Dancing at the Blue Iguana Reviews

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December 30, 2006
October 9, 2005
August 8, 2005
May 19, 2005
June 10, 2002
February 20, 2002
January 5, 2002
January 4, 2002
Always a more interesting acting exercise than compelling drama.
January 2, 2002
There's a lot of tepid exotic dancing as the girls' writhe and slither around the pole.
December 29, 2001
After a full hour of Iguana I was watching the DVD counter tick by in slow motion.
December 9, 2001
Too often the uneven script is either hopelessly strained or tediously lackadaisical.
October 28, 2001
The film's a mess, albeit a fascinating one.
October 21, 2001
This, I suppose, is what happens when a director allows his actors to put together a movie -- it's sort of like letting the inmates run the asylum.
October 20, 2001
A predictable exercise in fake tawdriness and half-nude psychodrama.
October 19, 2001
The result is a very believable strip club, inhabited by cardboard-thin protagonists who come across as caricatures more than actual people.
October 19, 2001
More than anything, Dancing at the Blue Iguana is an acting showcase that allows its stars to strut their emotional range.
October 19, 2001
Mostly this is a whole lot of chain-smoking and griping about men. You'd be better off renting Demi Moore's Striptease.
October 19, 2001
Even if Dancing at the Blue Iguana can't rise to the level of the performances of Hannah, Oh and others, it is nonetheless engaging, not without humor and an aura of authenticity.
October 19, 2001
A beautifully downbeat view of the dancers and their coworkers' as they spiral lower and lower.
October 18, 2001
Contains striking moments, but never coheres.
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