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This film tells the story of two dancers who dance their way to their dreams despite the adverse circumstances around them.
I have not heard about this film before watching it, but I was blown away by the whole experience. First, I was impressed by the diversity of the cast. Asians have always been underrepresented in American films, and "Make Your Move" gives the scene a refreshing change. The dance scenes are consistently impressive, energetic and vibrant, delivering a wow factor like no other dance film I have watched.
The two leading characters are charming and beautiful. They do look like a couple! BoA is really beautiful, and she can really dance. "Make Your Move"well consolidate her superstar status in Asia, and hopefully break her into the Western market.
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