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(3091) 6.4 109 min 2020

Feel the Beat is a movie starring Sofia Carson, Pamela MacDonald, and Sonia Laplante. After failing to find success on Broadway, April returns to her hometown and reluctantly is recruited to train a misfit group of young dancers for...

Starring
Pamela MacDonald, Sofia Carson, Nayo, Sonia Laplante
Genres
Comedy, Family, Drama
Director
Elissa Down

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Comedy, Family, Drama
Director Elissa Down
Writer Michael Armbruster, Shawn Ku
Stars Pamela MacDonald, Sofia Carson, Nayo, Sonia Laplante
Country USA
Also Known As Táncra fel!, Tiny Dancers, フィール・ザ・ビート, Siente el ritmo, Ritmi Hisset, Känn rytmen, Poczujcie rytm, Sigue el ritmo
Runtime 1H 49M
Description After failing to find success on Broadway, April returns to her hometown and reluctantly is recruited to train a misfit group of young dancers for a big competition.

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Friday, 11 Sep 2020 02:33

The "Whole Earth Review" of "Whole Earth" shows how it is best viewed as a portrait of life in modern London, that is, the city as it is. This is a movie that works in two ways: it is most likely to be enjoyable for a young audience (say, 14-15 years old) because of its slow, quiet, sometimes melancholic approach, and it is most likely to be good for adults because it is both a film about growing up, and a movie about growing up. The young viewers will enjoy the film's slow, subtle, sometimes melancholic approach because it works in that direction. The adult viewers will be more satisfied with the film's slow, quiet, sometimes melancholic approach because it works in that direction. The dialogue is quiet and often appears to be from a group of people who have been living in the same place. The characters speak about things that are rather mundane to them (such as their current work assignments, or the pet peeves they have about their "friends"), and it is quite a pleasant experience to have the characters speak to one another in this manner. In the "Whole Earth" review, however, I'm referring to the film's dialog and its characters' conversation. So if you prefer the movie's dialogue, it's best to watch it when the film is silent. There's a lot of quiet and lighthearted conversation, which is a nice addition to the movie. I'm talking about the film's dialog. It's actually quite difficult to say exactly how to feel about the dialog because the characters and the dialog aren't exactly very well developed. However, as I said, the dialog is really good. It is pretty much the best part of the film, and it works in the film's favor. The characters are very good, and you really feel like you are talking with them. The characters are also very good at portraying the characters' thoughts and feelings. The dialog and the characters are very well done. The characters in this film have a very gentle, sometimes almost soothing, manner about them. I really enjoyed the characters in "Whole Earth," and I think they were very good. Some of the characters in this film are very well developed, some are rather undeveloped, but they all have very pleasant and pleasant personalities. I'm referring to J.D. (John Cusack), who is the father of one of the characters. He is a nice man, and he speaks in a very gentle and mellow way. His manner of speaking is also very calming, and he is very endearing. If I had to say anything negative about this film, it would be that I did not really understand what was going on with the two of the main characters. It didn't seem like they were trying to make a movie about growing up. They were speaking in very classical, and even though I understand that they are talking about things that are fairly mundane, I did not understand what the point of it was, and it just didn't seem like it was very interesting to me. I think they would have made a better film if they had developed the characters a little more. I think they did a good job of developing the characters in "Whole Earth," but it could have been better if they had a little more in terms of character development. "Whole Earth" is an excellent film, but it is not very good because of some of its flaws. I think the film's flaws are good flaws, but they are not the film's major flaws. It is a film that is best appreciated as a portrait of life in modern London. I have always thought that London is a really good city to live in, and I think that London really is a very nice place to live. I think the people in London are very pleasant and well-spoken, and the music is very good. London is also quite beautiful, and it has many beautiful sights to see. It is a great city, and I think it is one of the best cities in the world.


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