Love at First Dance (2018) is a English movie. Mark Jean has directed this movie. Becca Tobin,Niall Matter,Cecilia Deacon,Bethany Brown are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2018. Love at First Dance (2018) is considered one of the best Drama,Romance movie in India and around the world.
Hope Hayes is hired by couple and business partners Eric and Adriana to choreograph their wedding dance, including working with the less coordinated Eric, Manhattan's "Most Eligible Bachelor", one-on-one. Both bride-to-be and groom-to-be have reservations about the union, but they've caved to familial pressures for the good of their business partnership. Over time, Hope and Eric grow closer and encourage each other to follow their creative passions - hers in choreography and his in theater. They also share a romantic connection that neither has experienced in the past, but fight it due to Eric's engagement. As Eric's wedding approaches, Hope has the chance to go after her dream job in London. Both Hope and Eric must decide which professional and personal pursuits will bring them happiness.
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Hallmark movies tend to be formulaic. Blonde heroine, looking for love, smiling frantically at strong, handsome hero..She flutters her eyelashes just often enough, he remains appealing, but unattainable, she giggles and smiles frantically, he softens, and in the end, all is resolved with a kiss and a staged, contrived, silly-looking Hallmark wedding. This movie defies all those cliches. .and therein lies its appeal. Both the heroine and the male lead have their own internal conflicts..each one has an ethic about their work and commitments, yet each one with dream that needs manifesting and deserves fulfilling. The conflict in both characters draws them to one another, ..yet there is nothing syrupy or typical in their attraction. Of course, it's a Hallmark movie..so we know they will end up in each others arms..but the road they take to arrive there is so much more serious and mature than almost any Hallmark movie has dared to present. This film actually defies the typical route Hallmark movies take. For one, each of the leads is a fully mature, successful adult with a responsible work identity and obligations. Each has a personal goal, but obstacles that prevent an easy solution. In their relationship with one another, they find encouragement, and support for those dreams and goals..and this growing support between two people is portrayed in a mature and serious manner. There is no flirting, no silliness, no manipulation of one another. The additional appeal in this film is the third lead, the 'other woman', who is portrayed as a serious, thoughtful, mature character. Her beauty and her deep, comforting voice make her all the more a realistic character and give her a sympathetic appeal. This is a movie worth watching twice..There is much to enjoy (including some beautiful professional ballet segments) and, more importantly, much to learn about how to move through a life struggle and find ones dream and passion manifested.
When I read the title, I expected something more cheesy but this is pretty Gouda! This movie takes place in an actualcity where city life isn't as demonized. I appreciate that since I live in a big city and it's nice to know there might still be Hallmark magic left here. The characters feel more like real people, both at a career fork in the road, her finding out whether she should do or teach, him following in his family foot steps or an artistic pursuit. So many people can relate to that. The dancing is so fun to watch, it's like Dirty Dancing: Hallmark Nights. And the music is from artists I've heard of, shocking I know! Overall, I'd totally watch this again.
I love most Hallmark movies - especially the holiday-centric ones - and accept that the 2-dimensional male/female relationships often saturate the stories. This one breaks the mold - which makes it one of my favorites. The 'other woman' is not a witch from whom the male lead needs to escape. Instead, this story is about people I can relate to, realizing that they care for each other, but are not a perfect match for marriage. Add to this that I really don't like dance. It's okay - fun to do - but I would never buy tickets to see a dance show. Even so, the dance metaphor and sweet dance scenes are delightful. I love this movie, and the stars in it.
While Becca Tobin never jumps off the screen, there is still chemistry between her and Niall Matter. I haven't paid enough attention to Matter in the past, but I realized he is a solid half of the ... Father Christmas set of movies. And he does a great job in this one. You could see Eric grow in confidence as the story goes on, and underneath it he's falling in love. Tobin is a steady presence throughout. I couldn't decide if she was a little too reserved, or just right, but you can understand easily how Eric could fall in love with Hope. The third part of the triangle, Adriana, is no villain and compared to her Hope is downright giddy, but Adriana is supposed to be an unemotional rock. Supporting characters are adequate if not great I think the outline of the story could have been written by the viewer as soon as the background was established. These movies don't necessarily need surprises. But that means that one of the things this one had to do right was put the leads together as much as possible, and it did. I usually don't like musical interludes that are often just there to avoid writing more plot, but in this case it was a nice dance interlude.
I have not watched Hallmark movies but for some reason I have been watching the channel this month hey don't shoot me. While I have actually enjoyed many of the movies including ones from the past couple of years I was looking forward this movie and I was not impressed as I ended up doing things around the house. I think it was the casting as I have become spoiled by the chemistry between Pascale Hutton and Kavan Smith who have so much chemistry I could watch them in anything. Its not the actors fault that they were cast but something was off. Don't waste your time.