The story of The Blues Brothers (1980) is about two blood brothers played by John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd as Jake and Elwood. Jake has just been released from the prison and is given in to the custody of Elwood, his brother. Jake after insisting makes Elwood to visit the old home they were raised when they were kids. As they had no parents they lived in a Roman Catholic Orphanage. They learn that the Orphanage which is also a church is being sold to the education society and the only way to keep the church running and being sold out is to pay $5,000 as property tax within eleven days only.
The Blues Brothers decide to put their band together, arrange a huge concert to raise the money to save the Church. The more they are willing to do so the more they face hurdles and problems. They make more enemies tan friends along the way. Are The Blues Brothers able to make as much as money as they want to save the church? See the answer to this question while renting the movie today.
Some of the convincing reasons why you should watch this movie even if you already have are:
•The famous actress Twiggy plays a customer at a gas station and Steven Spielberg starred as a Cook County assessor’s office.
•The movie is not just about The Blues Brothers but it involves each characters part, giving everyone their little moment.
•At one point, the movie held the world record for car crashes.
•Jake and Elwood’s sunglasses, Dark suit and Black hats are now a genuine part of Americana.
•A thin Aykroyd dancing like a soulful Gumby.
•Sideburn’s of Belushi’s.
•It’s not Blues Brothers 2000.
•The Blues Brothers is based on characters that were in Saturday Night Live which won’t bore you at all. That alone is an accomplishment.
•It succeeds as an action, comedy and buddy movie.
•It’s a victory despite the presence of Steve Lawrence.
The movie is a top notch making so many fans that people are still renting it and watching it over and over again and why wouldn’t they. It’s a good comedy movie directed by John Landis which has a number of popular casts with great performances. If you are into musical, comedy or even action movies The Blues Brothers (1980) is the right movie for you. Rent it today and enjoy a delightful time.