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Cha Cha Real Smooth 2022 123movies

Cha Cha Real Smooth 2022 123movies

Falling in love is easy. Growing up is hard.Jun. 17, 2022108 Min.
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Watch: Cha Cha Real Smooth 2022 123movies, Full Movie Online – A young man who works as a Bar Mitzvah party host strikes up a friendship with a mother and her autistic daughter..
Plot: Fresh out of college and stuck at his New Jersey home without a clear path forward, 22-year-old Andrew begins working as a party starter for bar/bat mitzvahs—where he strikes up a unique friendship with a young mom and her teenage daughter.
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7.3/10 Votes: 17,641
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69/100 | MetaCritic
N/A Votes: 148 Popularity: 23.375 | TMDB



“Cha Cha Real Smooth holds incredible authenticity elevated by superb performances and an emotionally impactful story.

Cooper Raiff builds extremely relatable protagonists who need each other to learn how to overcome their intricate, uncertain stages of life. Raiff and Dakota Johnson share remarkable chemistry, humbly indulging in their flawed human characters.

Appreciating this type of film depends heavily on the life experiences of each viewer due to the genuinely real environment surrounding the entire narrative. Personally, the heartfelt approach to post-graduate life and the brilliant treatment of the autistic daughter touched my heartstrings.

Despite being quite simple and even too sweet and naive in several more serious moments, I couldn’t recommend this movie more. It deserved to be seen on the big screen.”

Rating: A-

Review By: MSB

Cooper Raiff did just about everything on this quickly paced and rather touching comedy drama. He plays the 22-year old “Andrew”, whom we first meet as a young boy who has a crush on a party starter. Dejected after his inevitable rejection, we skip on a few years to when he is using his considerable social skills to get folks up and dancing at the seemingly never ending series of bar/bat mitzvah’s in his town. It’s at one such gathering that he meets “Domino” (Dakota Johnson) and her autistic daughter “Lola” (a strong performance from Vanessa Burghardt). The challenge is to get the shy young girl to dance and the result is a sitter job and a relationship, of sorts, with her mother – already engaged to the frequently out of town “Joseph” (Raúl Castillo). What now ensues is a gently comedic, but quite potent story that offers the young and charismatic “Andrew” (he reminded me a lot of Jack Whitehall!) with an opportunity to shine. It’s about love, yes, but it’s about hope and managing expectations too; with this young man, like so many of us at that age, trying to start out in life on as sure a footing as he can. It’s not all a barrel of laughs – there is plenty of emotional turmoil for him, “Domino”, his mother (Leslie Mann) and for his coming-of-age brother “David” (Evan Assante) and it illustrates also quite effectively just how cruel youngsters can be to each other; and how blind loyalty from their parents doesn’t help (though in this film, there are quite entertaining side-effects!). There is chemistry here between the confident Raiff and both Johnson and Burghardt, the soundtrack gets your toes tapping and the conclusion offers a reality that I rather appreciated. It’s good, this.
Review By: CinemaSerf
Cha Cha Real Smooth Review
This was the other film I was privileged to see during Sundance and it’s most likely gonna go down as one of my favorites of the year. Cha Cha Real Smooth has more of a personal connection to me with how it treats leaving home while you still have a younger sibling there. It really resonated with me and I’m not ashamed to say that the final scene of the film almost made me cry. It hit very close to home. The performances here are great. Major props to Cooper Raiff for Directing, Writing, and starring in this because the writing and his performance were fantastic. His direction was pretty good but the writing and acting outshined it. His character feels very realistic. He gets in over his head a lot but tries his best to make others feel happy and he usually succeeds at it. Dakota Johnson did a great job as well along with Vanessa Burghardt who plays her daughter. All of these characters that Raiff wrote are great. They feel personal and well thought out and play a major impact into the story. As you can tell, it was the characters and writing that really sold me for this film because those aspects genuinely are fantastic. The music and editing were good but really weren’t anything that special. I would highly recommend checking this film out whenever it hits theaters or streaming services if you want a more personal kind of story.
Review By: theredsky
a dose of sweetness when it’s needed
SXSW 2022 Greetings again from the darkness. It seems society has reached a point where most of us are at least a bit skeptical of someone being nice. We assume there is an ulterior motive for acts of altruism. Writer-director-actor Cooper Raiff won a SXSW award for his first feature film (a title I can’t print here), and he follows that up with this feel-good dramedy that may very well inspire us to have a bit more faith in humanity … well at least some of humanity.

When we first meet Andrew (Mr. Raiff), he’s attending the Bar Mitzvah of a classmate, and finds himself attracted to Bella (Kelly O’Sullivan, who was so good in SAINT FRANCIS, 2019), the older ‘party starter’. What really hits home with Andrew is how Bella takes an obviously unsettling phone call in the stairwell before flipping her smile back on and returning to her hosting duties. We then jump ahead 10 years, and Andrew has just graduated college. His girlfriend heads off to Barcelona while he moves back in with his mother Leslie Mann) and stepdad (Brad Garrett), sleeping on a blow-up mattress in his younger brother David’s (Evan Assante) room. As he contemplates his next step in life, Andrew works the counter at ‘Meat Sticks’, a shopping mall based fast food stop that forces him to wear a royal blue vest and bright red visor. Talk about motivation for transitioning into adulting.

This ties back into the early scene of young Andrew because when he accompanies David to a Bar Mitzvah, Andrew is attracted to the beauty Domino (Dakota Johnson), mother of autistic Lola (Vanessa Burghardt). We watch as Andrew’s charm convinces to Lola to dance for the first time, a friendly gesture that intrigues her mother. Things change quickly for Andrew. Other Jewish moms take note of Andrew and hire him as a ‘party starter’, Domino hires Andrew to periodically babysit Lola, David starts eliciting romance advice from big brother, and Domino and Andrew begin their “will they or won’t they” flirtations.

Of course, things aren’t as simple or rosy as they might seem. Domino has a lawyer fiancé (Raul Castillo), and she’s burdened with emotional pain that she barely acknowledges – though she does admit to Andrew that she struggles with depression. There are also mental health issues associated with Andrew’s mother, and we infer that plays an important part in his own makeup and desire to help others. It turns out Andrew and Domino are both defined (perhaps burdened) by their need to help others, while ignoring their own well-being. Neither are saints, as both have flaws. An engaged Domino battles her urges with Andrew, while he drinks too much, has a jealous streak, and snaps at loved ones when upset.

Filmmaker Raiff benefits from a terrific and fully engaged performance from Ms. Dakota. Raiff himself is not a polished actor, but this is an advantage for his role as Andrew – a young man drifting at a time he should be focused. The film takes a sincere approach to characters we know. The cringe-factor rarely, if ever, pops up. The most cynical might find it saccharine, but most will appreciate the sweetness Andrew displays as he fumbles around with what love means. He may be somewhat goofy, but he’s also good-hearted, and enjoys making a difference and helping others. Raiff’s film may be as eager to please as its protagonist, yet that’s not such a bad thing. And yes, the “Cha Cha Slide” does feature in a dance scene, so the film’s title isn’t totally off the wall (but almost).

Review By: ferguson-6

Other Information:

Original Title Cha Cha Real Smooth
Release Date 2022-06-17
Release Year 2022

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 47 min (107 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Comedy, Drama
Director Cooper Raiff
Writer Cooper Raiff
Actors Cooper Raiff, Dakota Johnson, Evan Assante
Country United States
Awards 2 wins & 5 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arri Alexa Mini, Cooke S4 and Angenieux HR Lenses
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format CFast 2.0
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (4K) (master format), Dolby Vision, Prores 4444 XQ (4K) (source format)
Printed Film Format DCP Digital Cinema Package, Video (UHD)

Cha Cha Real Smooth 2022 123movies
Cha Cha Real Smooth 2022 123movies
Cha Cha Real Smooth 2022 123movies
Cha Cha Real Smooth 2022 123movies
Original title Cha Cha Real Smooth
TMDb Rating 7.108 148 votes

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