I am really sorry that my review can look not too objective, it is really only how I feel. The two leading characters are charming and beautiful. Unfortunately, there isn't enough dancing in the film and leaves you wanting more of them to make up for the overly simplistic story. Characters have minimal interactions, I almost couldn't feel the relationship between them. If that's something you are looking for as well? This film tells the story of two dancers who dance their way to their dreams despite the adverse circumstances around them. Scenes are good as the rest of the cast.
Am gefährlichsten ist das House of Samurai, dessen Leader nicht nur das Preisgeld von 100. This movie has given modern dances a new definition. Moreover I think she and everyone else did a pretty good job at acting their characters; I particularly liked Nick and Kaz more than the main characters. The story line kind of reminded me of Step Up 3D; they both had to do with brothers, clubs, and dancing. The story is usual, average. Actually, I don't quite get why people leave so many negative feedback regarding this amazing movie.
On his first night in the city, Donny ends up dancing on the bar with Aya South Korean pop star BoA , but their budding romance is almost quashed when they realize that Aya's brother, Kaz Will Yun Lee , is Nick's former partner and now nemesis, who's in charge of a competing club. All of these things can be attributed to the fact that the movie doesn't ever cross the line into greatness. The dance sequences are good enough, but nothing overly memorable save for the sensual pre-love scene that is beautifully choreographed and makes up for a lack of dancing overall. There are some good looking people in this movie. In real life, I doubt any club owner would fly such dancer all the way from Korea.
And refuse someone else's love. Despite it having Boa, this movie was super disappointing. There was only one part that I really laughed at and really just wanted rewind and see it again. I had favorite movements immediately while I watched. Cast: Derek Hough as Donny BoA as Aya Will Yun Lee as Kaz Wesley Jonathan as Nick Izabella Miko as Tatiana Jefferson Brown as Michael Miki Ishikawa as Natsumi Dan Lauria as Parole Officer Foster Rick Gonzalez as Rene Michael Mando as Raphael Yunho as Yunho. There are some good looking people in this movie. How do their families keep them apart? And those like me who know little of Boa will be equally impressed with her abilities.
It was also nominated in 2 categories at the. One can also argue that it's far too dialogue-heavy and that this takes away from the dancing, which sometimes feels more like a sidekick than a main factor. The dance scenes are consistently impressive, energetic and vibrant, delivering a wow factor like no other dance film I have watched. I really enjoyed seeing BoA act though; I didn't know she was in this movie or in a movie in general. Archived from on 17 April 2015.
It makes you wonder what chemistry an Asian pop star can make with a ballroom dancing master. Adler gets behind the camera as a director for his newest dance film, Make Your Move, but without the classic results of his past dance flicks. Dancing with the Stars reigning champion and professional dancer Derek Hough makes his acting debut as Donny, a down-and-out street performer who's six-month parole isn't finished before deciding to head up to Brooklyn and try to make it as a dancer in his foster brother Nick's Wesley Jonathan club. It wasn't until I saw the trailer for this movie that I knew it was a completely different movie. When Mirabella, the star of Harper's next big production, decides to quit the show to get married, her mother is determined to put a stop to the wedding and show Mirabella that she cannot give up her career for love. Good for families and just to see that gorgeous Derek body makes it a winner for girls night out. Derek really knows how to create an intimate atmosphere and even we, behind the screen can feel it.
The camera work also conspires to make the movie hard to enjoy. So it doesn't make any sense to spend time zooming in for close-ups and framing the dancers from the chest up. First, I was impressed by the diversity of the cast. Their 2 romantic dance scenes sizzled. It was a cute love story nonetheless; the movie itself doesn't particularly stand out to me.
So of course I watched this one too. It is not an era with just hip hop dances anymore. The film is too dialogue-heavy and runs a bit too long for a dance movie. Responsible for writing Saving the Last Dance and the Step Up movies, Adler has a penchant for underdog dance films that has left an imprint on our popular culture and made him a household name. Still, they share a spark when they're on the dance floor, which is where the movie ought to have spent most of its time. Other than that I probably wouldn't watch it again.
Pure love, which comes with lots of struggle and problems and which, on the other hand, makes people believe in themselves, makes them do things that they even could not have imagined of being possible to do. I've never seen a man dance out of his shirt to reveal a chiseled body. I think she has more to show for, don't get me wrong her dancing was good in the movie just not really one part that I remember more than the others. It really depends on which perspective you use to view a movie, to decide whether or not it's worth your time. I watched this movie entirely for the chronography, and of course, BoA and Derek Dough. Neue Dance-Battles und Romanzen für junge Streetdancer, die im dritten und erstmals dreidimensional bebilderten Teil des Franchise in New York ihre Träume erfüllen wollen. I wish I could erase my own memory and watch this movie again and enjoy it in its whole like I did when I watched it for the first time.
Derek Hough and BoA are both cute, but no they cannot act. I gotta admit the only reason I decided to watch this movie, is because I like dance flick and because it has Boa in it. There's also a good bit of drinking during the nightclub scenes, as well as several fist fights and a drive-by shooting it causes fear and chaos, but no one is injured. Before watching this movie, I expected nothing but dances, it did not disappoint me. Make a Move tells the story of Osas Ivie Okujaye and Eseosa who come from troubled homes. Dancing can say so much too, Right? The dancing itself is a big selling point for the film, but it focuses on being too story-driven and not dance-driven, though Adler does drive home the intimacy of the dances.