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 ...
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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 »
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.
Teenage model Cora (played by Disney star Debby Ryan) is the daughter of the head of a major modelling agency and has always worked hard to live up to the expectations of her mother (... 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.
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 competitive gymnastics, she'll have to find a way to move forward while also making amends with her past.Written by
When Kelly (Kelli Berglund) checks her account on "The Gymnast" website, one of the names that appears on her friend list is Clay Glen who is actually the director of the movie. See more »
It is mentioned that Jess needs to go well on the team in the hope of gaining a scholarship so that she may go to university. Australian citizens are entitled to a low interest loan from the Federal government to attend university. This loan is payable once graduates earn over a certain amount amount annually. See more »
Entertaining movie that needed to show more of these talented girls
It was an entertaining movie, but was very disappointed that I didn't really get to see any of the routines. The camera angles only showed the hands or the feet, or a ceiling camera for the floor routines, but never the whole girl, like in American Anthem. It was very formulaic and I agree with a previous poster about the ending.
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