Different movie stars or dancers dressed in spandex and dancing their hearts out to old music made for some of the best soundtracks of the 1980s.
As a consequence of this, dance films became increasingly popular during this time period. The top ten most memorable choreographed dance sequences from 1980s films were featured in this video.
Score tonight from Grease 2, which was released in 1982, came in at number10.Although it did not quite live up to its predecessor, it did contain a number of notable dance numbers and songs.
The remarkable dancers’ bowling alley performance, in which they brilliantly combined the game with animated steps, was perhaps the most impressive routine.
The 1980 film Xanadu came in at number nine.Sadly, it performed poorly at the box office.However, they were eligible for beautiful choreography as one category.
After all, Olivia Newton-John and Gene Kelly were the movie’s directors.However, the flashy number was the epitome of everything.In the 1980s, it had roller blades that screamed, bold costumes, and exaggerated moves.
The 1989 film Do the Right Thing’s opening credits ranked eighth.The movie’s credits by Spike Lee were almost as memorable as the movie itself.
When you found Rosie Perez dancing against the power, the circumstances were prevalent.Far from Over from Staying Alive, which came out in 1983, rounded out the top seven.
This movie will undoubtedly get you in the mood, even if you are not yet feeling the 80s nostalgia. John Travolta (Tony Monaro), a former disco king, was reintroduced to us in the 1977 sequel to Saturday Night Fever.
He took the spotlight away from the others by pursuing his big dance break.Prove Me Wrong from White Nights, starring Gregory Hines and the legendary tap dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov, came in at number six.
Number 5 had The Tryout from Flash Dance, delivered in 1983.It had choreographed this chair-based dance that was so daring.No one could match the innovative choreography’s intensity.However, Alex’s audition
followed.However, Alex danced to Irene Cara’s « What a Feeling » in her audition dance routine.This dance became a symbol of popular culture and altered the course of musical film history.
Everyone Gets Footloose, from the 1984 film Footloose, rounded out the top four.The audience adored the dancing, whether it was the prom dance or angry dancing.
Number three featured the Opening Scene Audition from A Chorus Line, a 1985 classic.Fame moved up to number 2.The opening dance sequence demonstrated that memorable dance scenes do not require flawless choreography.
Worth mentioning was Detention Dance from The Breakfast Club (1985).However, (I’ve had the time of my life) from Dirty Dancing in 1987 took the top spot.Only a few dances from 1980s films stand out.
The film’s signature moves were created by Kenny Ortega and Doriana Sanchez over several dance hours making this movie stand out.