Iconic Dance Sequences: 7 Timeless Sequences on the Big Screen

The extravagant opening scene of La La Land sets the stage for the daring and groundbreaking story ahead, featuring a highly choreographed number on a Los Angeles highway exit.

La La Land - Another Day of Sun

In a chilling twist, Patrick Bateman's dance to "Hip to Be Square" reflects his sinister desires, adding a layer of intensity and compulsiveness to the scene.

American Psycho - Hip to Be Square

Elvis Presley's iconic performance in "Jailhouse Rock" showcases his signature moves and charisma, solidifying his status as the King of Rock 'n' Roll.

Jailhouse Rock - Jailhouse Rock

The electrifying performance of "America" in West Side Story highlights the tension and passion of the rival gangs, with coordinated dance sequences that capture the essence of the story.

West Side Story - America

Gene Kelly's iconic solo dance in the rain is a joyful and memorable moment in cinema history, showcasing his talent and charm.

Singin' in the Rain - Singin' in Rain

The electrifying finale of Grease features Sandy and Danny's dynamic dance to "You're the One That I Want," showcasing their chemistry and the film's infectious energy.

Grease - You're the One That I Want

Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction surprises with a lighthearted dance scene featuring Vincent and Mia performing "the twist," providing a brief moment of levity amidst the film's darker themes.

Pulp Fiction - You Never Can Tell