1. Pulp Fiction: You Never Can Tell by Chuck Berry
This popular rock and roll number by Chuck Berry is perfect for some crazy-wacky dancing. In Pulp Fiction (1994) Uma Thurman and John Travolta (Mia Wallace and Vincent Vega respectively in the movie) performed for the main prize competition at a story bound restaurant called Jack Rabit Slim’s. This is one of the best dance scenes I’ve ever seen. Now and then I try it out at parties and clubs. It’s a winner!
2. Little Miss Sunshine: Super Freak by Rick James
Super Freak is known as the signature song for Rick James. This kinky number can get you grooving right from the first drum beat. In Little Miss Sunshine (2006) baby Olive Hoover (Abigail Breslin) performs at a little girl’s beauty pageant and kills it with her innocence and raawwwwrrr!!!
The scene showcases the family’s support towards Olive being who she was. Freaky and crazy! Don’t we just love mad families?! Also a good song for couples, if you know what I mean! *wink wink*
3. Risky Business: Old Time Rock And Roll by Bob Seger
Home alone? Take off those pants/skirts. Leave ‘em socks on! It’s time for some good ‘ol shirt and panties rock & roll, Baby! Tom cruise nails it with his groovy rock star moves in the movie Risky Business (1983). You should try it sometime! It’s a mood up lifter.
Well, that covers your stag, couple and outdoor dancing lessons. You are now a trained crazy-ass dancer! You’re very welcome. Go break a leg!