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    The four years in the lives of some students in one class, from their entrance audition to their graduation, at New York City's High School for the Performing Arts. Upon their entrance, the disparate group have a few things in common: they've got 'big dreams' and they 'want fame'.
    Duration: 107 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2009
    IMDb: 5.1
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  • Actors of "Fame"

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  • Characters of "Fame"

    Jenny Garrison. Character of Fame
    Played by: Kay Panabaker
    Victor Tavares. Character of Fame
    Played by: Walter Perez
    Denise Dupree. Character of Fame
    Marco. Character of Fame
    Played by: Asher Monroe
    Alice Ellerton. Character of Fame
    Malik Washburn. Character of Fame
    Played by: Collins Pennie
    Rosie Martinez. Character of Fame
    Played by: Kristy Flores
    Kevin Barrett. Character of Fame
    Played by: Paul McGill
    Ms. Kraft. Character of Fame
    Played by: Bebe Neuwirth
    Neil Baczynsky. Character of Fame
    Played by: Paul Iacono
    Mr. James Dowd. Character of Fame
    Mr. Martin Cranston. Character of Fame
    Played by: Kelsey Grammer
    Ms. Fran Rowan. Character of Fame
    Played by: Megan Mullally
    Ms. Angela Simms. Character of Fame
    Played by: Debbie Allen
    Andy Matthews. Character of Fame
    Played by: Cody Longo
    Malik's Mom. Character of Fame
    Played by: Michael Hyatt
    Eddie. Character of Fame
    Played by: Ryan Surratt
    Ballerina. Character of Fame
    Marco's Little Sister. Character of Fame
    Played by: Annika Daniel
    Teacher. Character of Fame
    Played by: Scott J. Wood
  • Directors of "Fame"

    Kevin Tancharoen. Director of Fame
    Kevin Tancharoen
    Birthdate: 23 April 1984, Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Creators of "Fame"

    Allison Burnett. Director of Fame
    Allison Burnett
    Christopher Gore. Director of Fame
    Christopher Gore
    Birthdate: 10 August 1944, Florida, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Fame"

    Chicago Reader
    October 02, 2009

    The high school is so sanitized that there are no drugs, cutthroat competition, or-inconceivably for a theatrical milieu-no gay students.

    L.A. Weekly
    October 01, 2009

    Members of the class of '80 struggled to stay in school despite homelessness and crime; the greatest crisis in '09 finds a student's Sesame Street work schedule affecting her GPA.

    Time Out
    September 30, 2009

    There are enough hoary soap-operatic plottings for a thousand Gossip Girls (emotionally distant parents, almost-rapes, suicide attempts), yet Tancharoen individualizes each crisis so that no one character comes off as a mock-universal surrogate.

    At the Movies
    September 28, 2009

    I don't mind the cornball and I don't mind the clichƩs, but I just think that the thing has to be executed a little better than this.

    Chicago Tribune
    September 25, 2009

    It's almost fatally modest. But it has a sweet spirit, and it offers only one true moment of inadvertent camp: a (lame) finale featuring an African dance routine completely at odds with all the white bread we've just been served.

    Globe and Mail
    September 25, 2009

    There are six new songs in the remake, but not one makes any impact, or is likely to end up as the ring tone of 2010.
    September 24, 2012

    Kevin Tancharoen's remake of "Fame" is a flat, lifeless experience that is missing the emotion required to get us involved with the characters and their situations.

    7M Pictures
    July 21, 2012

    This film showed a darker side of high school life and the performing arts. Some scenes are hard to watch, but that's because they are so real.
    March 22, 2011

    The pageantry really is very nice, especially the dance numbers, but as soon as the music stops, so does Fame. It's not the worst remake ever made, it's not even really very bad, just stodgily, repressively mediocre.

    October 29, 2010

    Fails to make a significant mark.

    Film Freak Central
    September 28, 2010

    absolutely shameless in its sadistic trotting-out of every single rabbit in the tiny teen-pageant top hat.
    August 12, 2010

    I'm gonna live forever? Fat chance.

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