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Tag Archives: dance movie
By laird sapir :: Published May 14, 2012
Today, I am excited to hand my blog over to the inimitable Sara Walpert Foster ( the first ever winner of the Wikirandom Writers Challenge and the author of the most blushworthy chapter thus far of “The Octopus Knows“). If you haven’t checked out her blog yet, you really really should. You won’t be disappointed.…Read the Rest
By laird sapir :: Published April 30, 2012
I think I’ve mentioned before that I love bad dance movies. But the preview for “The FP” leaves even me speechless (mainly because I am laughing so hard I can barely breathe.) This is either an elaborate joke that somehow found the funding to become a movie, the worst screenplay ever given the green light…Read the Rest
By laird sapir :: Published January 23, 2012
One of my favorite pastimes is watching bad movies which culminate in overly consequential competitions, especially when the movie can tie up all of its loose ends in one final Footloosian dance-sequence. I am a sucker for these cinematic gems. Step Up? check. Drumline? check. Footloose? Obviously. Recently, I was reminded of the best that this genre…Read the Rest