Every ’80s Movie Dance Scene In One Perfect Compilation

The Lionel Richie’s classic “Dancing on the Ceiling” was released in 1986! YouTuber Robert Jones collected all the amazing ‘80s classics!

“Footloose,” “Dirty Dancing,” “Back To The Future,” and much more are featured in this epic composition.

You are going to have some big flashbacks and some great memories come back watching this. You better be prepared to smile.

“Uptown Funk” Movie Mashup

If you thought that one was good, make sure you watch this next one. The, ever-so popular, song “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars is going to definitely get your attention. It is played while clips from famous dance scenes from movies play.

Note: If you want to see the title of the movie, click the “CC” icon (closed caption) at the bottom of the video.

They must have spent several hours putting this compilation together. The timing and editing is on point.

Featured films include (but not limited to): Grease, Mrs. Doubtfire, American Pie, Napoleon Dynamite, Risky Business and many more.
Try to count how many movies you see!

Another “Uptown Funk” Mashup

We all know that “Uptown Funk” is a song that never gets out of your head once you hear it. This collage features dance moves from the 1920s through the 1960s.

When you are watching this collection, you would almost believe that Fred, Frank, Gene, and Judy knew “Uptown Funk.” They are perfectly timed with the beat.

Note: If you want to see the title of the movie, click the “CC” icon (closed caption) at the bottom of the video.

If by chance you have not heard this song, here is the original.

“Sesame Street” -Beastie Boys Mashup

This is definitely a little bit on the original side. This is a mash-up of the Beastie Boys – “Sesame Street”.

One Sesame Street Superman decided he would do a video collection of our most loved Muppets jamming out to “Sabotage,” a classic hit from the Beastie Boys.

“Sabotage” was initially made in 1994, directed by Spike Jonze. This song earned five nominations at the VMA’s in 1994. Some of the titles included Video of the Year, Best Group Video, Breakthrough Video, Best Direction in a Video, and even Viewer’s Choice.

Unfortunately, it never actually won any of the awards. However fast forward to 2009 and “Sabotage” did win the best video in the new category for Best Video (That Should Have Won a Moonman.)

Video project manager, for the Sesame Street version, Adam Schleichkron edited clips from “Follow That Bird” in order to remake the 70s styled video. The Beastie Boys version was said to originally said to be inspired by cop dramas like “Hawaii Five-o” and “S.W.A.T.”
The final project is brilliant. Its funny how much Big Bird and friends fit right into this remake.

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