Dance Academy: The Movie

Dance Academy: The Movie

This 2017 movie follows the original dance academy TV show and tracks where the characters are in their lives now.

The movie follows Tara (Xenia Goodwin), Abigail (Dena Kaplan), Kat (Alicia Banit), Christian (Jordan Rodrigues), Ollie (Keiynan Lonsdale) and Ben (Thomas Lacey) as they pursue their dreams in the professional world of dance. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dance Academy: The Movie torrent reviews

Jose S (ag) wrote: This movie was so stupid and offensive to all REAL gamers out there. I never thought I'd hate something that starred Jason Mewes, thanks for proving me wrong.

JP D (ca) wrote: Very eye opening into the propaganda of tort reform, & heart wrenching how it's robbed innocent Americans.

Ron R (ru) wrote: I watched this movie last weekend and didn't realize just how pertinent it was going to be. It combined a political drama with a sports movie - Even with all that, there were still times where it felt slow.

Scarlett O (it) wrote: Oh mein gott, beta haus ist soo funny!

Timothy J (ca) wrote: It's pretty deep, but weird. Not for everyone's taste. It's can be very hard to follow. It only becomes clear at the end when you discover that you've journeyed into the thoughts of a dying man.

Peter H (au) wrote: A lot of truth in this movie.

HungYa L (fr) wrote: Sam Rockwell continues to be an excellent actor and Charlie Kaufman once again delivers an amazing script though it may be like putting pieces and puzzles and segments randomly into a movie. But it is an astonishing work indeed.

Tristan M (us) wrote: I've been waiting a while to see this movie, and am a big fan of crime flicks such as Heat, and since this movie has a similar plot, I knew I would like it. The robbery scenes are great and the highlight of the film, in particular the lead up to the second robbery, which we see the team driving through the streets in their van in slow motion, clutching their weapons and dresses in scary nun costumes. The acting is impressive, I like the cast as a whole, Ben Affleck, who is kinda hot and miss performs great, as does Jeremy Renner in his troubled characters roll, and Jon Hamm as the good/bad guy FBI agent who is tasked with bringing the group down. The cinematography is great, it's well shot and the scenes with action are impressive, the script is great, and even the non action moments have a tense feel to them. The action scenes are very good as well, not as good as the Heat shootouts, (but what can compete) but intense with good sound effects and violence and blood. The scene where Jeremy's character sacrificed himself so Affleck can escape and try his life with his new girl is great too, as is the rest of how the film closes off. Overall very good movie, entertaining and not just a mindless action shooter.

David H (us) wrote: Great real-life mafia film. Lots of great performances and a compelling story, and largely rewatchable, in my experience. Unfortunately, like Pacino's character Lefty, it is relegated to second banana against greater films like Goodfellas because, also like Lefty, it does its job but doesn't go all the way. That's not to say it's a bad film; a real-life story with a phony ending would have been worse. However, the real-life reality is that Joseph Pistone's case was pulled before a dramatic real-life tragedy could have occurred, preventing an ending that would have been more cinematically dramatic. Not a flawed film by any means (except maybe the soundtrack), and definitely worth watching for any fans of the organized crime/cop genre.

Christy R (gb) wrote: Ok not very good, but it's young Colin. And Mr. Wickham and other recognizable faces as young men. 2.5

Scott C (kr) wrote: I think I saw this a long time ago, but can't remember for sure.

Rodrigo S (jp) wrote: Filme de cunho polticio, militar recheado por nuances de conflitos morais e demonstrando todo o poderio da espionagem das grandes naes nos dias atuais. O Elenco soberbo e consta at mesmo com uma participao especial do Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad)