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All the Right Moves (Widescreen)


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  • Actors: Tom Cruise, Lea Thompson, Craig T. Nelson, Charles Cioffi, Gary Graham
  • Directors: Michael Chapman
  • Writers: Michael Kane, Pat Jordan
  • Producers: Gary Morton, Lucille Ball, Phillip M. Goldfarb, Stephen Deutsch
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, DVD-Video, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Fox Video
  • Release Date: June 3 2003
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005JKVC
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #51,935 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)


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By Vanessa Ryan on Feb. 12 2004
Format: DVD
I recently bought 'All The Right Moves' on DVD after not seeing this film for a good number of years. And I must say I recommend this film, it's worth a viewing and I think one will even return and want to view it again. Tom Cruise is classic, he does what he does best-his likability. Lea Thompson is adorable and a talented actress as always. Worth the buy!
by Justine ryan!
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Format: DVD
Best exchange of dialogue in motion picture history!
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Because "Risky Business" gets all the attention for being Tom Cruise's breakout film, Michael Chapman's "All the Right Moves" has often been unfairly overlooked or just outright forgotten. That is a shame because Cruise's "other" coming-of-age film is a highly entertaining effort that deserves to be mentioned in the same breath as his more high profile projects.
Cruise plays Stefan Djordjevic, a high school football player who dreams of being awarded a college scholarship in order to escape a future in the steel mills. However, Stefan's short temper often gets the best of him and his relationship with his high school coach (Craig T. Nelson) becomes strained after he participates in an incident that leaves the coach's house vandalized. With the help of his high school sweetheart, Lisa (Lea Thompson), Stefan starts to get his act together and ultimately gets his life back on track.
"All the Right Moves" proves that Tom Cruise had tremendous screen presence from the very beginning. His scenes with Nelson and Thompson provide dazzling hints of greater things still to come. Nelson, who may be better known for his comedic side, turns in an especially strong supporting performance as the coach who is both Stefan's tormentor and supporter at the same time. The story of the small-town kid dreaming to escape his surroundings for better things has been told so many times on television and film in so many different ways that it would be easy to dismiss "All the Right Moves" as just another tired re-telling. However, a familiar story is still engaging if told well and this film is proof of that.
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Being a native of Johnstown I hve more than one reason to like this film (I don't cosider it partality since I dont like ths Slapshot movie which was also filmed here) its a great coming of age film and a tale of a blue collar character struggling to make his big break something anybody living in Johnstown can understand. Lea Thompson naked also doesn't hurt the film either and Tom Cruise shows a bit of the talent that got him where he is today. One thing though if you Stef had it tough back then trust me it's worse now, but enough of ditching the town. i recomend this movie to any football, coming of age, tom cruise, or just plain good movie fan. it made all the right moves.
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All The Right Moves was not one of Tom Cruise's more popular movies, suprising, being that he had just filmed Risky Business. There are really only a couple of ways you could love this movie: 1) You're a BIG Tom Cruise fan, 2) You're from Johnstown (where it was filmed... that's where I'm from originally), 3) You LOVE cheesy 80's movies... or, 4) You'd like to see a younger Lea Thompson naked. If you fall into any or all of these categories, this is the movie for you, my friend. A young Tom Cruise as Stephen "Steph" Georgevick struggles to make something of himself and get out of the steel town of AMPIPE (American Pipe & Steel). His dream; to be an engineer because it's "about time someone in the family has a say in what to do after the steel is made." His ticket out, a football scholarship, is jeopardized by the evillll Craig T. Nelson, his coach...The plot is your standard 80's model teen-angst-struggle-to-overcome-obstacle movie with the soundtrack to match. Also, if you're a big fan of Chris Penn, then this is your best bet...
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This movie has a good young cast. From this point on the word "good" will no longer appear in this review. This movie is more like a "nice try" picture. As these types of pictures go, it is cliche ridden and dial down the center. From the opening shot of the film one thing is clear: there is a factory, and it does not look like a slap happy good time to work there.
Young Tom Cruise plays Stef, a factory worker's son in a factory workers' town. The only way out of this town, hence not working at the factory the rest of your life, is to get a football scholarship to college. Stef happens to be good at football, so he won't have to work at the factory right? Well, it is clear that he and the coach (Craig T. Nelson) are not always on the same page. So, of course, the pressure is building. The best schools aren't calling, his girlfriend (Lea Thompson) won't sleep with him, and his best friend (Chris Penn, also a football player) is having a baby (which means he will work in the factory). Something has to give? It does, in the big game. Where else?
This movie is just perfectly ordinary. The attempt to get into the characters mostly makes no sense. And when it does it is just typical diologue we have heard a thousand times before. It seemed like Cruise was almost forced to self-destruct and then someone decided that it couldn't end on a downer. The ending is laughable it is so forced and out of place. With a cast like this, given they were young, I expected more.
So why did Cruise do this movie? Good question. He made another film the same year that dealt with similar subject matter, a teenager trying to get into college and the powers that are working against him. It is called Risky Business and it successful in all the areas that All the Right Moves fails. See Risky Business, forget this movie. I'm sure Cruise would like to.
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