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    [Staying Alive (possibly on Criteron Collection, but not a necessity)]

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    Submitted by Stephen A. Kozak Jr. on June 04, 1999 at 22:35:17:
    DVD Title: Staying Alive (possibly on Criteron Collection, but not a necessity)
    Studio: Paramount

    Content Necessities:

    Letterbox/PS, Anamorphic, Dolby Digital, Closed Captions, THX remastering, perfect transfer (no glitches, flubs, freezes, etc)


    Commentary tracks by John Travolta and Director Sylvester Stallone, animated menus, scene selection, documentary, music videos for Far From Over, the Bee Gee's songs, and any others made from the soundtrack, restored footage for a director's cut, and a gag reel

    Disc Value:

    This movie on DVD would be worth $20-$30

    Additional Comments:

    Though not as good (in terms of content, music, critical acclaim, and public response) as it's predecessor Saturday Night Fever, it's still a fun movie. It's worth it to see a rippley John Travolta (compared to the mess he was in Pulp Fiction!) juggle between two foxy women only to get the lead in a campy broadway show. Most of all I would like an explaination of why John Travolta goes into the wrong 'home' (home in SNF was a brown and white house, in SA he returns and gets into a blue house that looks different). Why??? Though not a profound movie in any way, it would look and play a lot better with digital picture/sound along with restored footage for a better story.


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