even qualifiable set back- it is still must see film.
  • Original Or New?

    3
    By DimeDiva'Beth'
    Hi, Umm I Dunno If I Should Buy The Original Or Th New. Little Help PLease
  • What can i say..... Outstanding, billiant, classic?

    5
    By Deddington
    As the title suggestes I cant put into words my thoughts for this film. I dont no why I waited 29 years to watch this film! The soundtrack is amazing too. This film might by 29 years old, and yes you can tell from the quality of the picture, but the performances and production are as good as if it were made today. Well worth it, and well worth being at 99p, thank you iTunes.

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