16-year-old Kelly quits an elite gymnastics program in America and moves to Australia. To help out a new friend and show up an old rival , because a girl tore her ACL. Kelly re-enters ... See full summary »
When a seventeen-year old aspiring dancer is uprooted mid-semester of her senior year, she finds herself in a small East Coast high school where her heart will be divided between two boys, ... See full summary »
A young lady, who recently lost her mother, faces the challenges of high school and her very strict step-father. Through personal growth, and an amazing dedication to dance, she learns to find the peace and happiness of family.
Jessica Darling's older sister gives her the "IT List," a checklist on how to navigate the middle school popularity hierarchy. The instructions appear simple enough to follow, but like life, nothing is as easy as it seems.
Suitable for children & family viewing, positive moral story line
I happened to catch this movie on a Christian TV channel recently. Although there is no overt religious messaging, the movie has a positive, moral story line and is 'clean' (no sex, violence), making it suitable for kids and for adults who are tired of skin, guts, and gore. Some reviewers may consider the movie 'milquetoast', but I considered it a pleasant respite from the worldly messaging too often promoted in TV, music, and movies today. I intend to purchase this as a Christmas gift for my granddaughter who is a gymnast.
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