The movie follows Sara Johnson, a 17-year-old high-school student who sets her sights on being a professional ballerina, but she has to put her plans on hold and transfers to an urban Chicago school after her mother's death. There she falls in love with a black teen from the South Side with a rough, semi-criminal past. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Save the Last Dance
A white midwestern girl moves to Chicago, where her new boyfriend is a black teen from the South Side with a rough, semi-criminal past.
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Mandy C (au) wrote: A sequel that continues to bloom its cute and romantic love comedy "Love in a Puff", which brings the level of love to a more mature state... which I really enjoy. From the sweet and loving honeymoon courtship period in a relationship, to a more mature and stagnent relationship, then the cooling off period and end up with reconciliation and acceptance.At the end of the day, staying true to your heart and believing in what we treasure most is what that makes the relationship stronger.
Adam Malik M (ca) wrote: Disappointing to say the least. If you watched the film as I did, expecting a stunt-filled action romp, you will be let down. What's the point of introducing the legendary weapon & assassin's guild if they were rendered irrelevant almost immediately 30 minutes into the movie? The movie is also way too long, seems as if the director is too invested in his own pretensity to bother to think if the audience would appreciate the presentation. Meandering, pretentious & languidly paced, this isn't a period martial arts film as much as a soap drama.
Cole B (kr) wrote: Through the first thirty minutes I had no idea where the film was headed or what storyline was going to make me keep watching. The next hour answered my question clearly. A high-energy noir thriller that is not perfect but is visually and narratively engaging.
Andrew O (ca) wrote: UFC and MMA fans would love the fight sequences
Aaron H (ag) wrote: Being a film buff myself, this was one of the most entertaining movies I've ever seen. A little vulgar at times, but good all the same. Anyone who enjoys watching LOTS of movies should watch this one.
Mayank A (gb) wrote: Nice plot and stylish crime thriller, just felt it overrated as it's a lesbian based.
Greguere A (mx) wrote: One of my top ten. not Oscar quality but certainly a good movie. Very funny and still very accurate. Stephen Baldwin Plays the perfect Jock. weird enought my top movies just happen to be all my last hight school year while i was working at the Cinema.
Darrell A (kr) wrote: i was shocked at the amount of violence but it grew around me
Andrew T (ag) wrote: Absolutely boring and only a great battle scene... That's it.
Bruce B (au) wrote: Scream of Fear aka Taste of Fear (1961) is the very best Hammer film ever put on screen.. The story concerns a girl in a wheelchair going to live with her Dad whom she hasn't seen in years. Upon arrival, she meets her stepmother for the first time and is informed that her Dad is away on business. That night, she investigates a strange light in the summer house and discovers here dead father. In her horrified state, she falls into the pool. After she's revived, an investigation of the summer house reveals nothing. As the strange events continue to occur, the local doctor begins to doubt her sanity. But, with the help of the chauffeur, she's determined to get to the bottom of the mystery before she is either killed or driven insane. Anymore of the story would ruin it for anyone who hasn't seen the movie.I've seen some call Scream of Fear "predictable". While I agree to a certain extent, there are enough twists and turns in the plot to keep most anyone guessing. While I may have seen some of the events coming, I could have never guessed the ending. To me, it was an "edge of the seat" movie from start to finish.The acting is first rate. All four of the major characters are brilliantly played. Susan Strasberg is convincingly fragile as the wheelchair-bound Penny Appleby. Ronald Lewis and Ann Todd are perfect as the chauffeur and stepmother, respectively. And, although all he does is come to dinner and talk psycho mumbo jumbo, Christoper Lee is mysterious and convincing as Dr. Gerrard.Everything else about this film, from the beautiful black & white photography to the creepy score, is perfect. I've really got nothing bad to say. 5 stars 7-27-13
Chayc (es) wrote: The end is kind of beautiful, but it's slow going getting there. The translator character helps lighten the mood.
Justin A (jp) wrote: It's so cheesy and some would say "bad," but the movie isn't so bad. There is plenty of ridiculous wardrobe, the acting is questionable at times, and the characters can do some dumb things at times, but the movie has a lot going for it. The portrayal of summer camp is one of the most realistic depictions in any movie, especially in a horror slasher. The use of kid actors to play children is refreshing (something that was lost in the second and third). In fact, one of the big appeals of this movie is the children because it's so different for a slasher.The kills are pretty good and some stand out. The arrow in the neck is a very neat effect and some of the dead bodies are gruesome looking. Some deaths go a bit too far almost, but (while a bit tasteless) it doesn't ruin the movie.The movie is also known for having one of the best endings of any movie. It may seem tacked on at first, but it makes plenty of sense and it works. The movie carries a lot of themes about growing up, sexuality, bullying, body issues, and gender classes that only rise up and become even more apparent with each viewing. It's a very dumb movie, but it handles some fairly heavy material maturely and it isn't offensive. Something about it all just works.It's one of my favorite horror films ever and I have to give it a recommendation. It definitely has one of the best endings of any movie and it is unlike any other slasher you'll ever see.