The Blues Brothers 1980
Title: The Blues Brothers
Release year: 1980
Country: United States

Jake Blues rejoins with his brother Elwood after being released from prison, but the duo has just days to reunite their old R&B band and save the Catholic home where the two were raised, outrunning the police as they tear through Chicago.

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“The Blues Brothers” is a 1980 comedy-musical film directed by John Landis and starring John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd as Jake and Elwood Blues, two brothers on a mission from God to save the orphanage where they were raised by putting together a band and raising money through a series of performances.

The film features a star-studded cast, including James Brown, Cab Calloway, Ray Charles, and Aretha Franklin, who all deliver incredible musical performances that are interwoven seamlessly into the plot. The film’s soundtrack is legendary and features some of the most iconic blues and soul songs of all time.

One of the strengths of “The Blues Brothers” is its humor, which is both absurd and clever. The film is full of hilarious scenes and one-liners, and the chemistry between Belushi and Aykroyd is undeniable. The car chases and action sequences are also impressive and add to the film’s overall entertainment value.

Overall, “The Blues Brothers” is a classic film that stands the test of time. It’s a must-see for fans of comedy, music, and action, and its influence can still be felt in popular culture today. If you haven’t seen it yet, do yourself a favor and check it out.

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Director: John Landis
Actor: Aaron Jais,Alan Rubin,Alonzo Atkins,Andrew Goodman,Aretha Franklin,Armand Cerami,Arnold Roberts,Babatunde Myers,Ben Piazza,Bill Telfer,Blair Burrows,Brenda Bryant Corbett,Brent Dunsford,Bruce Pobanz,Butch Williams,Cab Calloway,Calvin 'Fuzz' Jones,Carolyn Franklin,Carrie Fisher,Chaka Khan,Charles Mountain,Charles Napier,Cindy Fisher,Curt Clendenin,Cynthia Kinman,Dan Aykroyd,Dan Pattarson,David Daniel,Dean Hill,De'voreaux White,D'Janine King-Lasky,Donald Dunn,Dotty Ertel,Eddy Donno,Elizabeth Hoy,Eugene J. Anthony,Frank Oz,Gary Greene,Gary Houston,Gary McLarty,Gary Patzik,Gene Janson,Gene Schuldt,George Holmes,George Sasaki,George Simmons,Gerald Walling,Gil Pearson,Gwen Banta,Henry Gibson,J. Bernard Walton,Jack Callahan,Jack Orend,James Avery,James Brown,James DuMont,James Huffman,Jeff Cahill,Jeff Lawrence,Jeff Morris,Joe Cuttone,Joe Walsh,John Belushi,John Candy,John Landis,John Lee Hooker,John Ring,Joni Palmer,Judith Belushi-Pisano,Kathleen Freeman,Kevin Huotari,Kristi Oleson,Lari Taylor,Layne Britton,Lemetrius Daniels,Leoda Richards,Leonard Daniels,Leonard R. Garner Jr.,Lou Marini,Lou Perryman,Luis Contreras,Luther 'Guitar Jr.' Johnson,Margaret Branch,Matt Murphy,Michael DeBartolo,Michael Klenfner,Mike Guilfoyle,Mr. T,Murphy Dunne,Norman Matlock,Paul Butler,Paul LeClair,Paul Reubens,Paul Swearingen,Paul Van,Philip Bartlett,Pinetop Perkins,Ralph Foody,Raven De La Croix,Ray Charles,Richard Morava,Rosie Shuster,Russ Bruzek,Ryan Folsey,S.D. Nemeth,Sam Nickens,Scott Perry,Sean Hayden,Sheilah Wells,Shirley Anthony,Shirley Levine,Southern California Community Choir,Stan Mazin,Stephen Bishop,Steve Cropper,Steve Cruz,Steve Lawrence,Steve Rozic,Steven Spielberg,Steven Williams,Tom Erhart,Tom Malone,Toni Fleming,Tony Farella,Tony M. Conde,Twiggy,Vicki Petite Montzingo,Wally Engelhardt,Walter Grant III,Walter Horton,Walter Levine,Willie 'Big Eyes' Smith,Willie Hall