Things in Grease you only notice as an adult
Grease is a American musical romantic comedy film based on the musical of the The film stars John Travolta as Danny, Olivia Newton-John as Sandy, and Stockard Channing as Betty Headed back to class, Sandy reveals that it was Danny Zuko she met, and Rizzo teases that perhaps she'll meet him again. Grease starts out with Danny and Sandy on the beach, where they have fallen in But when the summer ends, the two think they'll never see each other again. Danny. Sandy Olsson is one of the main characters in Grease. Sandy and her frets that they may never see each other again, but Danny tells her that their love .
Rizzo is the most sympathetic character The older you get, the more you realize that Rizzo is actually the most sympathetic character in the whole movie.
Frenchie is sweet and kind but she also drops out of high school in her final year when she could probably just wait, Marty doesn't get enough of an arc, and Sandy, as the song goes, is a bit of a sap. Rizzo is the most layered and nuanced female character, brilliantly played by a raw and committed Stockard Channing.
She's the only one of the girls who gets a proper arc, who makes mistakes and then learns from them, has plenty of funny moments like when she makes fun of Marty's glasses because "you can still see your face"and she gets the best song too. Just how good Channing is in this role was made evident during Grease Live when a brilliant, but still lacking, Vanessa Hudgens struggled to bring the same level of emotional struggle and authenticity to the role.
Kenickie pulls out a knife to fight the Scorpions, Doody pulls out a water gun YouTube The T-Birds' long-running turf war with rival gang The Scorpions is hinted at throughout the movie, from the "75 cents for the whole car" comment to their leader taking Rizzo and Marty to the dance.
A final showdown sees their sworn enemies beaten and disgraced at Thunder Road thanks to a tricky body of water. Before that, though, there's a moment at the pep rally that demands a closer look.
On the surface, it isn't too much of an incident. The Scorpions cruise by and the T-Birds wonder aloud if they want to "rumble. Kenickie, smelling a fight in the air, whips out his trusty knife.
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Doody, in direct contrast to this, pulls out a little yellow water gun. It's the same gun that's brandished throughout the flick but its appearance here is noteworthy because, well, what did Doody think he was going to do with that?
The lyrics to "Greased Lightning" are really dirty In a movie filled with plentiful, blatant innuendos, "Greased Lightning" might actually boast the most in a single four-minute period.Olivia Newton-John + John Travolta - You're the One That I immobilier-haute-garonne.info
Don't forget, right before it all kicks off, Sonny quips "the chick is gonna have to put out before she even gets in. He pulls down a roll of the stuff, rubs it on his crotch, and then runs around the car with it. The implications are clear. On another note, why is Danny singing this big number about someone else's car?
Rizzo comes out of the bathroom eating an ice cream cone YouTube The Frosty Palace is the scene for many of Grease's biggest moments. Whether it's Frenchie listening while her "guardian angel" sings dreamily to her about going back to high school, Rizzo throwing a shake at Kenickie, or the entire staff crowding around to watch the kids on TV at the dance, it's the place to be.
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When Danny is first confronted with Sandy and her new beau, he deals with the situation, er, pretty poorly by strolling right up to her at the jukebox and proving how much he doesn't care by fake-laughing at accusations of jealousy. Before all that, however, Rizzo winds Danny up for staring longingly at Sandy by asking if someone is "snaking" him. Blink and you'll miss it, but right beforehand, she strolls out of the bathroom with an ice cream cone in hand all the while licking it.
Now, Rizzo isn't someone who cares much what people think of her, but surely she could've asked Marty or somebody to hold her cone while she visited the ladies' room? The high school staff really care about their students Rydell High is an aspirational school for many reasons, including but not limited to the massive carnival in the football field to celebrate graduation.
At that very same carnival, there's a pie-throwing game in service of the teachers' retirement fund. In any other movie, this would be a gross little nod, but Rydell's staff happen to go above and beyond for their students. Then there's the auto shop teacher, who helps the guys get Kenickie's car in gear even when there are stolen parts involved, and then shows up at Thunder Road to cheer them on. And finally, who could forget Principal McGee and Blanche, sobbing over watching another senior class move on and leave the school?
The students might be slackers, but the teachers really care. Vince Fontaine tried to roofie Marty at the dance Marty is one of Grease's most underrated characters. Most of her big moments are quiet; the way she scrunches her face when she says "uh huh" during " Summer Nights ," the " dummy he's a marine! Marty's big moment, however, comes at the dance when she sidles up to host Vince Fontaine to flirt and hopefully make him dance with her.
In spite of his bad jokes which Marty hilariously fake-laughs at and the fact he's, as Sonny points out, an "older guy," it's obvious she's smitten with him. It's unclear how the night ends for the two of them until the drive-in when one, throwaway line to Rizzo lets us in on just what type of a guy Vince Fontaine turned out to be. When discussing Rizzo's maybe-pregnancy, Marty reveals that she caught Fontaine "trying to put aspirin in my Coke at the dance. Later, Danny tried to make it up to Sandy by taking her to a drive-in.
She went to be with him and watch the movie, and Danny gives Sandy his ring.
He asked her to go steady, she said yes, and declared that he truly respected her. Afterward, Danny tried to make out with Sandy, but she slammed the door on him, threw his ring in his face and ran off.
Danny was heartbroken Sandy Songand believed the two of them belonged together. Sandy knew Rizzo looked down on her for being "too pure," but that didn't stop her from offering to help when it was rumored that Rizzo was "knocked up. Saddened, Sandy was about to leave, when Rizzo called to her, and sincerely thanked her.
The Thunder Road race arrived, Sandy watches from afar, and after Danny won, she concluded she still loved him, but came to believe her goody-two-shoes image didn't sit well in America Look At Me, I'm Sandra Dee reprise.
She asks Frenchie to help her. Some time later, on the last day of school, the class celebrated their graduation at the carnival on the school grounds. Danny had become a jock, but was shocked when Sandy appeared, dressed in black - a leather jacket, tight satin pants, an off-the-shoulder top, red high heels, her hair teased, makeup, hoop earrings, and a cigarette in her hand.
Danny gives Sandy the ring and she kisses him on the cheek, saying she realizes now he respects her. The scene cuts to Marty and Rizzo in the drive-in's restroom. Rizzo's unprotected sex with Kenickie has come back to haunt her--she tells Marty she missed a period.
One of the T-Birds, Sonny Michael Tuccioverhears Marty accidentally proclaiming to couples making out outside the restroom to make way for the "lady with a baby", and asks Marty what she meant so she tells him the story and the rumor spreads quickly. When Kenickie asks Rizzo why she didn't tell him about it, she lies and tells him it isn't his out of anger. He thanks her sarcastically, and leaves her standing by herself.
Marty has also suffered as a result of her crush on Vince Fontaine--she reveals to Rizzo that she caught him trying to put an aspirin in her Coke. Back in the car Danny has his arm around Sandy.
His hand lingers above her chest and she sees it and he starts trying to make out with her. She screams, gets out of the car, slams the door on Danny, throws back his ring which she calls a "piece of tin"and leaves the drive-in. Danny laments losing Sandy again, and reveals the true extent of his feelings for her in the song "Sandy" he is helpless without her.
Kenickie asks Danny to be his second, and Marty gives Kenickie a lucky penny. She drops it, and as Kenickie bends down to pick it up, he gets knocked out when one of the T-Birds opens the car door. As a result, Danny has to race in Kenickie's place. Sandy sits on the hill watching the neck-and-neck race, which Danny manages to win.
While she is happy to see Danny win, she has misgivings about her own image, reflected in the song "Look at Me, I'm Sandra Dee Reprise ". Sandy thinks that Frenchy can help her win Danny's heart, and asks to go over to her house to take advantage of Frenchy's suspect fashion skills.
On the last day of school carnival, Danny arrives, wearing a letterman's sweater earned through track over his usual black attire. Sandy arrives wearing a black leather jacket, red peep-toe high heeled sandals, skintight black pants, off-the-shoulder top, curled hair, and smoking a cigarette abandoning her usual modest clothing.
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