Make Your Move | Full Movie

Make Your Move
  • PG-13
  • 1h 50m
  • 2014
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From the co-writer of STEP UP and SAVE THE LAST DANCE. When Donny (Derek Hough, TV’s “Dancing With the Stars”) and Aya (Korean pop star BoA) meet at an underground club, they fall in love, but find themselves caught in the middle of a bitter rivalry where they must choose between family ties or their love for each other.
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Rotten Tomatoes® Score

Justin Chang

A slick, disposable soap opera about a poor white boy and a spirited Korean girl who fall in love...

June 25, 2017
Sheila O'Malley

"Make Your Move" shows us the whole dancer. These sequences really move in a way that feels organi...

June 25, 2017
New York Times
Andy Webster

A soapy, flashy confection that juxtaposes Mr. Hough's tap dancing with the Japanese drumming styl...

June 25, 2017
Washington Post
Stephanie Merry

Scenes from the competing clubs include impressive choreography and gravity-defying moves. If only...

June 25, 2017
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Common Sense Media

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Common Sense Says
Star-crossed dance romance doesn't have the best moves.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that Make Your Move is a Romeo and Juliet-style romance set in the Brooklyn nightclub scene. The main characters' brothers run rival clubs and are locked in a bitter feud, but the two young lovers are drawn together by their dancing skills. Derek Hough (of TV's Dancing with the Stars) and South Korean pop star BoA co-star, so you can expect plenty of lively dance numbers. There's also a good bit of drinking during the nightclub scenes, as well as several fist fights and a drive-by shooting (it causes fear and chaos, but no one is injured). Sexual content includes kissing, flirting, sex talk, and the implication that characters spent the night together; language isn't constant but does include "s--t," "ass," and (sparingly) "f--k."

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Music, Drama, Romance
  • Release Date:April 18, 2014
  • Highest Available for Purchase:HD

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