Tap

  • 1989
  • Movie
  • PG-13
  • Dance, Drama

TAP is the first film to attempt not only to update tap dancing from the days of Bill Robinson, Fred Astaire, and Gene Kelly, but also to consider the darker side of this truly American art form. After doing time in Sing-Sing for burglary, Max Washington (Gregory Hines), the son of a legendary hoofer, returns to his late father's seedy Harlem dance studio,...read more

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Tap - Official Trailer

An ex-con with a background in tap dancing teams up with a veteran hoofer to show the world what they can do. Davis' final screen performance!

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  • Released: 1989
  • Rating: PG-13
  • Review: TAP is the first film to attempt not only to update tap dancing from the days of Bill Robinson, Fred Astaire, and Gene Kelly, but also to consider the darker side of this truly American art form. After doing time in Sing-Sing for burglary, Max Washington (… (more)

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