There's great chemistry between the leads, great pop and hip-hop music selection, and a deft handling of mature themes among young adults that the film works hard to depict as ethical, driven, and ambitious, but still young enough to make mistakes. Jody hat das große Los gezogen. With a turn in a cutting-edge hip-hop club and the help of a handsome former hockey player-turned-dancer, she may yet manage to make her dreams come true. Written by This movie would have been better left as an un-shelved idea. The acting ability was flawed in a couple of instances but we are talking about people who more than likely have dancing as their first love and profession and acting as an add on so please! Bella Parker Muñoz , who has always lived in the shadow of her hugely successful sister Kate, finally gets her chance to step into the limelight as one of the dancers recruited for the camp. Kate Parker is a self-taught ballerina who dreams of the big time.
Cast Cast overview, first billed only:. It's time to put this horse out of its misery. Parents need to know That Center Stage: Turn it Up is a sequel to the teen-targeted dance romance. The actors were horrid, the script was cringe worthy and the story line was beyond ridiculous. Adults are a mixed bag in terms of role models, but realistic -- some are self-serving and arrogant, others are open-minded and compassionate. They also kiss frequently, and in two scenes there is implied intercourse -- one, when they are dancing together, then shown following one another into the bedroom.
There will be people that will disagree but if you are looking for a light hearted feel good film to watch with plenty of dancing, give this one a go. But when her audition doesn't go as planned, she has to rethink her strategy and what it means to make it, including her relationship with the intriguing academy dancer Tommy. That said, it romanticizes big city living and ambition to a fault, and parents should be prepared to temper the movie's ending with a realistic discussion of the real odds of an untrained ballerina snagging a lead at a prestigious Broadway show with no formal training. It's also often set against the backdrop of a nightclub, though it shows no underage or even indulgent drinking. It shows rivals and conflicts realistically, and, a plus for girls, especially, shows a headstrong, talented and working class woman who eschews the typical distractions of young adulthood drinking, boys, loafing to focus on her art.
Peter Gallagher, Kenny Wormald, Ethan Stiefel and a cast of hot, up-and-coming stars rock to a new beat in this unmissable sensation! Valerie Taft as Jacqueline Steuart. The sequel involves fierce competition at a ballet academy, and tackles dating conflict, implied sex between consenting adults, frequent kissing and romantic overtones, nightlife, and some sensuality and suggestiveness, particularly in the dance routines. In Center Stage: On Pointe, Jonathan Reeves Gallagher is tasked with infusing more contemporary styles and modernism into the American Ballet Academy, and enlists his his top choreographers Charlie Radetsky , Cooper Stiefel and Tommy Wormald to recruit dancers to compete at a camp where the winners will be selected to join the Academy. I showed this movie to so many of my friends and family that love dance movies and just a feel good film, they all said how good this movie was. Tanzfilm um ein junges Mädchen, das ein Stipendium für eine renommierte New Yorker Ballettschule gewinnt.
All Kate Parker has ever wanted to do was perform with the American Ballet Academy. Do you feel driven toward a goal? What is drive, and how do these characters show it? What are the odds that someone with no formal training could land the role in a prestigious Broadway ballet in New York City? Doch auf dem Weg zur gefeierten Ballerina muss Jody auch einige herbe Enttäuschungen einstecken. When she heads to New York City, she sets her sights on dancing at the prestigious Ballet Academy. Sie gehört zu jenen zwölf weltbesten Nachwuchstänzern, die ein Stipendium an der berühmten American Ballet Academy zugesprochen bekommen haben. Later, a shot has them in bed only the male shirtless eating ice cream, presumably after sleeping together.
The main couple often dances together in sensual or suggestive ways. When I first watched it. The dancing is spectacular by the main character Kate. A group of 12 teenagers from various backgrounds enroll at the American Ballet Academy in New York to make it as ballet dancers and each one deals with the problems and stress of training and getting ahead in the world of dance. The young adults in the film are extremely ambitious and devoted to their craft. Nun schwebt sie auf Wolke Sieben, vergießt tagsüber mit eiserner Disziplin im Probesaal ihren Schweiß und genießt abends das Nachtleben Manhattans.
Von Stroh as Keith Gordey. They eschew having fun, drinking, even distracting relationships if it gets in the way of their art. . She is absolutely gorgeous, sexy and really knows how to dance. I like this film more than the first, I've gotta say. I'm a huge fan of the first Center Stage and tolerated the previous sequels but this sequel did no justice to the good name.
It offers a wealth of positive messages about hard work and ambition and personal responsibility, and shows young adults behaving responsibly in spite of the temptations of night life, but its mature themes and romanticizing of city life make it best for older kids. Und auch die erste Liebe in Gestalt des Startänzers Cooper Nielsen lässt nicht lange auf sich warten. But for kids aiming to make it as artists, it offers a lot of strong messages about the challenges of competing against the best, as opposed to being really good where you're from. For girls and boys, there are good representations of hardworking young adults to model, in spite of the many distractions of the big city. In another scene, they wake up together.
I was hooked on every scene. But when she doesn't get in, she learns that it takes more than just natural talent to succeed in the dance world. There is brief strong language. » I can't believe how underrated this film is and how critical some have been about this film. Chloe Lukasiak plays Gwen, a talented dance prodigy who competes at the camp.