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Genres: Music , Drama
Actors: Gene Anthony Ray , Jim Moody , Barry Miller , Joanna Merlin , Anne Meara , Paul McCrane , Steve Inwood , Tresa Hughes , Albert Hague , Boyd Gaines , Antonia Franceschi , Laura Dean , Lee Curreri , Irene Cara , Eddie Barth
Director: Alan Parker
Country: United States
Year: 1980
IMDB Rating: 6.4/10 (11346 votes)

At the New York City High School for the Performing Arts, students get specialized training that often leads to success as actors, singers, etc. This movie follows four students from the time when they audition to get into the school, through graduation. They are the brazen Coco Hernandez, shy Doris Finsecker, sensitive gay Montgomery MacNeil, and brash, abrasive Raul Garcia.

Film Review

I truly hate musicals because music numbers just start out of the sudden and usually spoil scenes, but this one is completely different – it’s simply brilliant. Plot perhaps isn’t any challenge for the viewers, but the simplicity of people life stories makes this movie great.I’ve seen it at least dozen times and still I’m not tired with the plot, characters or music (I just love the soundtrack – it’s the only soundtrack that I’ve really wanted to have and most probably will remain the only one that I owe).For me it’s a must-seen kind of movie, great characters compiled with entertaining songs and a lot of things to think about after the movie end.

Is this the ugliest cast in a movie, or what? Kitchen sink glamour. (Jack Warner referred to "Asphalt Jungle" as "that movie with ugly people". What the hell would he call "Fame" then?) Nothing is prettified here, and I suspect Parker actually wanted ugly youths for this thing. I can just see Parker leading the auditions: "You're ugly. Yeah, you're in." He did a similar kind of thing for "The Commitments", another movie I'd only watch for free. There are fortunately only a couple of musical numbers, so this isn't really a musical. It seems that every time a musical number starts the kids got a cue from Parker: "Okay, now…! Roll the music… And… Start acting stupid, everyone!" And they would. Kids acting stupid is what a lot of later-day musicals are all about, including the annoying hippie-trash "Hair". Hair Schmair. How does one shoot a musical? You get a bunch of dancers and tell them to act s…

No matter what you've heard, "Fame" is not a good movie. It's not worth the investment of over two hours to watch stereotypically troubled teens dancing, singing, learning, and staring at girls in the dressing rooms.Every cliché finds a cozy little home in this movie. There's a gay teenager looking for acceptance. That would have been great if it had been treated as anything more than a secondary plot point. There's a ghetto kid who has too much attitude– what, was I surprised? And guess what? They all want to become big stars, finding fame and fortune, and they'd all be willing to crawl over their own mothers' smoking corpses to get it.Oddly enough, this film is remembered for its music. But in actuality, the only moderately good song is "Hot Lunch Jam," which is still too cheesy to be of any real quality. The two most popular songs are nothing, either. "Fame" is meaningless fluff drowned out by the sheer spectacle of a ma…