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  • This movie is utter rubbish, I can not believe that I sat through this crap right through to the very end

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      This sequel to the block buster original simply called ‘Dirty Dancing’ is basically the same movie but instead of it being staged in the United States of America, it was staged in Cuba. A young girl from a well off family goes to a retreat and falls for the local waiter who is

      also a club dancer. They try to keep the romance a secret from all parties involved, more so of the family of the young girl. Both dancers having previous dancing skills, but where one was of American ballroom dancing, the other is from the Cuban style of dirty dancing, thus the name of ...

      • the movie. To add more passion to their romance and dancing, this movie was staged in the time of the Cuban Revolution, and this can not be good for the Americans staying there, so as news of the uprising occurs in Cuba, they are forced to pack up and head back home. The
        two dancers have themselves a night to remember before the young girl leaves Cuba, one that they will always cherish and hopefully be the beacon that leads them back to each other one day. BLAH!! This movie is utter rubbish, I can not believe that I sat through this crap right through to the very end.




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