Dance Flick

Dance Flick

Street dancer, Thomas Uncles is from the wrong side of the tracks, but his bond with the beautiful Megan White might help the duo realize their dreams as they enter in the mother of all dance battles.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:83 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   spoof,   child abuse,  

Megan White, a naive teen, and Thomas Uncles, a student from the wrong side of the tracks, find common ground in their love of dancing. Their bondĀ helps them realize their dreams as they enter in the mother of all dance battles. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dance Flick torrent reviews

Gareth D (jp) wrote: Halfway through, I'm thinking I'd rather be doing something else. It doesn't have the realism it needs to keep me gripped. It would benefit from focussing on fewer characters, like in The Killing Fields. The story lists and sprawls. Can't see me gaining anything I've not felt before.

Justin A (br) wrote: A strange little movie that takes a lot of inspiration from H.P. Lovecraft. With this being the director of one of the most famous horror movies of the 21st century (The Grudge), that sounds like an interesting concept. But no. It's not. The monsters look laughable, and they cut away or distort the image so they don't show too much of how goofy they look. The plot centers around a man who wants to see something that will terrify him or something that will drive him insane (I don't know, his mind seems to change as the movie goes on). He finds this underground tunnel that leads to the netherworld, a large cavern. There he finds a girl chained down and he takes her back to his place. The rest of the movie deals with him taking care of this girl. There are twists and turns, but none of it interesting. Actually, the first 30 minutes were pretty promising when he is descending into a new world and looking for horror. It's when he returns to the real world that everything goes downhill. The entire movie is shot switching back and forth between the more film look (which I think was video though) and a crappy distorted video. The director was trying to implement some sort of artistic vision (I think), but almost no shot in this movie works. It's impressive to fail at that sort of level. The movie was strange enough to hold my interest throughout, but towards the end I just wanted it to be over. No re-watch value and nothing memorable.

Erin W (ag) wrote: Not sure what it's about, but I heard it's a good movie.

Calyre Z (nl) wrote: "Un cadavre sur le campus"

Jude P (it) wrote: At the end you saw nothing, you gained nothing but you aught to have wasted your precise time.

Toto A (au) wrote: Yojimbo portrays faithfully "betrayal" and "justice" as unpredictable, irrational and vengeful forces that drives men into destruction, presenting emotions that surpasses culture, distance or time - earning international praise for enough reasons.

James L (br) wrote: A very unlikely story about justice with many subtle moments of suspense....I was also surprised how much I disliked Kevin Bacon's character in this film...and this aspect of the film actually kept me more interested in the final outcome ! 3 stars