The Gymnast

The Gymnast

The stunning Dreya Weber stars as a former top gymnast who discovers love and a new life path when she teams up with a dancer (played by former L.A. Lakers cheerleader Addie Yungmee) for an ambitious Las Vegas aerial act show.

The talented Jane Hawkins (Dreya Weber, Lovely & Amazing) was an impressive gymnast at the top of her game until a devastating injury ended her career. Now she pours the passion, strength ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Katrina C (nl) wrote: I watched this movie today and I highly recommend it. I had intended to watch it as I did some wire wrapping. Not only did this capture my attention but I flubbed my project. hehe Leaving it in my Prime watch list in case I want to watch it again. <3

Ci T (ag) wrote: A beautiful and inspiring movie with great kids acting on a magical island

Areatha W (es) wrote: omg did this really come out? boooooo

Jake P (mx) wrote: A great way to showcase a brilliant form of dancing. This documentary takes you through the hardships, laughs, tears, and amazing dancing skills of some very interesting people.

Kilo D (kr) wrote: "Urban Legends: Final Cut" is hilarious. Hilariously awful, that is, as this unneeded sequel is asinine to the extreme. The dialogue tries to be hip with references to Godard and the characters in the movie hire a Swedish cinematographer (we get it, you've seen a few foreign movies) to try and add some depth to what is nothing more than a thesis movie made by an incompetent hack. The killer wears a fencing mask . . . if this movie was made for entertainment it's the most puzzling piece of "entertainment" ever made. So awful is this sequel that it makes other wannabe "Scream" movies comparable to "Halloween".

nipp s (de) wrote: Good good movie. All star cast including Oliver Phatt, Kevin BLT, Smoke Some Kiefer, Random Baldwin, and Julia Roberts Big Ass Mouth. If you've seen 'The Lazarus Effect' then you've watched someone rip this movie off. Honestly I wasn't aware that children teasing other kids could be so spooky, but it is.... I hope death is more than reliving horrible things I've done, if it's not I better prepare myself for a lot of "accidental" anal.

Yadin N (ca) wrote: hi....i want to be yours..

Suanne M D (br) wrote: This is a field i have lived with. I lost my Dad to this and I think back now how much Music cheered him up. I wish I had known just how much it would of help his soul and mind. This is good news on every level. I'm excited about learning from this. You never know when you will get the word about one of your loved ones or even yourself. Anytime we have a break through no matter how big or small it counts for tons. I SAY THANK YOU. If you recall " It was written" It was reveled " its getting attention now.

Matt P (au) wrote: this to me is a true man's film! great performance by DeNiro. this film gets an A in every aspect.

Kevin R (au) wrote: I have only seen Argento's Suspiria and wasn't to impressed, though upon seeing it's reviews again and after watching this I guess I will have to re-watch it.Even when this movie was a little too silly or out there I was still interested and entertained. At times it felt like an episode of X-Files minus our favourite FBI agents.