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Directed By
Mark Christopher

Written By:
Mark Christopher

Cast:
Mike Myers, Ryan Phillippe, Breckin Meyer, Salma Hayek, Neve Campbell, Sela Ward, Sherry Stringfield, Heather Matarazzo, Skipp Sudduth

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54 (1998)
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Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie
April 14th, 2007

Good Story About a Real Place

I actually kinda like this movie dealing with the myth of Studio 54.

As many people who went to 54, there is still a lot of unanswered questions as to what kind of crazy sh*t was really going on under that roof.

This movie tells the story of a bartender (Ryan Phillippe), his friend (Breckin Meyer) and his friend's girlfriend (Salma Hayek), a wannabe singer. They are all employed at the Studio and find themselves becoming more intwined in the shenanigans taking place there.

Mike Myers gives an amazing performance as Steve Rubell, the co-owner of the club. He completely transforms and convinces the world that he can do drama too. It is a small role that proves a lot about his abilities.

This movie is silly in parts, but it is also a glaring spotlight on the decadence of the late 70's and early 80's and the ridiculousness of slight fame.

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