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Studio 54

Studio 54 is a movie starring Ian Schrager, Steve Rubell, and Donald Rubell. The story of the notorious 1970s New York City nightclub.

Other Titles
Studio 54 - The Documentary, Klubas Studio 54, Studio 54 - verdens vildeste natklub
Running Time
1 hours 38 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, History
Matt Tyrnauer
Ian Schrager, Neil Schlesinger, Steve Rubell, Donald Rubell
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

The story of the notorious 1970s New York City nightclub.

Comments about documentary «Studio 54» (21)

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Dylan Fernandez

With an almost 50 minute running time, this is a wonderful film, in which the music, visuals and performances are all of the highest order. Every time I see it, I'm surprised and sometimes amazed at how good it is. It's been a long time since I saw a film that I couldn't immediately forget. A masterpiece.

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Amy Wade

I love this film, and will continue to watch it. It's the kind of film that will make you laugh and cry, and will keep you thinking about it for days. I love the story, and I think that the director did a wonderful job of showing it from many angles. I think that the last part is very sad, but I think that it's very important. I hope that more people will see this film. I've seen it a dozen times now. It's a very good movie.

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Judy S.

In 1977, filmmaker Robert Mapplethorpe was fortunate enough to score a camera crew for a visit to the legendary Laurel Canyon's famed Studio 54. As the crew and producer wearily entered the room, they were treated to an intimate look into the creative minds of the neighborhood. The tour guides introduced us to their famous regulars and guests, from the Roxy to Alice Cooper. We then were introduced to the famous denizens of the area, all of whom were entertaining, or even hilarious, at times. We were then introduced to the "creatives" themselves, who had come together to form a group called the Mothers of Invention. This documentary takes a look at the roots of this group, and how they came to be. While this is a little bit of a strange choice for a documentary, it really does a good job of telling the story of the group, and how they came to be. Some of the interviews are really entertaining, and we see the true essence of what it takes to be a Mothers of Invention, which is not a group that is necessarily small minded or shallow. There is one interview that is pretty hilarious, and it is a great interview, with a great story behind it. The movie is quite fascinating, and is a must see for any movie fan.

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Jonathan D.

When I first saw this film I was in my late 20's and I thought it was pretty good. I'm now 40 and I'm very impressed. The film is also pretty informative and can be quite informative to the uninitiated. It was also a good film to watch with my son. I thought it was a great idea to use the "Parrot" gag to have a film about the underground in the 70's. The film was made in 1974 and the "Parrot" gag was made in 1976. I have seen it on the DVD, and I don't think it's any better than it was in 1974. I would recommend this film to anyone.

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Angela W.

As the name implies, this documentary is a history of the American West. In this case, the history is from the filming of the famous 'Citizen Kane' in 1941, and from the 60's onwards. The documentary is narrated by a famous critic, and features a host of experts, who speak of the time period in detail. These include: (1) a historian of film, James Surowiecki (2) an expert on film, John Alcott, and (3) an expert on Western films, John Huston. (4) A director of photography, Carl Franklin. (5) An artist, Charles Deakin. (6) The actor, Jack Elam. (7) The writer, James Sallis. (8) The director, Carl Franklin. (9) A writer, Tom Robbins. (10) The editor, Paul Frees. (11) The cinematographer, Carl Franklin. (12) The production designer, Bill Hankey. (13) The sound man, Paul Baranowski. (14) The director of photography, Paul Frees. (15) The cinematographer, Joe D'Amato. (16) The writer, Charles Deakin. (17) The actors, Elisabeth Shue, James Sallis, Jack Elam, and John Huston. (18) The famous critic, Irving Berlin. (19) The producer, Mark L. Lester. (20) The editor, Al R. Warren. (21) The producer, Thomas Kinkade. (22) The writer, James Sallis. (23) The writer, Carl Franklin. (24) The director, Carl Franklin. (25) The cinematographer, Joe D'Amato. (26) The writer, Paul Frees. (27) The editor, Bill Hankey. (28) The producer, Thomas Kinkade. (29) The director, Tom Robbins. (30) The writer, John Huston. (31) The actors, Elisabeth Shue, Jack Elam, and John Huston. (32) The famous critic, Irving Berlin. (33) The producer, Thomas Kinkade. (34) The editor, Al R. Warren. (35) The writer, James Sallis. (36) The director, Carl Franklin. (37) The cinematographer, Joe D'Amato. (38) The writer, Charles Deakin. (39) The producer, Thomas Kinkade. (40) The director, Carl Franklin. (41) The cinematographer, Joe D'Amato. (42) The writer, John Huston. (43) The producer, Thomas Kinkade. (44) The writer, Charles Deakin. (45) The actor, John Huston. (46) The director, Carl Franklin. (47) The actor, Elisabeth Shue. (48) The director, Carl Franklin. (49) The actor, Jack Elam. (50) The director, Carl Franklin. (51) The cinematographer, Joe D'Amato. (52) The writer, Charles Deakin. (53) The director, Carl Franklin. (54) The actor, Jack Elam. (55) The director, Carl Franklin. (56) The cinematographer, Joe D'Amato. (57) The writer, Charles Deakin.

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Olivia D.

In our modern society, where we have become more tolerant of people with a different belief or belief system, it is a pleasure to watch a film like this. I think it is a good idea to show this film in a classroom setting to remind people of what is important. What I like most about this film is the way the film portrays people from different countries in their own words. They are very interesting to watch. What I think is the most important is that the director didn't try to change the subject matter of the film or make the film too long. Instead, he just kept it simple and not too long. In this sense, the film is very much in line with the life of the movie itself. I think this film is worth seeing for anyone who is interested in different cultures and the differences between them. It is a film that will not disappoint you and will inspire you.

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In 1990 the UK Film Board launched the "US equivalent of the BBC's Great Britain version of the Twilight Zone". I was one of the few viewers who was familiar with this show as a kid, but after watching this film I became more familiar with it. The setting is the 1950's and the theme of an epic war between the Nazis and the Soviet Union. The film focuses on the lives of a small group of people who are simply trying to survive. We see their struggle with the Holocaust and the effects of the war on their family. The film is a mixture of documentary and animation. It's a shame that the war footage is so heavily censored, because it really is quite powerful. We also get to see the terrible conditions the Jews had to live in, including the deaths of some of their children. We also see the effects of the war on the women, who have to raise their children alone. We also get to see the great struggles the women have to deal with, including the forced sterilization of some of their family members. The film is not without its problems, the music is quite loud and doesn't fit the tone of the film, and it's not really a documentary, so some of the interviews are hard to understand. The film also has some weak points. It's not really as good as the Twilight Zone, but it's still worth watching.

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Virginia Thompson

If you are a fan of Alfred Hitchcock and his films, then you will love this. For me, it's more of a visual and narrative work than a documentary. The Hitchcock documentary is more of a way to explain the process of making a film. The Hitchcock film is more of a look into his filmmaking process. However, the director, Robin Cook, does a great job of giving an insight into the process of making a film. The film itself is almost like a mini documentary. It shows the process from idea to production and then shows how the film was produced. I thought the film was very interesting. It shows the process of how Hitchcock makes a film. The film was very good and I would recommend this to anyone who is a fan of Hitchcock's films.

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Sean Morales

I have been a fan of Wes Anderson since his first film, The Royal Tenenbaums, and even since then I was a bit skeptical about this film because of the controversies and rumors that surrounded it. But this film is more than just a Wes Anderson film, it is a masterpiece. The music is incredibly powerful, and the narrative structure is amazing. The pacing is really slow, but you don't care because you are fascinated by the characters. The pacing is perfect, and it really takes you on a journey of the relationship between the characters. It is the kind of film that you can watch over and over again and still feel it. There are many scenes that are so dramatic that it is worth your time. The performances are amazing, and the film itself is so beautiful. The score is amazing, and it is a brilliant example of how music should be used. It has a very emotional and important part in the film and I can't recommend this film enough. I strongly recommend this film to everyone, because it is definitely one of the best films of all time. I think Wes Anderson did a great job on this film, and it is a masterpiece. I think the Academy Awards should have nominated this film for best picture, but instead I think it should have won best director. Wes Anderson is a brilliant director and I think he did a great job with this film. This film is definitely worth watching.

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This is a fantastic film. Not so much for its theme of the death of freedom, but for its plot. I'm not sure if I can sum it up in a single sentence. It's a great mix of documentary and thought-provoking film. The film starts with the rise of the first and second world wars, and how they changed the lives of millions of people. The film also covers the political upheaval of the 1960s, and the Vietnam War. It's also a story of the war in Iraq, with interviews with both US and Iraqi soldiers. This is a fascinating film, that I recommend to anyone interested in politics, history, or just an entertaining film. It's a shame that the DVD is not available. Hopefully it will be released on DVD soon. It's definitely worth watching, but be prepared for some interesting questions. 9/10

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Donna Lewis

Loved the documentary, but the subject matter is so heavy that it was hard to feel for the people. The film seems to want to be political. But the "pro" side has all the answers and no ones is getting hurt. This is the kind of anti-climax that makes you want to scream at the screen, "Just shut up and make up your mind!". I'm not even sure why this film is being promoted by the NRA, but I suspect it's because it's a doc that will be shown in high schools. While it is a shame that the documentary is getting such high ratings, I do think it's worth seeing.

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This is a superb film. If you have not seen it, see it. It is not as revolutionary as some would have you believe. It is about a handful of men who worked for a company called "Shooting Star" in the late 60's and early 70's. The film shows the lives of the men and how they lived. I highly recommend this film. It is as powerful and compelling as it is entertaining.

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Katherine H.

I have been a fan of Woody Allen's since I first saw him as a young kid in the 1970s, and have been fascinated with his films ever since. He's made some great ones, and I'm not sure what he could do that no one has ever done before. This documentary, with its archive footage and interviews, explores how Allen achieved his stunning success, with no prior fame, no money, no studio, and no agent. He had a very small budget, but he managed to get some incredible actors, and they managed to turn his ideas into an amazing film. What's interesting about this documentary is that it doesn't tell you how he got his films made, it tells you how he got the actors to act in his films. The most striking thing about this film is how it lets you experience the acting process in the studio, and how he managed to get such great performances from so many talented actors. I think it's because the filmmakers were able to watch the same people over and over again, and really got to know them as people. It also makes me want to see more of his films, and I'm glad they're still making them, but I'm also glad that he's finally getting the recognition he deserves. I think that's what makes him such a great filmmaker.

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I loved this movie. It was so well done. It was both funny and sad at the same time. I especially liked the way the man who plays Mickey and himself said, "I love you, Daddy." And I also thought that the way the movie ended was great. You never know what is going to happen next. This movie was so great, that it was very surprising that I had never heard of it before. I would recommend this movie to anyone, regardless of whether or not they are a fan of the Beatles. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who has ever loved the Beatles.

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This is a very interesting film. As with most documentaries, it can be viewed in two ways. The first, is to see it for what it is. The second, is to see it as a piece of art. For the first, it works. The second, is less impressive. But it is still a very interesting documentary. It shows us a side of Hollywood that most of us don't know. It is not only the subjects that are interesting, but also the people involved. I enjoyed this movie very much, and it is a must see.

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Harold P.

I don't have a clue what people were expecting when they went to see this movie. To me it was like a "true story" of how a very well known "celebrity" was caught in a cover up scandal and what happened after the truth came out. The story was told with such a high degree of detail and in such a way that made you feel like you were part of the investigation and what happened. This movie made me want to watch the movie again and look for the story to be told. If you're not the type of person that likes a lot of facts, this movie won't be for you. But if you are the type of person that likes a good movie that gives you a good background to the subject matter then this movie is for you.

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Betty Greene

A great documentary on the state of cinema in the '70s, particularly in the world of independent film. This is a very hard-hitting look at the industry, showing how many films had to be cut to make it to the big screen, and also the effect it had on the film-makers themselves. It also takes on the issue of artistic freedom, and the effect that it had on the film-making process. The filmmakers of the era are shown in an unusual and candid way, with their own answers to some of the questions raised in the film. The DVD has commentary by the filmmakers and commentary by the director, who gives an interesting insight into the filmmaking process. There is also a very interesting documentary featurette, about the film 'The Matrix'.

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Michael W.

You know when you go to a movie you are going to see an all star cast of actors that have great chemistry and an even better story to tell. The cast is so well selected and so many of them had great chemistry together that you can't help but feel as if you are with them. I have seen so many movies and always come away wanting to go to the theater and see a movie again. This movie however will make you feel like you are in the theater with the cast. You will see how all of them take a chance and go for what they believe in. The music is great. The acting is superb. The story is also terrific. I highly recommend this movie to everyone. It is an instant classic.

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Christina Black

This movie is one of the most realistic documentaries I have ever seen. I have seen documentaries about hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes, tornadoes themselves, and tornadoes themselves. This is a non-fiction account of a devastating tornado in March of 2005. It covers not only the impact of the storm, but the path of destruction, including the search and rescue efforts. It includes the response and the families who have to suffer the losses that the storm has caused. It covers not only the immediate aftermath of the storm, but also the impact it has had on the lives of the people who live near it. The most powerful scenes are the first and last, in which a survivor's father and mother have to make a desperate decision to go and rescue his daughter. The movie shows how much time and money people have to suffer through the storm. The devastation it has caused is the most depressing thing I have ever seen. The tornado in the movie was shown in a way that really brought the audience to the point of reality. The destruction that the tornado has caused is so extensive and the people who lived in it are so desperate that it is hard to understand how anyone could ever recover from the loss of their home and their lives. The director, Michael Essig, did an incredible job. He showed the devastation as it was in real time, and he made the storm seem so real. This movie is one of the most powerful documentaries I have ever seen. It has been a great way to look at the effects of the tornado on a family.

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Lori C.

After having seen the films in its entirety I was extremely pleased with the film and I was even more so after seeing the "leaked" version. However, I would recommend that you see the original version first. The movie is very interesting, has a strong plot, and an interesting and varied cast. However, the way that the movie was edited left a lot to be desired. In the first half of the movie, I could not tell if they were actually showing the same footage as in the trailers. If you want to see the same footage from different angles, go see the original version. The first half of the movie was very good and very interesting, and the second half was incredibly boring and boring. The director chose to go with a different ending, and I felt it was a terrible choice. The end of the movie was a complete waste of time and money. I will not spoil the ending for anyone who has not seen the movie, but it was extremely disappointing. If you want to see a good documentary on the making of "The Room", watch this film instead.

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Arthur Weaver

As I watched this documentary I realized I was watching a story that was being told as I watched it. I felt as if I was watching a story from the past. I think that this is what makes the documentary so great. It is telling a story that is as current as it is entertaining. This is a documentary that should be shown in high school classes. It should be shown in high school classes to remind everyone of the importance of history and the importance of telling a story to others. If you have the opportunity to see this documentary you should do so. This is a documentary that everyone should see.