The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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As a dance flick, Shag suffers from an unexciting dance-style and so-so choreography but compensates with a fine young cast and likable story.
There's a real kick to it.
The actors in Shag are some of the best of the younger generation in Hollywood, and they treat their material with the humor and delicacy it deserves.
The picture is heartfelt and naive in ways that seem totally secondhand.
Never works itself into a suitable dramatic lather, instead relying on a wistful party atmosphere to conjure smiles from the viewer, buttered with a few dance sequences that lend the picture some liveliness.
The performers are uniformly attractive and energetic, and deliver performances that range from likable to delicious.
Director Zelda Barron, in true music video style, tends to cut too quickly from scenes instead of letting them play out, each moment seeming more like a calculated set piece than a natural evolution of the story.
With all the talk in recent years about women-centered raunchy comedies finally finding support and going into production, I was surprised to see this film from the 80s on tv awhile back. It's a little like American Graffiti and a little like Porky's with the focus on four young ladies played by Phoebe Cates, Bridget Fonda, Annabeth Gish, and Page Hannah. The nostalgic 60s are believably recreated. The title of course has a double meaning, but primarily and innocently refers to a dance of the time. The music is fun. All the actors find a way to get beyond the stereotypes and one-dimensionality inherent in teen flicks like this.
Another nostalgic 60s movie from the 80s, a trend in that decade. It's a predictable teen romance kind of movie, but it's fun and the actors are good.
Typical sappy girl flick with the blonde, brunette and redheaded gals that want to have fun in sunny Myrtle Beach! Set in the 60's, a fun movie, with awesome music from the olden days. :)
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