Coyote Ugly (2000)

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Coyote Ugly (2000)

Comedy | Drama | Music | Romance
6 / 10
Release Date
30 July 2000
1 : 40 minutes
Spoken Language
Graced with a velvet voice, 21-year-old Violet Sanford heads to New York to pursue her dream of becoming a songwriter only to find her aspirations sidelined by the accolades and notoriety she receives at her "day" job as a barmaid at Coyote Ugly. The "Coyotes" as they are affectionately called tantalize customers and the media alike with their outrageous antics, making Coyote Ugly the watering hole for guys on the prowl.

Cast Overview :

Violet Sanford
by: Piper Perabo
Kevin O'Donnell
by: Adam Garcia
by: John Goodman
by: Izabella Miko
by: Tyra Banks
by: Maria Bello
by: Bridget Moynahan
Coyote Ugly Bar Patron
by: Greg Collins
by: Chip Chinery
by: Michael Bay
Dancing Girl in Bar
by: Stephanie Hodge
Dancing Girl in Bar
by: Carla Alapont
Girl at the Surprise Party
by: Sarah Jane Morris
Bidding Customer
by: Kaitlin Olson
by: Melanie Lynskey
Bidding Customer
by: Susan Yeagley
Bidding Customer
by: JJ Snyder
Fiji Mermaid Worker
by: Whitney Dylan
New Coyote
by: Melody Perkins
College guy
by: Johnny Knoxville
by: Michael Weston

Member Reviews :

I managed to see this movie on it's first day of screening in New York, back in 2000, just before I went back to Europe. 'Coyote Ugly' is a nice romantic comedy, perfectly fit for the generation who didn't grow up with 'Flashdance', Saturday Night Fever etc. Piper Perado plays the young aspiring song-writer who wants to get a major record-deal, write songs and then safely watch others perform her music. But then there's this little snag, called reality. Although the story is not very surprising it is solid and consistent told. We understand why she ends up on the bar dancing (no spoiler here). And at the same time we understand why her father is disappointed. A fine part played by John Goodman. At times their relationship reminded me of the one Madonna and Danny Aiello had in the 'Father Don't Preach' music-video. Father reluctantly sees his daughter grow up. And she only wants him to be proud of her. After I saw the trailer on television I immediately went to the REAL Coyote Ugly Saloon on 1st Avenue on which this film was based (unless there's another one, of course). The real bar is not nearly as flashy as it's celluloid counterpart. But they DO hose down annoying customers with beer and there IS dancing on the bar. However by the female customers, rather than the waitresses. But they do get fresh with you if you happen to order something they don't serve. (anything besides beer and Jack Daniels) And they do drink shots with the costumers. Funny detail is that in the movie is explained why they don't get drunk. I know, I know, we already have Flashdance. (Also from Bruckheimer) but I don't mind if this type of story is being updated now and then, right? Although the soundtrack could sound a bit more contemporary.