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I'm not really into kid's movies, or ones about dance, but coming across this one day on Foxtel, I had to see it again. The smartly done, Razzle Dazzle, mocks up the performance of dance. It comes across as very documentary, while also having some clever, uproariously comic moments, in between. The performances, especially, from the adults, the mums of the star kids, are very good indeed, even from Ms grown up (second hand rose) Jane Hall. Paul Mercurio even makes a guest appearance, as does Leo Sayer, near the end, while being a judge on the big dance competition, so many kiddies have trained hard for. We see an array of talent indeed. RD is real life, in this competitive industry, where we the kid's pitfalls, rejection, disappointment, envy, and those premadonna types, that literally get on my goose. For Mums or kids involved in dance, this is a most treasured watch. I guarantee, you'll love it.
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