How She Move

Release Date: January 25, 2008
Click here for history of Release Date Changes

Movie of the Day for Sunday, September 16, 2007
See other Movies of the Day

I'll bet she gets a lot of dates.

New at BOP:
Share & Save
Digg Button  
What hath You Got Served wrought? Simple. Dance movies. Lots and lots of dance movies. Mostly empowering, always banal, but always dancing. And now, there is another one. After her sister’s death, our heroine, played by Nina Dobrev, pulls a reverse Fresh Prince and returns to her crime-ridden home after spending years in a posh private school. While there, she rekindles a passion for step dancing which is the only logical thing to do, if you really think about it.

The film was shot in Canada with mostly Canadian actors, but was directed by Ian Iqbal Rashid, who helmed the brilliant and underrated Touch of Pink; a film that showed everyone that Kyle MacLachlan can do a mean Cary Grant impression. With a director known for the ability of combining serious topics with humor, this might be a departure from the cheesy, heavy-handed dance movies of recent years.

In the last year, the dance movie genre can do no wrong and is rapidly becoming the guaranteed success that horror was until recently. However, like any one trick genre, no one knows its staying power. There is an excellent and hopeful chance that the populace won't be able to stomach this one alongside the flood of dance movie sequels (Stomp the Yard 2, Step Up 2, Save the Last Dance 2, Breakin’ 3: Seriously?, etc.) being released over the next few months.

DANCE MOVIE FUN FACT: If you log onto your MySpace page, go to the blog section, post a new blog and type “Inner Labia” into the “tell us what you’re watching listening, reading, watching” section, the 2001 Jessica Alba dance movie “Honey” pops up as an option. Hmmm… (Michael Hirsch/BOP)

Vital statistics for How She Move
Main Cast Tracey Armstrong, Cle Bennett, Nina Dobrey
Supporting Cast Romina D'Ugo, Kevin Duhaney, Shawn Fernandez, Brennan Gademans, Jason Harrow, Jai Jai Jones, Tristan D. Lalla, Daniel Morrison, Dwain Murphy, Mya, Rutina Wesley
Director Ian Iqbal Rashid
Screenwriter Annmarie Morais
Distributor Paramount Vantage
Talent in red has entry in The Big Picture



Need to contact us? E-mail a Box Office Prophet.
Saturday, October 19, 2019
© 2019 Box Office Prophets, a division of One Of Us, Inc.