GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Box Office Mom Jackie Solberg is back with another movie review! This week, she gives us her take -- from a parent's perspective -- on the "Feel the Bet" which is streaming now on Netflix.
- Rating: 4.5 out of 5 popcorn buckets
- Release Date: June 19, 2020
- Rating: TV-G
- Best Age Group: 8+
- Sexual Content: Mild
- Violent/Disturbing Content: Mild
- Crude or Profane Language: Moderate
- Drug and Alcohol Content: None
- Will Kids Like It? Yes
April (Sofia Carson) is a 20-something aspiring dance professional who faces eviction from her New York City apartment. Much to her dismay, she ends up back home in New Hope, Wisconsin. April receives a warm welcoming from her father, and her dance teacher, Barb. Eventually, Barb entices April to teach a dance class. Unfortunately, April is a very selfish, dismissive instructor who has her own agenda while trying to prepare her group of misfit students for a competition. After a lot of drama, April's heart softens as she hopes to connect with her young, adorable students. Feel the Beat is an upbeat, entertaining film, which will appeal to young dance students!
Sexual Content: Mild
- We see a man and woman kiss.
- The young girls have some suggestive dance moves during their routines.
Violent/Disturbing Content: Mild
- An elderly woman falls off a stage. We eventually learn she broke her leg and wrist.
- Two woman fight over a cab in the rain.
Crude or Profane Language: Moderate
- We hear "ass," "butt," "crap," "suck, and "weiner." "S--t" appears in a song lyric. A character says, "grow a pair."
Drug and Alcohol Content: None
Will Kids Like It? Yes
- Overall, this is an entertaining film which will appeal to young dancers. Appropriate for kids ages 8 and up.
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