Dance, Girl, Dance

Dance, Girl, Dance

Judy O'Brien (Maureen O'Hara) is an aspiring ballerina in a dance troupe. Also in the company is Bubbles (Lucille Ball), a brash mantrap who leaves the struggling troupe for a career in burlesque. When the company disbands, Bubbles gives Judy a thankless job as her stooge. The two eventually clash when both fall for the same man.

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Dany L (br) wrote: The declaration of war is to save their child from a grave illness. Lots of causalities along the way make for great drama and an engaging story.

Dj Hollywood (mx) wrote: Anyone who takes this movie to sersiouly is retarded, it's a movie with John Stamos as a gay for godsake! That being said, I really enjoyed this movie. It is a funny, cute, gay equivalint of a chick flick. Noone dies of aids, noone has a drug habit and it has a happy ending. Seeing that this movie was made for tv you also have to understand that it is also distrubted by A&E so props on them. I never saw this movie on tv but I'm glad I found it at the movie store. It's campy for camps sake but never so much that it is unflattering....and it's honest look at brotherly love is refreshing. Kudos on Stamos kissing aswell...never afraid to give love to his gay fans he is willing to be out for a role...so that is great and very pro-gay!

Lindsay Eliabeth M (de) wrote: modern pinochy with a metallic shine. love it!

Ryan C (fr) wrote: Bloody and intense, "Black Hawk Down" delivers a captivating war movie based on true events of U.S. military involvement in Somalia at the hand of the immensely talented director, Ridley Scott.

Andrew C (au) wrote: With a legendary starring cast (Jack Nicholson, Michael Caine) and a mildly interesting supporting cast (Jennifer Lopez, Stephen Dorff) a beautiful setting (sunny Florida) and a classic tale (thieves who need one more score), this movie has plenty of ingredients to cook up something special. While Nicholson & Caine deliver worthy performances, their characters are chaotic and the overall script leads everyone to places that don't make sense leaving the audience confused and with no one for which to cheer. It's surprising and unfortunate to have so many of the right ingredients being combined in a way that somehow ends up being less than the sum of its parts. 7/19/9

Robert B (gb) wrote: This is a short review of the Fan Edition which is a comedy drama set around a group of young adults working in a record store. The best thing about the movie is the sound track.

Brendan N (ca) wrote: One of those cult films that grew popular after initially dying at the box office. Good music and a cast of everybody upcoming for the time period. Everybody is having fun but the idiot minded critics

Amos R (es) wrote: I like Eddie Murphy. I think he's an outstanding showman, incredibly charismatic, and I like a fast paced onslaught... but Raw, whilst providing a historically interesting picture of a superstar at his peak, really isn't very funny. I was prepared for bigotry, I was willing to indulge in some un-PC giggles, but there still has to be SOME humanity to even the broadest generalisations. bitterness can be very funny, anger can be very funny, even real hatred can be pretty funny... but it has to be relatable, even just a bit. I'll laugh at generalisations and stereotypes if the material hits on truths I can relate to but I guess I just don't know any manipulative, vindictive women out to marry for millions. it was so untreatable, I couldn't even enjoy some healthy feminist outrage, I just couldn't care at all. his material doesn't engage, he is succeeding completely on celebrity and stage presence. raw is interesting as an observation of a showman, who is great onstage and in front of an audience, in top form... but I didn't like the content.

visitorQ S (au) wrote: bad... omg. so bad. ;-) 1/5

Ryan S (br) wrote: I like what they tried to do, but this wasn't Godzilla and didn't represent the character in any way.

Michael D (it) wrote: Beautiful and surprisingly optimistic. Though it ends (or almost ends, at least) with the ubiquitous lonely person contemplating, this time it is a contemplation of hope. One scene that was especially potent was the dinner with Non-Chan and Setsuko at the cheap noodle shop. The most precious moments of adolescents, the beautiful awkwardness, the silly excitement, the illusory independence--all wrapped into one tight and masterful shot.

Aseneth R (ru) wrote: Just a overly dramatic movie.

Kevin M (fr) wrote: Watch it because Del Toro was in it, but it was a boring an uneventful film.