In Houston, the aspirant to photographer Amie (Annabeth Gish) receives a complete Salsa and Mambo dancing course from her close colleagues and friends as her wedding gift. Her wedding with the wealthy and arrogant Jason (Daniel Cosgrove) is close and she intends to dance Salsa in the feast. Amie meets the Porto Rican instructor Nicholas (Kamar de los Reyes), and she feels a great attraction for him. When Nicholas bet with his former mate Cristina (Tessie Santiago) that he would teach Amie to be a great dancer, they daily train together for long periods and they fall for each other. Amie breaks with Jason, but is not sure about with whom she really wants to stay.
What a delightful movie this "The Way She Moves" is. The story is very predictable, follows the success of other romantic comedies having the dance as the theme, but I liked this one a lot. The pair Annabeth Gish and Kamar de los Reyes shows a great chemistry; the Latin music score and the choreography are excellent; the conclusion of the romance is very funny; and the sexy Tessie Santiago is delicious, really a collyrium for the eyes. I found this movie surprisingly cute and pleasant and I really intend to see it again in the next future. My vote is seven.
Title (Brazil): "Ritmo da Sedução" ("Rhythm of the Seduction")