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更新时间: 2024-06-18 12:34:53
提问时间: 2024-06-10
解答时间: 2024-03-21

剧情介绍:  故事从孟买的小孩Anil(后来的Jimmy)讲起,Jimmy和艺人Raju(Rajesh Khanna扮演)在街头以吉他和鼓为乐器演出。按照印度影片的传统套路,Anil与富家小女孩Rita(丽达)交上了“朋友”,很显然地,这是不能被允许的,在一次约会时被小女孩的父亲Mr. Oberoi撞见,这位父亲理所当然地痛打了Anil和母亲,最终造成了Anil一家的背井离乡…,Anil发誓要报仇,他选择的武器就是---Disco!  若干年后,Sammy(Oberoi的儿子)由于种种原因成为了印度最出名的舞蹈明星,但他胡作非为、生活腐败的本性使得经纪人DavidBrown非常的不满,他开始尝试寻找Sam的替代者。Jimmy(以前的Anil)的机会终于出现了,由于模仿约翰.屈夫塔在Saturday NightFever形象的成功,Jimmy成为Brown的合适人选。Jimmy在夜总会演出自然遭到Sam的嫉恨,他让姐姐Rita去搞破坏,但Rita也被Jimmy的出色演技所折服。  影片在印度获得巨大成功,相对宏大的场面,华丽的服饰,激烈的打斗,甚至一些Disco道具等均在印度甚至亚洲引发了新一轮Disco热潮。Jimmy的扮演者Mithun也是一夜成名!公平的讲,电影中的Disco音乐歌曲(Bappi Lahiri制作)也是它成功的基础,Bappi Lahiri是印度著名的音乐人,除了印度音乐以外,他也改编了一些西方的舞曲音乐,如one way ticket等。因为这部电影,使得Bappi Lahiri在中国获得极大的声誉,他自己说还在中国获得了一个什么音乐方面的金奖。  《吉米,来吧》选自印度电影《迪斯科舞星》听过这首歌的人很多,随着这首曲子劲舞的人更是不计其数,然而知道这首歌出自电影《迪斯科舞星》的人却寥寥无几。这部影片虽不太出名,却是印度电影音乐在进入80年代后与国际流行音乐合流的一个小标志。  西方的一些评论虽然对这部影片评价不高,但也不得不承认它是印度历史上最好的迪斯科影片,某种程度上可以和Saturday Night Fever媲美。  Saturday Night Fever被认为是Disco音乐的开山之作,比吉斯Bee Gees的演唱以及John Travolta的演出为这部影片奠定了历史地位,所以能与这部电影比较,无论是褒或贬,都是一种荣誉。也正是因为Disco Dancer这部电影,使得印度能够在Disco音乐领域有了一席之地。当然,即使是在流行音乐范畴内,Disco音乐似乎也难登大雅之堂,况且Disco Dancer中也直接借鉴了不少欧美舞曲音乐的元素,所以不被西方音乐人士看好也再所难免。尽管如此,Disco音乐爱好者特别是中国的爱好者还是不应该错过。
提问时间: 2024-03-26
解答时间: 2024-04-09

剧情介绍:  Novelist Larry Donner (Billy Crystal) struggles with writer's block due to his resentment towards his ex-wife Margaret (Kate Mulgrew), who stole his book and garnered mainstream success and critical acclaim with it. Owen Lift (Danny DeVito) is a timid, middle-aged man who still lives with his overbearing, abusive mother (Anne Ramsey). Owen fantasizes of killing his mother but can't summon the courage to bring his desires into fruition. As a student in Larry's community college writing class, Owen is given advice by Larry to view an Alfred Hitchcock film to gain some insight into plot development. He sees Strangers on a Train, in which two strangers conspire to commit a murder for each other, figuring their lack of connection to the victim will, in theory, establish a perfect alibi. Having overheard Larry's public rant that he wish his ex-wife dead, Owen forms a plan to kill Margaret, believing that Larry will respond by killing his mother.  He tracks Margaret down to Hawaii and follows her onto a cruise ship, apparently pushing her overboard while she tries to retrieve an earring that fell out. Owen returns from Hawaii to tell Larry of Margaret's death and that Larry now "owes" him the murder of his mother, lest he inform the police Larry was the killer. After having spent the night drinking alone during the hours of Margaret's disappearance, Larry panics because he lacks a sufficient alibi. That, along with a news report announcing the police suspect foul play, convinces Larry he's the prime suspect. He decides to stay with Owen and his mother in an attempt to hide from the police. Larry meets Mrs. Lift, but despite her harsh treatment of him he refuses to kill her. Eventually, when Mrs. Lift drives Owen to the breaking point, Larry finally relents and agrees to go through with the murder.  After two unsuccessful attempts, Larry flees the Lift home when Mrs. Lift recognizes him as a suspect from a news broadcast about his ex-wife's disappearance. He boards a train to Mexico and, surprisingly, Owen and Mrs. Lift come along so as to avoid having to lie for him. During the journey, Larry's patience with Mrs. Lift reaches its pinnacle when she impolitely gives him advice on writing. He follows her to the caboose with the intent of throwing her from the train, but stops short when she almost falls off on her own. Owen begins having second thoughts about having his mother killed and comes to help Larry rescue her. Mrs. Lift is grateful at her son for saving her, but unappreciative of Larry's help and kicks him, resulting in him losing his balance, landing on the tracks, and breaking his leg.  During his recovery in the hospital, Larry discovers Margaret is still alive; she simply fell overboard by accident and was rescued by a Polynesian fisherman whom she has decided to marry. Much to his annoyance, Larry learns Margaret plans to sell the rights of her ordeal for .5 million dollars. On the advice of a fellow patient, Larry chooses to free himself of his obsession with his ex-wife and instead focus on his own life, thereby freeing him of his writer's block.  A year later, Larry has finished a novel based on his experiences with Owen and Mrs. Lift entitled Throw Momma from the Train. Owen visits and informs him that his mother has died (of natural causes) and that he's going to New York City for the release of his own book. Unfortunately, Owen reveals his book is also about their experiences together. Thinking his book has been scooped, an enraged Larry proceeds to strangle him, but stops when Owen shows him the book is a children's pop-up book called, Momma, Owen, and Owen's Friend Larry with the story drastically altered to be suitable for children. Months later, Larry, Owen, and Larry's girlfriend Beth (Kim Greist) vacation together in Hawaii, reflecting on the final chapter of Larry's book. Larry and Owen's books have now become best-sellers, making them both successful writers as well as close friends.