A Time for Dancing (2002)

PG-13   |    |  Drama, Music


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Their love of dance, and their friendship, is challenged for two high school girls when one is diagnosed with cancer.

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4 May 2008 | P3charmed
3
| My oh my did this movie suck
I guess this is a prime document of when nu pop-jazz began.

I don't think I've ever seen so many jazz sneakers and hair whipping.

This one is definitely not for the dancers that weren't trained in a Studio. If you studied contemporary or alternative/athletic modern, its gonna be a painful experience.

Not to say the dancers aren't talented and the the performances (given the script..)aren't okay. This just isn't the best way to showcase that talent. I'm sure it would favor better among the So You Think You Can Dance generation of dancers.

If you want a good dancing movie with drama, go for The Turning Point. If you want a modern film that isn't super cheesy. A modern dance film that doesn't have its dancers whipping their hair around wearing unitards and masks. A modern dance film that doesn't use a very early form of Lyrical dance as a segway to the next scene....I don't know what to tell ya...One Last Dance with Patrick Swayze?

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Drama | Music

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Opening Weekend:

$854,915 (Europe) (6 September 2002)

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