There are some movies that just make your feet move by their own. Some of them were not even successful, however, there are some signature songs, moves or phrases we will never forget. Don’t tell me you never dressed up like Olivia Newton – John in “Grease” or sang Lady Marmalade song from “Moulin Rouge”, either of those, you all remember them.
Maybe there were banal stories or even a little too silly for some people but we all can’t deny they were lovely movies to share with family, friends or boyfriend. Here we are going to share the most popular dance movies of all times.
“Now I had the time of my life” if this song is on and you don’t think of this movie something is wrong with your head. Whenever I listen to it I can imagine her running towards him and then trying to go up! Awesome scene.
A boy trying to became a professional dancer and automatically Billy Elliot comes to our mind. The cutest little guy and most talented of all times. This story is one of the cutest of all. I don’t get how people can deny themselves from watching this type of movies..
I’ve got cheers they’re multiplying… You all know how this one goes on and if you don’t I beg you. Watch this movie. In my opinion one of the best musicals I’ve ever watched. I feel like lots of movies tried to copy this one years later and none of them could achieve what this one could in 1978.
Shall we dance
Richard Gere and Jennifer Lopez tango scene. The sexiest dancing scene of all times. We will never forget that one, JLo all dressed in a nude nice dress with her sweaty face tidily moving all around the dance floor.
Singing in the Rain
Don’t forget this one! Did you think that Rhianna’s song “Umbrella” was original? Not at all! This movie has it all, even that song included. One of the first dance movies in all cinematography history, this one’s one of my favorite ones.
In my humble opinion, this one was one of “grease’s” remakes that didn’t come out well. It was successful. I mean Zack Efron was in it. however, despite all the hype that surrounded this movie, it was not as good as the original - it's still super entertaining though.