Living Life To conquer one’s fears, one must see past them. To fear is natural; to see past them is heroic. Fear is normal additive to life; symbolizing that there are new, sometimes extraordinary things to come, to face. To be able to see these things before they happen is a sign of wisdom. To see past them is a sign of leadership and boldness.
On the other hand, Nora comes from a high class family whose parents urge her to giving up oh her dreams of dancing and pursuing a career in law. When Tyler takes the blame for the destruction he caused fooling around in the school, he receives community service as a punishment. One day while he is completing his duty, he meets Nora. Sparks fly as she auditions him for the main role in her dance. The love interest in this movie makes it all the much better to watch.
The next day Pierre decides to go to the school’s Principal and let her know that he witnessed the crime, while at the school Pierre offers to teach the high school detention class how to ballroom dance, the principal agrees but does not think Pierre will last very long. This first part of the movie already shows how the students are not being giving the best school treatment, and that they are only acting out because of the environment that they are living in. After agreeing to teach the detention class, Pierre returns to the school at 3:00 pm to begin hi... ... middle of paper ... ...nte and Danjou who through dance are competing for Sasha. In this scene, for the first time, the camera angles fluxuate between low and high angles on the detention students showing that they have mastered the art form and or now respected for their skill. With these camera angles we are no longer looking down on them but up to them as they dance on a stage for an audience.
Billy became a dancer when he was in the boxing and had to stay behind because he wasn't hitting the bag properly. He then saw the Girls all dancing and the teacher asked him to join. She asked him if he was scared and wasn't bothered about the fact that he was a boy, and didn't think dancing was only for girls. When she corrects Billy for not doing something right, she doesn't look bothered that there is a boy learning to dance. She asks Billy if he's scared to come back again to Dance next week.
Some of the students booed Mr Bennett as he gave the mic back to the DJ, who turned the music up. But since KayDe, Kelley, and their friends had always danced that way to hip-hop music, they couldn't believe Mr. Bennett would carry out his threat—so they kept on freak-dancing. SCHOOL RULE On Monday morning, KayDe was at her school's career center when she noticed the weekly newsletter for the staff. "Freak dancing is ... obscene!"
Willie and Sam preoccupy themselves with dance as a method to divert their attention from the perpetual daily routine of waiting tables at St. George’s Tea Room. On the contrary, Hally sees dancing as a way to take his anger out on Sam and Hally. When He comes home and talks on the phone with his parents, Hally's attitude changes into a sour and angry mood. He gets rid of this anger by denigrating dancing, one of the only things that they have in the world. This is clearly shown when Hally calls ballroom dancing simple and mentally retarded.
After some run-in’s with her new friends at the resort; however, her parents start to see a new side of her. Baby secretly learns to dance so she can save a friend’s job. She eventually falls in love with her partner Johnny, which leads to him getting fired from the resort. At the end, during the farewell dinner, Johnny ends up surprising her and making her dance in front of everyone. Her parents see her new talent, and see how much she has grown-up.
Has little brother who is disabled. Darren- a 13 year old Afro-Caribbean boy preparing for SATS and also preparing for a dance show down at one of London’s biggest events. Pretends to be a ‘Rude Boy’ yet is incredibly smart and embarrassed to show his knowledge. Lies to his friends about SATS results yet they find out he was lying, he expects them to reject him yet is surprised when they congratulate him. He is one of the best dancers Rascals Academy has and his dance teacher has big plans for him, yet his parents do not agree with him taking dancing seriously.
Olive does her dance anyways as one of the main judge wants her off the stage. Her father protect her by dancing with her on stage also the family joins her on stage and dance too. However is this a hypocritical movie? Yes because it
It is assumed that s/he is an intelligent individual. What if intelligence fails? How can intelligence fail? “Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.” If we replace talent with intelligence, then this quote will answer the question to near perfection. In order to be successful, perseverance and passion must be present.