Mary Poppins Returns
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A slick, disposable soap opera about a poor white boy and a spirited Korean girl who fall in love despite hailing from rival corners of Brooklyn's club scene.
"Make Your Move" shows us the whole dancer. These sequences really move in a way that feels organic.
A soapy, flashy confection that juxtaposes Mr. Hough's tap dancing with the Japanese drumming style Taiko, tossed with liberal helpings of contemporary hip-hop moves.
Whenever actor Derek Hough and BoA stop leaping and twirling ... "Make Your Move" is an underwritten mess.
Scenes from the competing clubs include impressive choreography and gravity-defying moves. If only the poorly delivered, trite dialogue and predictable plot aimed as high.
It's cheesy fun for sure, but fun nonetheless.
Its lack of sparks on the dance floor are matched by the sense of alienation when the dancing stops.
The type of film that could very well turn into a guilty pleasure or could have gotten a lot of ratings had it aired as a TV movie, but doesn't have the chops to keep its hold on audiences on the big screen.
Star-crossed dance romance doesn't have the best moves.
[...] The irresistibly dopey Make Your Move drops the spectacle endemic to most dance films in favor of a forward-thinking sweetness. [...] What the film lacks in authenticity, however, it makes up for in good intentions and simple pleasures.
Here is the central reason why dance movies work so well: They cannot be faked.
The average person's enjoyment of this dance flick can best be gauged by starting at the feet and progressing upward, with the brain coming in last.
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