Chesler/Perlmutter Productions,

Andrew McCarthy, Michelle Nolden, Stephanie Mills, Mary Long, Zachary Bennett, Chris Gillett, Jane Moffat, Kyle Mac

Jack (Andrew McCarthy is an executive in a financial firm, and wants to impress his girlfirend’s father who owns the firm in the hope of a big promotion. He decides to take dancing lessons in order to impress him at the Christmas Party, but in his rush to learn the waltz, sparks begin to fly between Jack and the dance instructor Christine (Michelle Nolden) which completely fouls up the works!

I have to say that six minutes in this film lost me. I tried hard to get back into it, but I just couldn’t get interested. I’m not sure why it just did not click, and it could be me, but I was bored, bored, bored. The chemistry wasn’t there with either girl. The whole premise stuck me as dumb, and I can’t imagine a guy who thinks he should get a big promotion because he learned how to count to 3 over and over again. Now, I do not automatically hate chick flicks. In fact, anyone who follows Ed’s Review knows that I have a soft spot a mile wide. But for some reason, this movie just did not make it for me. Now I’ll give you that sometimes it depends on your mood at the time. I can buy that, but I just finished watching a very warm and touching film that I really enjoyed. Then a few hours later watching this one, I just sort of zoned out on it. I heard every word, but didn’t process a lot of it, cause I just didn’t care. The biggest complaints I have is that the story didn’t grab me, the chemistry wasn’t there, and the performances didn’t make me care about the characters. So I would be happy to have skipped this one I’m afraid

EdG – EdsReview Dot Com – A Movie Review Blog



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