Sunday, 23 February 2014

Cuban Fury review plus Top 5 Dancing in Films


Cuban Fury is more about a man's love for dance than a man's love for a woman. When Nick Frost's character Bruce falls for his boss, he starts up his long lost love for salsa to impress her. The best dancing in this film actually happens between Frost and Chris O'Dowd as they have a dance off on the car park roof. To honour this Cuban Fury, we thought we'd give you a top five dance films that we like the most.


Rock Horror Picture Show Who can forget the Time Warp, right. An awesome musical about monsters from Transexual, Transylvania.


The Red Shoes A beautiful film from Powell & Pressberger based on the Hans Chritian Anderson fairytale. Ballet has been attempted before in the movies, but its never looked this good.


Pulp Fiction OK, not really a dance film, but the scene where Uma Thurman and John Travolta do the twist to Chuck Berry is awesome.


Saturday Night Fever Another Travolta classic, this film gave birth to some excellent, but in reality cringe worthy, dance moves.


Happy Feet  In a land full of singers, what do you do if you can't? Dance, of course. A surprising hard hitting film about the psychological damage about keeping animals in zoo's, the dancing keeps this film just entertaining enough for the kids.


So, is there any you think we should of included? Let us know in the comments. Meanwhile, enjoy our review for Cuban Fury in the player below, or go to iTunes where you can also subscribe to us.


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