|Dirty Dancing Movie Streaming.
Movie Title: Dirty Dancing
Dirty Dancing is available for streaming or downloading.
In Dirty Dancing, Jennifer Grey stars as Frances “Baby” Houseman, a girl who goes on vacation to the Catskills with her father, mother and sister in the summer of 1963. She meets the delicate dance instructor Johnny Castle (Patrick Swayze), who works at the lodge where they’re staying, and is smitten with him. When she volunteers to have in for Johnny’s dance partner, Baby experiences fancy and life firsthand from the free-spirited Johnny.
The DVD version of this movie is terrific. The clarity is incredible, the sound is crisp & positive and the bonuses are fabulous. With the bonus features, you obtain commentary from the movie’s creator, a behind-the-scenes featurette (with no audio), the videos for “She’s Like the Wind,” “I’ve Had the Time of My Life” & “Hungry Eyes,” biographies about the cast & crew (Jennifer Grey, Patrick Swayze, Cynthia Rhodes, Jerry Orbach, Jack Weston, the director, the producer, the writer and the choreographer), a short “Reliving the 60s” documentary, the theatrical trailer and a concert featuring the music from the movie.
If you esteem Dirty Dancing, I highly recommended getting this DVD. It would be a gigantic addition to add to your collection!
It is awfully hard not to find swept up into the nostalgic heat and sentiment of this unabashedly, and well-done, teen romance. It is, by turns, sexy, droll, melodramatic, jamming (what with that soundtrack chock chunky of some of the best pop hits of the 60s mixed with a few ample recent songs) and campy. Yet the overriding feeling of uncomfortable and wistfulness, portrayed with sincere talent by Jennifer Grey, as the perfect Baby, transforms this movie into something lasting, something to really savor. Cynthia Rhodes is absolutely riveting — as usual — in the second female lead; she is a spectacular dancer and electrifying whenever she is on the mask. The aching feeling of first moral love/lust/whatever, here directed at hunky Patrick Swayze, who is by the design an proper dancer, comes to beefy flower at a Poconos resort. As all manner of soapy subplots go through their predictable paces, we are treated to the transformation of our young heroine and any number of scrumptious musical numbers, capped off by the irresistably romantic Time Of My Life — that feeling of interesting through a romance that has somehow changed your life is captured with a rare sweetness, and it stays with you.