"Dance Flick" is a hilarious new comedy that brings together the talents of two generations of the Wayans family, the explosively funny clan who brought us the "Scary Movie" franchise and "White Chicks", as well as the groundbreaking TV series "In Living Color."
In "Dance Flick," a young street dancer, Thomas Uncles (Damon Wayans, Jr.), from the wrong side of the tracks and a beautiful young woman, Megan White (Shoshana Bush), are brought together by their passion for dancing and put to the test in the mother of all dance battles. "Dance Flick" sends up the dance movie gen... re, including such recent hits as "Step Up" and "You Got Served", as well as the classic "Flashdance".
Peter Debruge In perhaps the surest sign the teen hot-to-trot pic is played out, the Wayans brothers' Dance Flick takes on such easy targets as High School Musical and Step Up, films that don't take themselves seriously enough to suffer from such mockery in the first place. This slapstick and scatological spoof settles for obvious punchlines, delivering just enough laughs to justify its existence without coming anywhere near the bar set by Scary Movie. The clumsy result is what the teen target aud might call a "dance fail," with lower returns in store than either dance films or Wayans pics typically enjoy. As the five credited Wayans writers are clever enough to recognize, the dance...
Glenn Whipp After flashing a dismal move that would make Dancing With the Stars judge Len Goodman weep uncontrollably, the emcee in the Wayans brothers' latest parody, Dance Flick, holds his nose and proclaims, "That's not just bad. That's everything-on-the-CW bad."
What the character should have said was that the intentionally bad dancing was way worse (which is to say, funnier) than just about any of the sorry sketches found in the proliferation of parody movies that arrived after the Wayans' deadly funny Scary Movie back in 2000.
The Wayans had nothing to do with those fatigued exercises in tedium (Date Movie, Epic Movie, etc.), but the assumption remains that they did,...
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