When you hear certain songs you just can’t help yourself: you must dance! These are funny, contagious dance scenes that happen rather unexpectedly and it’s impossible not to related to the characters. Music from the late seventies and early eighties gets the lion share, these are some memorable dance tunes used in many films.
Love Actually – Jump (For My Love), The Pointer Sisters (1983)
British Prime Minister blows off some steam when a great song comes on the radio (and the deejay dedicates it to him)
Los Amantes Pasajeros – I’m So Exited, The Pointer Sisters (1982)
Three flight assistants entertain the worried business class passengers dancing and lip-synching with hilarious results.
In & Out – I Will Survive, Gloria Gaynor (1978)
Real men don’t dance… or so the self-help audio book “How to be a man” wants us to believe. Kevin Kline will prove it wrong.
Risky Business – Old Time Rock And Roll, Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet (1978)
When the cat is away… iconic scene from the film that launched Tom Cruise’s career.
Full Monty – Hot Stuff, Donna Summer (1979)
Rehearsing their dancing routine while waiting in the unemployment line: priceless!
The Big Chill – Ain’t Too Proud To Beg, The Temptations (1966)
Tidying up after dinner with your friends looks like fun.