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Razzle Dazzle: A Journey Into Dance (2007)

A man wants to make a difference in the world of dance.


Darren Ashton
8 nominations. See more awards »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Ben Miller ... Mr. Jonathon
Kerry Armstrong ... Justine Morgan
Shayni Notelovitz Shayni Notelovitz ... Tenille Morgan
Denise Roberts ... Barbara
Sheridan Rynne Sheridan Rynne ... Vanessa Deruvo
Kerry-Ann Thoo Kerry-Ann Thoo ... Millie Simpson
Anastasia Dolan Anastasia Dolan ... Katie Jasper
Lauren Elton Lauren Elton ... Leanne Finlay
Taylor Anthony Taylor Anthony ... Madison Thompson
Veronica Koprivnjak Veronica Koprivnjak ... Lorraine Horn
Becky Mamo Becky Mamo ... Emma Irwin
Samantha Hagen Samantha Hagen ... Courtney Matterson
Shayarne Matheson Shayarne Matheson ... Olivia Ashton
Ivy Negre Ivy Negre ... Danielle Clark
Caitlin Rawnsley Caitlin Rawnsley ... Jenny


A man wants to make a difference in the world of dance.

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Plot Keywords:

dance | sexy suit | sexy dance | razzle | See All (4) »


Who said saving the world can't be entertaining?


Comedy | Music | Musical

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for some thematic material and brief mild language | See all certifications »


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Release Date:

15 March 2007 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

Razzle Dazzle See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Wild Eddie See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


References Singin' in the Rain (1952) See more »


I Want What I Can't Have
Written by Tania Doko, Victoria Wu, and Paul Wiltshire
Performed by Tania Doko
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and a quick step out of cinemas
9 April 2007 | by ptb-8See all my reviews

Razzle dazzle is a very poor excuse for a trip to the cinema. in fact so lame even as a dance pic it tanked completely and struggled to find even a morning session in week three. The problem? well there is no movie; it is yet another 'mockumentary' a sort of hybrid Waiting For Guffman or A Mighty Wind and too late in the cycle of so-called funny fake documentaries. Also it insults the very audience it seeks to draw... kids in the suburban dance schools and their fanatical parents... this is the sort of misfire typical of many Australian so-called comedies: no market research, obvious characters and a compete waste of resources and expertise. The whole misguided Mr Jonathan's school of dance disasters is simply not funny and basically smacks of being created without any thought to how asinine it actually is. The ads and posters for RD clearly suggest a teenage Strictly Ballroom but there is no movie, just this wobblecam 'making-of' nonsense. With a strong cast completely wasted mocking stereotypes they hope will actually buy expensive $16.50 tickets each to see this in a Sydney cinema, Razzle dazzle misfires on every count. Only two things are of genuine interest: Kerry Armstrong's great body and the fantastic interior of the Crest Ballroom. The boring rest? NO.

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