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Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon and Meat Loaf star in this cult musical sci-fi spoof written by Richard O'Brien. When bland engaged couple Brad (Barry Bostwick) and Janet (Sarandon) seek shelter after their car breaks down in a storm, they find themselves made welcome in the very weird home of mad scientist Dr Frank N. Furter (Curry), an alien transvestite who is building a monster called Rocky.
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I had never seen anything like it.
Rocky Horror is the only film I have ever watched twice in one day, I had to see it again, I was amazed by it.
The soundtrack, the catchy one liners, the lyrics, the performances, its just fantastic.
Halloween, New Years Eve, staggering home after a night out, nights in with friends...
None of these have been quite the same since Rocky Horror came into my life.
Any chance I get I will stick on Rocky Horror, it is the ultimate feel good film!
Invite round everyone you know, crank up the volume, open the beers, open the wine and relax;
The show is about to begin....
You wont regret it, if your never seen this film, please do!
The DVD looks and sound fantastic and if you can,get the 2 disc version as it has great special features for fans.
I give this film The Charles Atlas Seal Of Approval ;)
Rocky Horror fan? Then simply put, this is a must have for your collection.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show has never looked or sounded so good, plus you get some pretty amazing extras to boot.
My only gripe (hence the deduction of a star) is that finding the extras for the first time is quite the chore. I'll not say anymore, but you'll see what I mean. Obviously, once you've located them and how to navigate thru them it's fine, but it's just a shame that it's the one area that let's it down, as it could have been done better with a little care and attention.
That said, overall it's an absolutely stellar package and worthy of anyones collection who's credo is 'Don't dream it...be it'.
Content = 5 stars.
Menu Navigation = 4 stars
And indeed, although a film version (even a singalong one at the Prince Charles cinema, for example) can never really recreate the intoxicating atmosphere of a live theatre performance (and I've seen a number in my time), the inclusion of the original Frank N Furter, Tim Curry, is a critical element in the film getting just about as close as it could to its theatre equivalent. If ever there was a man made (no pun intended) for a role, it is surely Curry and Furter (as it were) - the former possessing just about the ideal physique and vocal delivery for his alter ego. Thereafter, Susan Sarandon and Barry Bostwick both deliver perfectly satisfactory turns (she perhaps more impressive than he) as Janet and Brad, whilst O'Brien, Patricia Quinn and 'punk star' Little Nell Campbell are suitably feisty as Frank's sidekicks (respectively) Riff Raff, Magenta and Columbia. Of course, also reprising his stage production role here is Meatloaf as the maverick Eddie, whose rendition of Whatever Happened To Saturday Night (or Hot Patootie - Bless My Soul, if you prefer) is, for me, one of the musical highlights of the film. Jonathan Adams is also excellent as the Dr Stangelove-like doctor Everett V Scott, providing a nice 'stocking and suspenders transition moment' - however, I've always found Peter Hinwood's Rocky to be one the weakest portrayals here (and notably his Sword Of Damocles rendition is excluded from the soundtrack album).
Probably the only (short) period in which my attention wanders during the film is that focusing on Rocky, the period just before Janet's marvellous Touch-a, Touch-a, Touch-a, Touch Me. This is, of course, only a minor blip and with other songs like Dammit, Janet!, Sweet Transvestite, The Time Warp, Hot Patootie, Don't Dream It Be It and I'm Going Home (all with great production values) there is hardly another weak moment.
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