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Home > 54 (1998)
54 (1998)

54 (1998)

54 is a 1998 drama film that takes viewers on a wild journey through the vibrant disco scene of the 1970s. Directed by Mark Christopher, the movie delves into the secrets, scandals, and excesses of Studio 54, one of the most iconic nightclubs in New York City.

The cast of 54 is full of talented actors who brought the characters to life with great charisma and energy. The leading role is played by Ryan Phillippe, portraying Shane O'Shea, a young man who lands a job as a bartender at Studio 54 and quickly becomes mesmerized by the glamorous and hedonistic world surrounding him. Mike Myers, known for his comedic roles, shines in a surprising departure as the enigmatic Studio 54 owner, Steve Rubell. Salma Hayek portrays Anita, an aspiring singer who captures Shane's heart amidst the chaos of the club. Neve Campbell, Breckin Meyer, and Sherry Stringfield also deliver memorable performances as Shane's friends and fellow clubgoers.

As the film progresses, viewers are transported to a time when Studio 54 was the epitome of excess and decadence. With its pulsating disco beats, the movie's soundtrack perfectly captures the essence of the era. The rhythm-driven soundscapes in 54 feature artists such as Chic, Blondie, and Donna Summer, who epitomize the disco movement and its fusion of dance, funk, and soul.

If you want to immerse yourself in the magnetic disco atmosphere, you can easily play and download the vibrant sounds from the film. The soundtrack of 54 is available online, offering an opportunity to transport yourself back to the pulsating dancefloor of Studio 54. With its infectious grooves and unforgettable melodies, the music will have you tapping your feet in no time, reflecting the irresistible allure of the disco era.

Beyond the vibrant music, 54 also explores deeper themes such as the pursuit of fame, sexual liberation, and the consequences of excess. The film serves as a cautionary tale about the price one may pay for achieving their dreams in a world where indulgence and the desire for stardom reign supreme. It sheds light on the alluring façade of success and the heartbreaking realities that lie behind it.

54 received mixed reviews upon its release, with critics praising the film's portrayal of the disco era and its vibrant soundtrack but criticizing its narrative structure. Despite its flaws, the movie remains a captivating glimpse into a glamorous yet tumultuous time in New York City's history.

So, if you're ready to get your disco groove on, make sure to check out 54 and its electrifying soundtrack. Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of Studio 54, and allow yourself to be transported to a world of glitter, glamour, and unbridled freedom. Play and download the sounds that defined an era, and dance the night away with 54.

A can of Schlitz and a Jack Benny Special on the tube
A guy named Steve Rubell,
A lot of people thought the door was a better show than inside
A place where there were no rules
A talent for the 80's
A troglodyte is like a caveman
Actually it will be just us three
After everybody is all gone, check the banquettes
After I saw that picture of you in that gossip column
All connected by one man...
All these famous people,
Alpine Inn?
Alright
Alright
Alright, alright, alright
Alright, don't wait for me
Alright, I will meet you downstairs when you are finished with this stuff
Alright, no offense,
Alright, you turkeys can stay here,
And believe me, we will
And Everybody was in the middle of it
And fags
And girls
And got a small part in a good film
And he said, okay, okay. You know, whatever you need
And he wants to go back
And his door
And I believed her
And I didn't know who any of them were
And I don't take medicare
And I had nothing
And I read that Princess Grace showed up there too
And I should be on my toes
And I want you to take care of her
And I will cry about it tomorrow. I will
And I would be thinking, who the fuck is Truman?
And look what happens!
And my friend, we find something we don't like,
And not bitch about it
And now, I want to introduce you to a brand new talent
And remember
And rot for all I care
And Shane will take his place
And Shane, lay off
And she told us...
And somebody's head has to roll!
And Steve Rubell was making a fortune off of it
And that makes me a cave woman
And that would be before Uncle Sam gets his teeth into it?
And that you never go with the other boys
And the attitude is in face
And the extra plate
And they would all go,
And thinks he has got it made
And to make it last forever
And to make sure, the lift sticks
And yid's, like last night
And you agreed, remember?
And you are from Jersey city?
Andy loves it down here,
Anita recorded a great album with Casablanca
Anita, are you ready?
Anita, lay off. Please
Anita's studio
Anthony is having a cow
Anthony is having a cow, okay!
Anthony?
Anyway when we have our own place,
Are those for us?
Are you alright, does it hurt?
Are you going home tommorow?
Are you going to stay for the busto'?
Are you trying to turn me on?
As a matter of fact, I think I have a tape here with me
As far as my dad went, it was better there too
As soon as I left his office
Bartenders make a lot of this
Bartending was the best job in the world
Because he could ask some really tricky questions
Because I am not sticking around for more
Because if I do... I would surely... surely lose a lot
Because once you got into the door...
Because paranoia is setting in
Because she knew there would be some great contacts for us
Before 54,
Before we go in. Check it out
Before you...
Believe me, nothing compares to London in the swinging sixties
Billie got me and Anita an invitation,
Billie taught me how the world worked
Billie, what is her deal?
Bird of Paradise
Bottle of what?
Bringing a bartender to the table
Bringing the two day drop to forty points. The news from Washington today
Brought back too many memories
Buck tells me, you have been doing a good job
Buck tells me, you have been doing a good job
Bullshit
Bullshit!
But do you want it?
But don't you know what a troglodyte is?
But don't you say anything to him. Okay?
But for me the big thing was,
But I am going to go see if I can get a look at Olivia
But I did put my parole officer on the list
But I didn't even have a car
But I have to...
But I should have been out of the house two years ago
But in reality...
But it was Steve Rubell's club
But like all dreams, you wake up to reality
But rest assured, that is all taken care of
But some people thought it was too disco
But that feeling's gone and I just can't get it back
But that is just between you and me too, okay?
But then I come to my senses and give myself a good kick in the ass
But they better look like you
But they didn't know,
But tonight, the show must go on
But Viv trusts you
But you know how it is in there
But you know what?
But you should have seen the photographers
Bye
Bye dad
Can I help you? Yeah. Can I help you?
Can you believe the nerve of this man?
Can't wait to get out of here
Can't you give him a break?
Cancer, good people Cancer
Chablis
Change the tape in the registers
Come here
Come on
Come on in!
Come on you guys
Come on, come on. You can't blame yourself,
Come on, I am starved
Come on, I have been here every holiday
Come on, I know how to cheer you up
Come on, I want to help Guys do everything
Come on, I want to introduce you to him
Come on, let me go
Come on, where did you find them?
Come on, you need an equalizer
Come on. You look like Stevie
Come with me
Could I get a cappuccino, please?
Crabs
Darling, I don't think you realize what is you
Darling, you know who Errol Flynn is
Diana, help herself to the last of my snow
Did you talk to any of them?
Did your mother teach you that?
Didn't you get anything?
Didn't you think Anthony would notice?
Do I look short?
Do me a favor, throw away that nasty weed of yours
Do they look like you?
Do you ever read Blake?
Do you think Farrah ever goes there?
Don't be a spaz man, go for it
Don't make them right about you, Shane
Don't move. I am going to go get some ice
Don't smother me, Grego
Don't tell me it is your first
Don't tell me that is the first time you ever read an Interview Magazine
Don't worry, your secret is safe with me
Don't you love my Club Fed tan?
Dottie? Dottie?
Drugs, Sex, Connections, Money
Easy, easy
Empty it
Especially everybody in the music industry
Even though New York was three miles away,
Even though Steve was just a consultant now,
Even though you pay me like a cashier,
Every night I think about staying home
Every night I think about staying home
Everybody knew your name
Everyone wanted to be around the stars
Exactly
Excuse me! He just pointed at me!
Excuse me?
Fabulous love. Now get out of here
Family my ass, lets go
Far out. What is this?
Filling gas tanks at a Jersey City station...
Flies... 7000 miles
For one night, we pretended nothing had changed
Forget it, come on, give me that ball
Four brothers, and I never lost a game
Friends
Fuck off!
Fuck you Jersey!
Fuck you, Shane 54
Fuck you, you troglodyte
Get off me! Yo' Billy, come on, man!
Get out of here!
Get out of here! Lets go!
Get your fucking hands off me, you jive ass turkey!
Getting an article placed in Interview
Girlfriend? Is that where you have been?
Give it to him. Come on!
Give me some attitude, show me! Show me! Show me your stuff!
Give me some attitude!
Go home
Go home, honey
Going to the same dingy bar, with the same guys
Good. I made quite a bit
Good. I want to try one of these
Grace Kelly is coming,
Grandma, look it
Great to see you, Gracie!
Great, man
Greg man, will you help me please
Greg told me everything
Greg told me, half way through the night
Greg wanted to get ahead,
Greg, baby, you're talking about Shane
Greg, hey man. It is great to see you
Greg... Take it
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