Turn the Beat Around

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  • PG
  • 2010
  • 1 hr 28 min
  • 5.0  (392)

Turn the Beat Around is an energetic film from 2010 that explores the world of professional dance and the struggles and joys experienced by those who try to make a career out of it. The movie is directed by Bradley Walsh and stars Romina D'Ugo as Zoe, a talented young dancer who dreams of one day becoming a professional choreographer.

Zoe is the kind of person who never stops moving. She's always dancing, always searching for new music to inspire her, and always pushing herself to be better. Despite her passion, she struggles to find work in the dance industry and starts to lose hope. All of that changes when she gets a job as a bartending at a nightclub called The Revolution, where she gets to be surrounded by the music and dance she loves.

At this point in her life, Zoe is plugged into the underground scene of local DJs and club promoters who are always on the hunt for the hottest new sound. She finds herself drawn to one in particular named Michael (Adam Brooks), who ends up being the owner of The Revolution. Michael is a smooth-talking businessman who is always looking for ways to generate buzz and hype around his club.

Zoe is inspired by Michael and his club, and starts to meet more people in the dance scene. She becomes close with her bossess's assistant, Malika (Brooklyn Sudano), who is also a dancer and encourages Zoe to pursue her dream. Zoe gets a chance to create a show for The Revolution’s annual anniversary and recruits a group of dancers to participate.

David Giuntoli plays Noah, Zoe's love interest and one of the dancers in the show. Noah is quiet and reserved, but is an impressive dancer. He and Zoe have instant chemistry and soon they find themselves falling for each other. The relationship is not without its difficulties, as Noah's ex-girlfriend is also involved in the same show.

As the big night of the show approaches, Zoe and her crew prepare to wow the crowd with their performance. The show is a hit, but not all goes well as the ex-girlfriend starts drama onstage. Zoe must deal with this crisis while keeping her focus on her ultimate goal of becoming a choreographer.

Turn the Beat Around is a vibrant and fast-paced movie that captures the excitement of the dance world. It explores the challenges faced by dancers who want to make a living from their art, and the importance of finding your own unique voice. The film uses music as a motivational force, and its infectious beats will leave you wanting more.

Romina D’Ugo is impressive as Zoe, bringing a sense of authenticity to her role as a struggling artist. Her passion for dance and her determination to succeed is infectious, making it easy to root for her character from beginning to end. Giuntoli is equally strong in his role as Noah, bringing a quiet intensity to the screen that makes his scenes with D’Ugo all the more captivating.

The movie balances drama, romance, and music seamlessly, making for a fun and entertaining experience that has something for everyone. It’s a great testament to the power of dance, and to the unbreakable spirit of those who make it their life’s work.

Turn the Beat Around is a 2010 drama with a runtime of 1 hour and 28 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.0.

Turn the Beat Around
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    5.0  (392)