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Take the Lead (2006)

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PG-13 | IMDb 6.6/10 | 1 hr 57 min

In New York, the polite dance instructor Pierre Dulaine sees a black teenager vandalizing the car of the director of a public school and on the next day he volunteers to teach dance to students to give respect, dignity, self-confidence, trust and teamwork. The reluctant director Augustine James offers the troublemakers that are in detention expecting Pierre to give-up of his intentions. Pierre struggles against the prejudice and ignorance of the students, parents and other teachers, but wins his battle when the group accepts to compete in a ballroom dance contest. Overall I thought the acting was well done. The dancing was great (both the hip hop dancing and the ballroom). And while I am not a huge Antonio Banderas fan, I thought he was excellent, and I really liked him. This page has take the lead 2006, watch online, take the lead 2006 free download, full movie hd.

 

He was able to be the star of the movie, but not the center of attention at all times. He looked good and seemed to provide a different element to what could have been the same old “help the inner city kids find hope” story. The script and dialogue had nothing too cheesy or corny, which is usually found in “feel good” films, or movies about highschool students. There are plenty of funny parts, as well as enough drama and interesting character conflicts to keep everything interesting. This is a feel-good movie. You will enjoy it, laugh, maybe even cry, despite being able to predict what is going to happen. Filmxy has Take the Lead (2006) Online Full Movie, Take the Lead (2006) free download HD Bluray 720p 1080p with English subtitle. Stars: Antonio Banderas, Rob Brown, Yaya DaCosta.

 

Banderas does a nice, understated job and the actors portraying the urban kids are outstanding. I didn’t like some of the camera angles and chafed at the dance shots often being too close up to really see what the moves were, but the choices in filming undeniably added to both the realism and the energy of the scenes. Altho based on a true story, one has to wonder how much was added for dramatic effect. Some of the relationships/developments seem just too trite and stereotyped — and yet the portrayals are enjoyable enough that ultimately you don’t care. After the number of times audience members laughed or exclaimed over scenes or lines in the movie, I was surprised that they didn’t clap at the end — it’s that kind of movie. It reminded me of both Strictly Ballroom and Stand and Deliver. You won’t be sorry you’ve seen it. My only complaint was that the ending didn’t seem to wrap up everything – there were some back story lines and issues that weren’t resolved. But a few unanswered questions can sometimes be better than a cheesy, unbelievable ending where suddenly all is right in the world. I’ll be curious to see if they make any changes before it is released in theatres. In New York, the polite dance instructor Pierre Dulaine sees a black teenager vandalizing the car of the director of a public school and on the next day he volunteers to teach dance to students to give respect, dignity, self-confidence, trust and teamwork. The reluctant director Augustine James offers the troublemakers that are in detention expecting Pierre to give-up of his intentions. Pierre struggles against the prejudice and ignorance of the students, parents and other teachers, but wins his battle when the group accepts to compete in a ballroom dance contest. Overall I thought the acting was well done. The dancing was great (both the hip hop dancing and the ballroom). And while I am not a huge Antonio Banderas fan, I thought he was excellent, and I really liked him. He was able to be the star of the movie, but not the center of attention at all times. He looked good and seemed to provide a different element to what could have been the same old “help the inner city kids find hope” story. The script and dialogue had nothing too cheesy or corny, which is usually found in “feel good” films, or movies about highschool students. There are plenty of funny parts, as well as enough drama and interesting character conflicts to keep everything interesting. This is a feel-good movie. You will enjoy it, laugh, maybe even cry, despite being able to predict what is going to happen.

Stars : Antonio Banderas, Rob Brown, Yaya DaCosta

Genre : Drama, Music

Country : USA

Posted on: June 25th, 2020

Posted by: Bad Boy

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