Synopsis: A school teacher finds herself learning to love dance in Love N’ Dancing.
Release Date: May 8, 2009 MPAA Rating: PG-13
Genre(s): Drama, Romance
Aside from the dance sequences, Love N’ Dancing is solely reliant on the chemistry between the two main characters, Jessica and Jake. The problem is the performance by Tom Malloy, as Jake, is without emotion or range. Amy Smart (Jessica) has much promise as she twists her way through romantic entanglements and learning to dance professionally but she can only do so much to save this romance from feeling forced and stale. There is just not enough of anything in Love N’ Dancing to keep you in the moment and to feel something is happening you want to experience.
If you are in the mood for music and dancing, Love N’ Dancing will satisfy. With a combination of competitive dancers and newbies, it provides for a much-needed dose of energy in the story.
Cast and Crew
- Director(s): Robert Iscove
- Screenwriter: Tom Malloy
- Cast: Amy Smart (Jessica Donovan), Tom Malloy (Jake Mitchell), Billy Zane (Kent Krandel), Caroline Rhea (Bonnie), Betty White (Irene)
- Other Crew: Frank Byers, Ben Woolverton, Rob Saduski
- Country Of Origin: USA