Marilyn Hotchkiss Ballroom Dancing & Charm School2006
Marilyn Hotchkiss Ballroom Dancing & Charm School (2006)
Critic Consensus: Clumsily staged and brimming with melodrama and trite self-help cliches, this dance movie stays stuck at amateur level.
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as Frank Keane
as Meredith Morrison
as Marienne Hotchkiss
as Kip Kipling
as Randall Ipswitch
as Steve Mills
as Rafael Horowitz
as Lisa Gobar
as Gabe DiFranco
as Matthew Smith
as Marilyn Hotchkiss
as Sampson/Young Steve Mills
as Blake Rische
as Kate Collmary
as Young Lisa Gobar
as Tommy Tanksley
as Peter Jelliffe
as Kenny Dulin
as Miss Parkinson
as Ayisha Lebaron
as Evrin Sezgin
as Sally Ann
as Linda Sue
as Cameron McGee
as Sy Cranwinkle
as Mrs. Mills
as Mrs. Jelliffe
Critic Reviews for Marilyn Hotchkiss Ballroom Dancing & Charm School
Miller has all but smothered the charm right out of his Charm School.
The picture trivializes the characters, hinting at depths it can't depict, aiming at a profundity of feeling it can't begin to reach.
Beyond Wahlberg's deft moves, School's dancing is leaden, not charming, and the only challenge is enduring the film's lumbering progress until it finally clicks at the end.
Predictable and decidedly old-fashioned in its sensibility, the film is likely to win over audiences if not critics.
While it's at times too melodramatic and formulaic to be entirely successful, it still holds some appeal; its very amateurishness is what makes it charming.
Audience Reviews for Marilyn Hotchkiss Ballroom Dancing & Charm School
Totally cute and funny.
Great movie. Good story plot that follows a grieving baker who connects with a total stranger's story about ballroom dancing. Great cast. Definitely worthy.
Stars for having such a great cast. John Goodman plays a memorable character, and it has Ernie Hudson so you know you want some.
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