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Shall We Dance? (15-Oct-2004)

Director: Peter Chelsom

Writer: Audrey Wells

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bobby Cannavale
Actor
3-May-1971   Vince D'Angelo on Will & Grace
Nick Cannon
Actor
8-Oct-1980   Drumline
Richard Gere
Actor
31-Aug-1949   American Gigolo
Anita Gillette
Actor
16-Aug-1936   Dr. Emily Hanover on Quincy
Richard Jenkins
Actor
2-Dec-1953   Six Feet Under
Jennifer Lopez
Singer
24-Jul-1969   Maid in Manhattan
Mya
Musician
10-Oct-1978   My Love Is Like...Wo
Ja Rule
Rapper
29-Feb-1976   Holla Holla
Susan Sarandon
Actor
4-Oct-1946   Louise in Thelma and Louise
Stanley Tucci
Actor
11-Jan-1960   Joe Gould's Secret

REVIEWS

Review by Frank (posted on 27-Feb-2005)

First, Jlo is an excellent singer and good to above averge actor. As to her assets, they are large and many. You and most critics are too harsh on her.

The movie was fun and humorous to watch. It had no dirty words, no nude or bloody, gory scenes. Wow! It was just a simple, enjoyable escapism type film about a married man who sought an escapism venture. It ended happily! Wow!! And, the main character, Gere, professed his undying love for his spouse, Susan S., who, as many wives do when they have children and a career, places her spouse and his needs number 20 on a list where three... two children and work... are one, two and three in that order. Numbers 4-19 are anything related to the top three priorities.

While most may think it to be a "chick flick", it really is a man's fantasy, albiet a clean one.


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