Shall We Dance

Shall We Dance

Upon first sight of a beautiful instructor, a bored and overworked estate lawyer signs up for ballroom dancing lessons.

Despite having a great career and a loving family, lawyer John Clark is missing something in his life as he meanders listlessly from day to day. When he notices a beautiful instructor, he soon signs up for ballroom dancing lessons. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Shall We Dance torrent reviews

Dominique G (gb) wrote: Excellent soundtrack and hilarious!

Sheldon C (kr) wrote: Though odd, supernatural, and unrealistic, Johnnie To's MAD DETECTIVE is an excellent detective thriller that uniquely delves into the human psyche and touches upon issues of multiple personalities, insanity, and the happenings and reactions of the mind. Although pacing is a bit off-kilter, the film features great performances with wild characters - starring Lau Ching Wan in a brilliant role - in leading up to a gorgeously-crafted climax that complements the film's clever framing and crisp cinematography. To's film is superbly made and enjoyably original, and definitely one that deserves a wider exposure.

Mavis L (it) wrote: what the.....%&*($)@!! only 2 mins of shots about the King Kong...what a misleading title!

Kevin M W (nl) wrote: This quiet charmer of a piece by Lawrence Kasdan posits, like the old Bacherach number suggests, " what the world needs now is love,sweet love". Loren Dean is perfectly cast as the unassuming and sedate soul prepared to hear whatever it is one might have to say ... only who is he exactly? Don't let this underrated bit of old style whimsy pass you by.

Tom D (ag) wrote: This film is a nice gem that people should talk about more. Bill Pullman and Ben Stiller work well together and Kim Dickens also gives a good performance. Pullman is really hilarious and the plot is great.

Lucas Y (us) wrote: I've never liked Whoopi but I've always liked the NBA. I feel the same way about this as I do with Space Jam. This is watchable but nothing special. The premise is way too unbelievable.

Tim R (us) wrote: I saw this movie when I was 13 and thought it was cool. Just saw it again recently and realized how bad this movie really was.

Josh H (ag) wrote: What a lame sequel. The summary on this page says it best: It's seems like a parody of the first film rather than a sequel.

Sean D (br) wrote: John Huston has written and directed many brilliant films (Treasure of Sierra Madre, The Maltese Falcon, The Man Who Would be King, just to name a few). But he has been known to miss the mark a couple times (Annie, Casino Royale). "Under the Volcano," one of his last films adapted from Malcolm Lowry's semi-autobiographical novel, really underwhelmed me at first. But Albert Finney's powehouse of a performance really haunts you well after the film has ended. The film focuses on Britsh Consul Geoffrey Firmin on the Mexican Day of the Dead in 1938. Firmin is a drunken mess, but he is worse when he is not drinking. As he claims throughout the movie, he needs alcohol to keep himself in check and he is unafraid to get it by any means necessary. His estranged wife, played by Jacqueline Bisset, and his half-brother, played by Anthony Andrews, arrive to try to convince Geoffrey to get his job with the consulate back, and to try to ease his drinking. Firmin, though, is a torrent of rage. His wife once two-timed him with his half-brother and he still holds a grudge against her because of it. I will state that I have not read the novel. I feel, though, that the film had many opportunities to capitalize on some great moments. Several times throughout the film, Firmin and company run into Nazis and Mexican pro-Nazi gangs, and it feels like something is about to spark. However, the film denies you of any satisfactory encounter. It cheaps out on any good conflict between these groups, in favour of further character development, which, at times, is tedious. But the major saving grace of this film is Finney's monumental performance. He expertly plays the teetotaler who is on the verge of erupting in a rampage of self-destructive rage and inner turmoil. His monologue, which turns from a possible reconciliation with his wife into a diatribe about her one moment of weakness and his miserable existence that has him declare that "Hell is my natural habitat," sucker punches you in the gut and knocks the wind out of you. In his long line of many great performances, this one is a clear standout. What Huston's "Under the Volcano" lacks in plot, it makes up for in Finney's marvelous performance. That alone, I think, makes it worth the watch.

Frit B (it) wrote: Deliciously funny 1980 satire about a group of "me generation" folks looking for happiness with all the latest fads in Marin County, California. The terrific ensemble is led by Martin Mull and Tuesday Weld with standout perfomances by Christopher Lee and the always delightful Sally Kellerman. Loved it!!!

Kyle M (ca) wrote: It's what you'd expect from a Tim Burton film with his direction showing its warm quirkiness but charmingly genuine masterpiece of stop-motion animation goodness with his frequent collaborations of Danny Elfman composing the soul and the cast performing it well, especially Johnny Depp, Helena Botham Carter, and Emily Watson. (B+)(Full review coming soon - with better wording probably)