Jordan, Imogen Poots Director: Tom Gormican Released: 31 January 2014 (U. Dates) Romantic comedy about three male friends (Efron, Teller, Jordan) in Manhattan who make a pact to remain single just as they start falling in love. Reviews (82% on Rotten Tomatoes) have called it endearing, energetic and thoughtful, with solid satire along the lines of ‘Clueless’.
Cue relationship talk and frat-friendly gross-out gags. Starring: Sasha Pieterse, Megan Mullally, Natasha Lyonne, Evanna Lynch Director: Darren Stein Released: 17 January 2014 When unassuming high-schooler Tanner is outed by his classmates, he finds himself cast as the hottest new teen-girl accessory: The Gay Best Friend. 18th – They Came Together Starring: Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, Ed Helms, Jack Mc Brayer Director: David Wain Released: 27 June 2014 Parody of rom-coms and their cliches.
Choreographed with flair and panache, the set-pieces incorporate the 3D technology decently enough by having dancers approach the camera with fast, whippy hand movements, however the depth of the stage was employed more successfully by its British counterpart Street Dance 3D.
Today we’re zoning in on all titles with a strong femme appeal, examining the biggest and best chick flicks of 2014 – either recent, new or coming soon.
Alyson-Sevani fait partit des rare source francophone sur Adam et Alyson.
Sometimes I get a little confused because with dancing I can express my emotions with my body.
If you've seen one break-dance flick, then let's be frank, you've seen them all.
The blue print is the same each and every time, lots of awesome dance sequences with gap-filling scenes of excruciating acting, non-existent plot and direlogue that wouldn't feel out of place in a Z-grade horror film.
With those standards in mind, the most effective entries into this genre do two very simple things: maximise the eye-boggling dance routines and minimise the yawn-inducing guff that fills the rest of the runtime.
Step Up 3D only gets half of the above equation right.