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Posted by Xav (Member # 8459) on :
 
First of all, I'd like to say thank you for taking the time out to read my modest little post -- I'm new here but I've visited the main site now and then.

I'm trying to remember a certain film I believe might've been made in the late 80's... it took place in either New York or someplace back east and it was about a run-down high school that was going to be closed before the year was out, or in a short amount of time. The students of this film were talented and imaginative; they decided to save the school by putting on either a concert or they wanted to put on a play/theatre project, or even a dance. Something of that sort.

A memorable part was either one or two people in the film had this awesome dance scene that was slowed down for practicing the night before their project was going to be open to the public, with a song that was very Bon Jovi-ish called "Something to Believe in," which might've been by Richie Sambora. I think I remember it listing him in the credits. If not, it was a similar sounding guy.

If anyone can remember this movie, would they be so kind to send a reply? Thank you so much for reading my first post, in any case. All feedback is appreciated. [Smile]
 
Posted by Nick (Member # 404) on :
 
Hmmm... No idea... But hopefully someone will [Smile]

Wasn't that song released in like 1995? [Wink]
 
Posted by mamamiasweetpeaches (Member # 1715) on :
 
The only thing I can think of is this : POISON had a song called Something To Believe In

Maybe you can do an IMDB search on POISON (or Brett Michaels) to see which of their songs were used in movies
 
Posted by Enerchal (Member # 7806) on :
 
I tried searching Poison, but no dice.
 
Posted by Xav (Member # 8459) on :
 
It wasn't Poison, it was Richie Sambora if I remember right. The song was very Bon Jovi with the sound and words, almost like Livin' On A Prayer, except not. So this movie really is obscure. Thanks anyway!
 
Posted by L'artiste (Member # 8319) on :
 
Sounds interesting but nothing comes to mind... could it be, "Nerds." Theres a scene where the nerds put on a concert with crazy effects using Harold Faltermeyer's music. No? Guess not. Good luck.
 
Posted by L'artiste (Member # 8319) on :
 
http://www.fast-rewind.com/dreamtobelieve.htm

Its got to be this. The premise that you described seems very close. Its got the dance and it has the school. Check out the link.
The movie, "Dream to Believe." POW!
 
Posted by Muffy Tepperman (Member # 1551) on :
 
I just watched this one last night it was a cheap vhs find for me.......like the author on the Rewind said it feels like an After School Special...........but it's really sweet and cheesy and the music rocks!

So the IMDB page references it as Flying and Teenage Dream........and only list one song from the soundtrack.....also the Rewind page only list 4 songs..........does anyone know if there is anywhere on the internet all the songs are listed or am I gonna have to slo mo my VHS? haha
 
Posted by Valley (Member # 1322) on :
 
Here are few that I was able to find:

1. Flying - Stephanie Mills ("Dream To Believe")


2. Heart's Voice - Stephanie Mills ("Dream To Believe")


3. The Edge - Ultimatum ("Dream To Believe")

4 . It's Your Turn - Lynn Davis ("Dream To Believe")


5. The First Time - Lynn Davis ("Dream To Believe")


6 Some Guys - Lydia Taylor Band ("Dream To Believe")


7. Bound To Your Love - Meri D. Marshal ("Dream To Believe")

[ 04. August 2012, 18:21: Message edited by: Valley ]
 
Posted by Muffy Tepperman (Member # 1551) on :
 
Thanks Valley! I found this:

Stephanie Mills: Flying
Meri D. Marshall. Bound to your love (this track can be found on the album Meri D. “On Y Vas”)
Anyzette: Baladoun (Vinyl Records)
Stephanie Mills: Heart´s Voice
Robin Rountree feat Bebe: Desire
Deborah Gall: Radio Active (Fun, Fun, Fun)
Cathy Castellane: Robin´s Theme
Ultimatum: The edge
Lynn Davis: It´s your turn
Bebe feat. Robin Rountree: I´m working on it
The Lydia Taylor Band: Death of the night/ Some Guys
Lynn Davis: The first time
Lipstick: Champion (Baby Prey)
The Flirts: Dancing madly backwards (The Best of The Flirts Album)


and the song I want more then anything is:

"I'm Working On It"
 
Posted by Muffy Tepperman (Member # 1551) on :
 
if you guys want a preview of the movie and a bit of a montage watch this and start it @ 2:20 [Smile] I love it!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QcZBv9NjMs&feature=related
 


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