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“Strictly Ballroom”

published 05/07/2006

AdvantagesClassic fairy story set to the outrageous backdrop of ballroom dancing

DisadvantagesCliched, trite, predictable.

...This perceptive and well-executed film still after nearly 15 years since its release comes over as one of the most original films I've ever watched. The storyline is nothing more than a re-working of a classic fairy tale of handsome princes and ugly frogs (or dance partners) and yet the magical retelling make this film the success it is. Scott Hastings is the ballroom dance prodigy who since...

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“Strictly Divine”

published 13/06/2001

Advantagesfunny, zany and fast paced love story

Disadvantagesa little bit too off the wall for some

...Not a musical as such, Strictly Ballroom combines all that makes a unknown success. It has a very good story, simple, to the point dialogue, great characters and a wealth of funny lines. The film tells the story of Scott Hastings, a fantastic ballroom dancer, coming from a family of ballroom dancers, and harbouring talents that are bound to win him countless trophies. His parents are very...

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AdvantagesGreat choreography, very well acted, good music

DisadvantagesUm...none, really!

...about two ballroom dancers. The first is Scott Hastings (Paul Mercurio). Scott's been dancing since he was six, and is a champion, just like his mum Shirley and his coach Les were. Everyone thinks that it's going to be his year - everyone expects him and his partner Liz to win the Pan Pacific Grand Prix. The other is Fran (Tara Morice). She's pretty clumsy and gawky, and you wouldn't expect her to...

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