Dirty Dancing 2: Havana Nights Movie Review

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Review:

This movie is a bit of a mess, but it scrapes by on the charisma of its two young leads. The plot tries mostly unsuccessfully to combine a fluffy, feel-good story about a girl gaining self-confidence through dance with the more serious backdrop of political and social revolution in Cuba, and relies too heavily on formula with both plots.Additionally, the dialogue is mediocre to outright cringe-inducing.

However, Romola Garai and Diego Luna are charming and manage to sell the partnership and budding romance of their characters. Patrick Swayze also makes a brief but enjoyable appearance as a dance instructor. The dance scenes are enjoyable to watch, although some of the extras have noticeably more skill than Luna and Garai.

My rating:3.5 Stars (3.5 / 5)

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