Doing a parody flick is one of the hardest attempts to pull off successfully. For every one like Airplane! and Young Frankenstein, there are dozens like Epic Movie and Dracula Dead and Loving It. What looks funny on the printed page seldom works when put in front of the cameras. And with that said, comes the latest parody Dance Flick.
And like most of these films, it is a very mixed bag.
The film opens with a dance sequence and the first two jokes are an extended whiz stunt and a 'head up the butt' visual. If you are ready and willing to for more, read on.
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