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Plot: Sara wants to be a ballerina, but her dreams are cut short by the sudden death of her mother. She moves in with her father, who she has not seen for a long time. He lives on the other side of town, in a predominantly Black neighborhood. She gets transferred to a new school where she is one of the… Runtime: 112 min Release Date: 30 Mar 2001
A very touching story, with some good points (by stefaffi)
I really wanted to see this movie, I like Julia Stiles in her other movies Down to You, 10 Things I Hate About You and think that she is a very talented actress. I was not disappointed.As for this movie... I am very impressed. I feel that Julia portrayed very real emotion and reactions to losing her mother, and placing the blame for losing her mother firmly on herself is the reaction that most people would have in that circumstance. The train scene in the beginning sets a very good foundation for the rest of the movie, and it goes from there. To those who would say that her acting is <more>
overdone, I say put yourself in those shoes: you've lost your Mom, best friend, confidante, and the foundation your entire world rests on, and think how it would affect you.There are some parts of the movie that are slightly cliched.. dancing as she walks under the L - we saw Jennifer Grey dance her way up a flight of stairs in "Dirty Dancing" - but then again, not much in life hasn't been done before, so I don't count that against it. Even Nikki is a believable character - I know there were quite a few like her when I was in high school! While it seems improbable that Sara would instantly fit in with her new crowd, it is made believable by Stile's portrayal of Sara as a slightly self-conscious, but not shy person, who will take a person at face value while still believing in the inherent good of people in general. The match with Derek is natural, since they share these traits.There are a few unbelievable parts - the empty studio complete with barre that she practices in with Derek, Steps, Sarah offering to walk the 5 blocks home alone, Sara dancing ballet not that she didn't dance well, just that Stiles body is not standard for classical ballet but all in all, I feel that this is a very touching movie, and would recommend it to everyone female, even my Grandmother the language may be shocking, but she was in the Army, I know she's heard worse :
wow thats all i can say- This to me is the best film that Julia stiles has been in- well and 10 thing i hate about you. THe music in it is great and how many times you watch it never gets boring. It has the best cast and it works very well.This is suited to the people who like hip hop music and can relate to the characters. which is about nearly everything. spoilers aheadThe film is about a girl who is really into ballet but she stops when her mum tragically dies in a car accident.She moves in with her dad in a black neighbourhood with lots of crimes going round.She falls in love with Derek <more>
and he teachers her how to dance in their style. It is an excellent film.
impressive movie, great sound track, enjoyed it (by paul_j_williams)
After a long wait for this movie to open in the UK I was amazed at the depth of the films plot, the story was as real as it could be, characters were well rounded and excellently acted by a cast I have mostly never heard of, the exception to that is Julia Stiles who I had seen in 10 things I hate about you. Her acting has improved between the two pictures.The director managed to make the film very atmospheric and you could actually feel the tension building between Malakai and Derek.The subject and the story is as old as the hills but has been told in a very ingenious and current way.Great <more>
Should be called: Saved for the second white girl (by Wisesoldierthe6)
Great 2 hour movie that went by really fast because the movie was entertaining. I've seen this movie as a child but as an adult this movie makes more sense.The acting is great except the lead girl feels wooden while trying to hard to adjust to a new world. Lead girl also display's she can't really dance at all.Big props to Fredo he always plays a great intimidating gangster thug in every movie he is in.The lead male does an outstanding job as a character and as an actor.The movie was mainly about interracial dating with dancing bridging the gap to love.I recommend this move to <more>
people who are looking for romance movies that aren't dry and dull.
Great film for teens and anyone who knows a teen. (by jlmkinkead)
My fourteen-year-old daughter and her friends went to see Save the Last Dance. They all thought it was great. Shelby said' Mama you must see this movie'. I took my 65 year old, educated, upper class, southern, WASP Mother to the movie, we laughed and cried for hours. Interesting story, wonderful group of new talent The whole film is well cast,Sara is excellently portrayed by Julia Stiles, and Derek by Sean Patrick Thomas. Wonderful acting by these two, a fun sense of humor, and a strong chemistry, that made Sara and Derek so believable.Julia is obviously very talented and will do <more>
well. Sean also seems very talented a beautiful smile and a twinkle in his eye. They both seem to be very comfortable in their own skin. These two main charactors are good role models for teens, because they are color blind and look for the best in everyone and are focused on the long run and academics.
this was an excellent film.. the best hip hop film of all time definitely.. a feel good film which will have you totally glued to the screen from start to finish. Julia Stiles 10 things i hate about you and Sean Patrick Thomas Barbershop worked so well in this movie creating great chemistry and doing the script great justice. I was pleasantly surprised by the actual script, the dance industry was portrayed in a realistic light and it showed racial issues which people are faced with still but also the streets and violience, choosing whether or not to make the right decision - binary <more>
opposition. Its one to watch on a great night in which will make you laugh and cry at the same time!!
This made me want to dance, I thought that Julia Stiles and Sean Patrick Thomas had excellent chemistry and excellent moves. There were some stereotypes however involved, but nothing extreme that you could just sit there and point them out. I loved the music and I thought the clothes were kewl
A Pleasant Surprise (by MissCzarChasm)
Promos for Save the last Dance have been running for quite a while now and everytime i would see one i would go. "i have to see this movie", but naother part of me was going "but what if this is just another teen film". I went with my initial instinct and saw the movie and i'm glad i did. This film is so much more than just a teen film. in fact i saw a lot of adults in the audience when i saw it. Save the Last Dance really makes you think about some of the issues that are addressed in the film.The plot revolves around Sara Johnson Julia Stiles who moves to a very bad <more>
part of Chicago with her dad after her mom is killed in a car accident. her mom is killed during this accident while trying to rush to see sara try out for Julliard. Sara is so heart borken by this event that she holds off on dance. When she arrives to chicago she attends a mostly black highschool and has to learn to fit in. She meets Chenille Kerry Washington who shows her the ropes and how to get around in school. She also meets her brother Derek Sean Patrick Thomas who had a shaddy past but now has dreams of going to georgetown and becoming a doctor. Soon they all begin to hang out and go to this hip hop club called steps. Soon derek is showing sara how to dance like them and she picks up on it pretty quickly. soon they meet afterschool and practice and he learns that she once did ballet and that passion for dance soon turns into a romance for the both of them. problems arise when this interacial pairing is put to the test on many occasions.The acting by everyone is pretty good but it's the chemistry of the 2 leads that carry the film. Julia Stiles is a very talented actress who is really breaking out in the industry and i hope more adult work comes her way that will trully test her talent. Sean Patrick Thomas is also good as Derek. he has a very low key charisma and fascinating screen prescence. when these 2 are together however the film becomes so much better because their chemistry is so strong that you honestly want them to be together. The Acting by the supporting cast, especially fredro starr and Kerry Washington is also good.The music and Dancing are a real highlight. the hip hop scenes are very fun and energetic and one of the best aspects of the film. also the scenes where derek is tryng to teach sara how to dance is when the film is at its best..I really recommend this film because it was very enjoyable and shouldn't be written off as just naother teen flick. check it out. B+
Dancing can be defined as movements done in accordance with an accompanying sound or music. Still, dancing is a limitless universal language. Being able to relate and connect to a movie requires not only a good script but a rational way to put film right into the watchers' hearts. In the movie "Save the Last Dance", literary, theatric, and cinematic techniques combine to enhance the message and understanding of the movie. Set in the city of Chicago the main character, Sara, embarks on a journey in a world completely different from the one she knew, getting back to who she is by <more>
overcoming hardship. She gives up dancing after her mother dies in a hurry to make it to Sarah's Julliard audition. The new school Sara attends is gritty and underprivileged emphasizing its inner city features. Another set is Sara's father's house, which she has to move too. It is decrepit and greatly contrasts to her previous sheltered and secure life. The tone is the story is sad and cathartic. The theme indulges in this tone because it is about following dreams and overcoming adversity. One grows to credit and trust Sara, allowing one to agree with Sara's judgments or views of others. The hip-hop club that Sara and her new friends always flee to clearly foreshadows the return to her passion for Ballet. One of the prime symbols is falling during a dance. Each time Sara falls during a dance piece a significant event occurs. As Sara dances her mother dies. As Sara trips, her anger overwhelms her dream. When Sara finally masters her dance the fact that she does not fall is significant to her growth not only as a dancer but as a person. One first meets Sara in dark clothes, which reflects her inner isolation. Also, her simple clothes suggest her "simple" lifestyle and detachment from the hard lives others live. The boys in the gritty inner city school are recognizable in their over-sized coats and baggy pants. The girls wear "bling" and flashy pants. When another troublemaker of the story enters, her makeup and clothing is dark. The acting itself it realistic and not overdone. When students share their stories about their hardships, their expressions and sometimes tears seem genuine. Costumes are kept modern for realistic purposes. Props are used minimally in this story, which reinforces the focus on the lives of the kids, thus not distracting the viewer from the messages. It is the cinematic elements that make the movie unique. Opening with eye-level angles and close ups on Sara's face, one meets Sara as she goes through a transition from security to estrangement. Dark and wintery lighting give the effect of sadness, guilt, and apprehension. The movie opens with dark blues, greys, and whites. As flashbacks of happiness occur, one notices the transition from dark to bright clothes and brighter lighting. To show where a character stands in comparison to his or her environment, medium and long shots are used often. The camera moves in a long shot when the movie watcher meets Derek, the future lover and guide to Sara. This definitely makes him stand out and highlights his interest in intelligence in contrast to his classmates. Long shots are used when one meets most of the other characters, including Malakai, the antagonist of the story. Importantly, music is greatly and effectively used. The music plays when there is sadness. Piano solos and string symphony cue when Sara is reminiscing. The music undoubtedly carries the story. It emphasizes sadness, strength, moving forward, and guilt. One major chord can pull a heartstring and such riffs and pitches effectively enhance the emotion.