Confessions of a Go-Go Girl Reviews
(2008) Confessions Of A Go-Go Dancer
Made-for-TV but is now available for rental which the idea is strictly routine. And anybody expecting any nudity will be very disappointed, because what viewers is getting is the life of a 'go-go girl' who don't work in the same manner as strippers since they only strip to their underwear. Jane McCoy(Chelsea Hobbs) want to become a professional actress instead of becoming what her parents want her to be, which is a lawyer. As a result, it created a rift between her and her parents, motivating her to move out and live with her Go-go dancer girlfriend. While working as a small time worker at a shopping mall, her parents then requested her to pay back the tuition that was put into her lawyer courses. And because her go-go girlfriend is making more than she is as a cashier at a shopping mall selling beauty products, she decides to try it, since her acting teacher instructed her to try things one isn't expected to do. More revelations are expected as some fences are mended. All I can say is that the acting is woodened, particularly Jane's parents, and it may be because the simple-minded dialogue had the same makings for a made-for-TV movie. As a matter of fact, all of the situations are almost unconvincing. The documentaries shown on HBO about all this dancing stuff is more entertaining.
2 out of 4 stars