1958. Danny (Travolta) has a holiday romance with squeaky-clean Australian tourist Sandy (Newton-John). She sticks around and ends up going to the same high school. They meet again. They tiff. They make up. They tiff again. And so on. But that's only the story – it's the songs that matter here.
It's every bit the great songfest it's hailed as, with bucketloads of innuendo thown in behind some of the most energetic musical numbers ever to grace the inside of a movie theatre.
Reviewed by Caroline Westbrook
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