This film wasn't bad, nor good. For me it was pretty average. A lot of the film included Scary Movie laughs involving silly plot lines including spoofing Teen Wolf, Sixteen Candles, and Dirty Dancing among others. This movie revolves around Charlie, a teen from another city who moves to a town in California where dancing is banned and the people are complete idiots. Adjusting to the change with him, his sister Lori (Dominique Swain) falls in love with a janitor (Chris Kattan) who happened to be the dance instructor of the school until dancing was banned. Lori's relationship with the janitor gets more heated after going to Gabriel's dance studio which is a kept secret from the town. The ban on dancing makes angst-full Lori furious of the dancing ban and plans with Gabriel to do a show at a decathlon where Charlie, with the help of his mentor, the gay Mr. Yamagashi (James Hong), will hopefully win after he makes a blindsided deal with the school bully, Kip (Joey Kern) that if he lost, he would move out and that Kip could kick his butt as much as he wanted. Along for the wild ride is Charlie's platonic best friend, Billie (Nicki Clyne) who has a secret crush on him, but can't seem to tell him. Also Kip's girlfriend, Kimberly (Brittany Daniel), who plays Charlie's love interest, does a pretty good job at using Charlie when he's at his weakest. This movie i had to admit was quite funny. Okay, hilarious! Although not as good as i thought it was going to be, the cast does the best they can to make the plot and stories fun to watch. I recommend this to all of you guys that just like to have fun and like to see stupid people do stupid things.
A spoof of typical 1980's teen movies. The idea is that VH1 found a "long-lost", never-released teen film made in the 1980's and decided to air it now in 2006; thus it is loaded with the ...
May 12, 2020