Sara joins Julliard in New York to fulfill her and her mother's dream of becoming the Prima ballerina of the school. She befriends her roommates, Zoe and Miles, who teach hip-hop classes. She has ballet classes with the rigid and famous Monique Delacroix that she idolizes - Monique requires full commitment, discipline and hard work from her students. When Miles, who is a composer, invites Sara to help him compose the music for the dance choreography Sara's passion for hip-hop is sparked and she also falls in love with Miles. When she is assigned to perform Giselle in an important event, she feels divided between the technique of the ballet and the creative work offered by Miles.
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Ethan R (fr) wrote: I like Amy Poehler and Parker Posey in other things they've done, and I've seen Rachel Dratch be quite funny on SNL. As for this movie, everything is horrible. Even Jane Lynch, Will Arnett, and Seth Meyers couldn't squeeze the slightest bit of quality out of it during their scenes. Don't watch this under any circumstances ever.
Andy S (jp) wrote: ...with divorce papers?
Bethany B (fr) wrote: Well, I remember really liking it as a kid....
Ryan H (nl) wrote: It may not be the best Batman movie, but compared to Batman & Robin it might as well be The Godfather. Flawed as it is, Batman Forever boasts a subtle but good performance from Val Kilmer, two satisfyingly over the top performances from Jim Carrey and Tommy Lee Jones, good action, and an overall cheesy fun feel to it.
Dustin T (br) wrote: Not really funny, not really entertaining.
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