This is the Review of Feel the Beat. Feel the Beat (2020) – Review, Recap, Ending, Summary. Main Stars: Sofia Carson. It is Released on 19 June 2020. It is directed by Elissa Down.
You want to check it out that’s what happened with the Netflix original movie feel the beat starting Sophia Carson an aspiring Broadway dancer finds herself back in her hometown working with a bunch of misfit child dancers so please like my summary. Who has hopes of winning an upcoming dance competition? This is a great review to check out and like the summary.
Let’s just get this out of the way upfront this is definitely a rehash of a lot of other movies it’s an underdog story so it’s really easy to draw comparisons to the Mighty Ducks or the little Giants or even pitch-perfect basically any movie where you have a talented but unwilling coach.
Who has to get the team to realize their hidden greatness all the while learning a good character lesson about themselves and for added fun you throw in a little bit of romantic tension between the coach and their lost love after saying all that you probably think that You gonna like the summary. I absolutely hated this movie for bringing zero newnesses to the screen Sophia Carson is stuck-up and mean through a lot of it.
If she’s pretty likable throughout the entire thing or through most of it then there’s not a character arc that we even have to work through or that she has to work through there’s no challenge we’re just watching somebody kind of work with a bunch of misfits and then is that fun well maybe the kids are all quirky in their own rights.
They have some type of hidden talent or skill even if that happens to be a love ability this was cheesy and like the summary. There’s no glossing over that most of it is set in a small Wisconsin town where the town’s folk are either silent or they’re bumpkins but in spite of that you still get a little bit of that small-town charm not all of the town’s folk or bumpkins or even silent son most of them are though.
They’re just portrayed from afar but the parents of the kids you get to see a little bit of quirkiness in their there it’s not the big focus by any means of it but it does add a little bit of humor a little bit of charm a little bit of just niceness and smiles to the overall feeling at times the dialogue is cringe-worthy acting is stiff and parts of the relationships are crazily under.
It does have some feel-good charm to it Cuz It is a good review for you. That’s what I love about those movies that I listed earlier they’re just all about the underdog the show that people can rise up despite their circumstances and that people can change even if they were despicable, to begin with, is everyone gonna like this I highly doubt it I mean honestly it’s not a very good movie but it made me feel happy at the end.
It provided an upbeat joy as the credits rolled I had fun with it as it went along despite all of the negatives that I can throw at it it still left me with an upbeat positive feeling this is certainly a casual watch I mean it’s not something to rush towards and you can even watch it.
You’re surfing through your phone or your laptop but if you are looking for something that’s fairly happy at least in the way that it concludes and it’s got a cuteness to it then you might want to check it out at some point there’s no sex nudity profanity or violence so thanks for watching this review.
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They're just portrayed from afar but the parents of the kids you get to see a little bit of quirkiness in their there it's not the big focus by any means of it but it does add a little bit of humor a little bit of charm a little bit of just niceness and smiles to the overall feeling at times the dialogue is cringe-worthy acting is stiff and parts of the relationships are crazily under.