Take The Lead details
|Starring:||Yaya Da Costa, Alfre Woodard, Antonio Banderas, John Ortiz, Jenna Dewan, Lyriq Bent, Dianne Houston, Laura Be, Dante Basco, Rob Brown, Ray Liotta, Laura Benanti|
|Genres:||Drama - War, Music/Musical - Ballet/Dance|
|Studio:||ENTERTAINMENT IN VIDEO|
Take The Lead
|Run time:||1 hour 48 minutes|
|Rental release:||11 Sep 2006|
By Tom Charity from LOVEFiLM
A talented dancer offers ballroom lessons to troubled youths in this exciting, true story starring Antonio Banderas...
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Hot!By a customer from North London , 23 Apr 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]They just don't make good dance movies like this anymore! Antonio sizzled when he showed his students how it's done.
If you like Dirty Dancing, and great dance flicks, don't miss this one! From the actors, to the storyline and even the dancing was really good. (I did ballroom dancing for many years, so I can tell when an actor can pull it off. JLo/Richard Gere recently didn't, Antonio and his crew...definitely did!) This is one film that I can say the film was as good as, if not better than the trailer. Don't miss!
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Great Dance FilmBy GJKnight (5 reviews) from Reading , 26 Oct 2009I got this on DVD and then turned out to be on Sky too but I would watch this film over and over again!! Well recommended and some great moves!!!
ok film, i have seen betterBy a customer from suffolk,england , 12 Oct 2009not bad, i have seen better part from that ok
Take The LeadBy Dhillon007 (59 reviews) from Sandhurst , 01 Oct 2009Quite a nice story as its based on true events. Its worth a watch *=)
Star performanceBy motherwood (70 reviews) from Cambridge , 10 Sep 2009Thoroughly enjoyed this performance by Antonio B and his colleagues. Dancing superb and considering it was based on a true story made it all the more enjoyable.
Can recommend it to all dance and non dance fans alike.
Do you like dance?By Vdubbman (64 reviews) from Andover Hampshire , 19 Aug 2009Likeable dance-based drama with a comforting predictability. Banderas is, as always very watchable. A bit of a chick flick if I'm honest