Shall We Dance


Action / Comedy / Drama / Music / Romance

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Susan Sarandon Photo
Susan Sarandon as Beverly Clark
Lisa Ann Walter Photo
Lisa Ann Walter as Bobbie
Stanley Tucci Photo
Stanley Tucci as Link
Richard Gere Photo
Richard Gere as John Clark
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701.22 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 46 min
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1.40 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 46 min
P/S 1 / 5

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by tabuno8 / 10

A Funny, Straight Romantic Comedy

18 October 2004. This much funnier version of Shall We Dance, is a delicious, romantic comedy that doesn't require magical, unbelievable script devices to make this movie work. This movie is compelling for those who believe in second chances and first chances for those who have never taken chances. This movie comes at a good time in American life when our lifestyles are such that we may be coming to that age that for everything we have, we still are empty. I don't imagine that this movie will dazzle any male ego and will probably be restricted to females who can only wish their partners might somehow be so interested. A good date movie for the emotionally sensitive and artistically inclined. This new version based on the Japanese original explores the comic motif well, doesn't take a lot of liberties on the sexual romance angle that so often befalls American movies, and ends up with a definitely American tie off but with a much more realistic and hopefully plausible note than most gushy romance movies. Eight out of Ten Stars.

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird7 / 10

Lovely to watch and charming.

Shall We Dance is a charming movie, and not as bad as some critics make it out to be. The dance routines and the dresses are wondrous, and Richard Gere makes an appealing lead as he usually does. Susan Sarandon is also excellent. Jennifer Lopez looked miserable at times, but I can't help admitting what a lovely woman she is. Shall We Dance is well photographed, has a nice idea, and will certainly appeal to those who like romantic comedies and dancing. The script is good, a little patchy in places but not too bad, it is a tad predictable, and the direction if a little leisurely was assured on the most part. This film, despite the flaws is an appealing film, and I will definitely watch it again given the choice. 7/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle6 / 10

Light Charming Little Movie

John Clark (Richard Gere) lives a life of quiet desperation. Coming home on the commuter train, he sees beautiful Paulina (Jennifer Lopez) in the window of a dance studio. He gets off the train to take dancing lessons. His teacher turns out to be the older Miss Mitzi, and he falls in love with the dancing. His wife Beverly (Susan Sarandon) gets suspicious and hires Devine (Richard Jenkins) to investigate.

Richard Gere is too suave for the role. I think he should be a meek office drone. He should at least be somebody more adept at comedy. Stanley Tucci is insanely hilarious as one of the students. That's the tone that the movie needs more of. I love that Hollywood didn't try to force Gere and Lopez into a romance. As it stands, it's a light charming little movie with big star names.

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