When city coolguy Ren McCormack moves to the small Tennessee town of Bomont, he's shocked to learn that the city had banned dancing. Their reasoning? Last time some kids gathered together to recreate scenes from the Step Up series, they ended up getting in a car accident! And while some would attribute that mishap to all the empty Coors Light cans strewn around the dancing grounds, the Reverend Dennis Quaid saw fit to blame the art of Channing Tatum, and convinced the council to ban all public displays of rhythmic movement. What's a dance-loving city boy to do!? Recreate the plot of 1984's Footloose is what he's to do:
This being an MTV production, I guess we should just be grateful the film doesn't seem overly concerned with Footloose's abs. It probably will be, though.
From MTV, here's the poster for Black Snake Moan director Craig Brewer's remake of Footloose that, like Morningstar Farms, tries to pass off some kind of unknown substitute as something equivalent to Bacon. I'm not buying it, but hey, at least they're trying--in times like this... / Continue →
Here's the trailer for At Any Price, a film about how sometimes a family passion will skip a generation, just as a weathered, permanent grimace apparently will. Dennis Quaid plays a father and head of a long-held family farm who hopes to hand it off to his son one day, when he'... / Continue →
Here's the trailer for Save Haven, the latest in a long line of films to use a Nicholas Sparks novel as the inspirational backdrop to a man romantically boxing a woman's ears. This one features the generically-attractive coupling of Julianne Hough and Josh Duhamel, with Hough s... / Continue →