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Out of Step 2002 123movies

Out of Step 2002 123movies

One dream, two guys, eternal possibilitiesFeb. 15, 200290 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Graced with the instinctive ability to dance, Jenny Thomas wants nothing more than to become a professional dancer. All of her hard work pays off when she is accepted to a prominent dance program in New York. Against her mother’s will, but with the support of her father Jenny leaves her small Mormon town in Utah and heads to New York in pursuit of her dream. Jenny soon finds herself financially broke and spiritually lost in her new surroundings. She quickly makes friends with Paul Taylor, a witty Mormon student filmmaker who finds Jenny’s ambitious dream to be the subject for his next film project. Keeping her mind diligently focused on dance proves harder than she expected as she finds herself falling in love with David Schrader, a dark and mysterious New York musician. As their relationship builds Jenny starts to struggle in her religious beliefs and her new lifestyle. Paul’s true romantic feelings soon surface and Jenny finds things to be a little more than she can handle. Her scholarship and her dreams are on the line and Jenny takes an emotional roller coaster ride on the path to work it out. Jenny must fight to earn her scholarship and try to find a balance between the man of her faith and the man of her dreams.
Plot: Graced with the instinctive ability to dance, Jenny Thomas wants nothing more than to become a professional dancer. All of her hard work pays off when she is accepted to a prominent dance program in New York. Against her mother’s will, but with the support of her father Jenny leaves her small Mormon town in Utah and heads to New York in pursuit of her dream. Jenny must fight to earn her scholarship and try to find a balance between the man of her faith and the man of her dreams.
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Great Movie!
There needs to be more movies like this one. We need to have positive experiences put to film which leave us with a sense of well being. The American public does not want a constant barrage of hardness. There should be an alternative. This movie is a refreshing change and one that I enjoyed very much.
Review By: marvhagen Rating: 9 Date: 2002-07-09
Surprisingly Good LDS Film
Though I am LDS, I’ve grown wary of LDS cinema. The God’s Army movies were outstanding, I enjoyed The Singles Ward, and even Charly was quite good in my opinion, but I’m constantly on my guard when watching a Mormon-made movie for cheesy sentiment and shameless propaganda of my religion. I got this movie at a store closing sale and figured I’d try it out, but was fully prepared for cheesy dialogue and preachiness. I was pleasantly surprised.

The movie is about a Mormon girl from Utah named Jenny (Alison Akin Clark) who lives for dance. She goes to New York University to pursue it but is turned down for the first scholarship she auditions for. She vows to work hard and get the scholarship next year. The first fellow Latter-Day Saint that she meets, a film student named Paul (Michael Buster), asks to make a documentary chronicling her progress, and they become friends, though Jenny clicks her tongue at his views on dating–“I’m not ready to grow up just yet,” he explains, when he tells Jenny that his ambition is to date a girl from every one of the fifty states. Meanwhile, Jenny quickly becomes obsessed with local musician Dave (Jeremy Elliott), who is not LDS but is otherwise her dream man, and they begin dating. Jenny gradually loses interest in pursuing her dream of dancing and toys with the idea of giving everything up for Dave.

While watching this love triangle unfold I rolled my eyes, thinking Jenny would either (A) convert Dave and live happily ever after with him, gently letting Paul down and finding someone else for him, or (B) cheerfully realize she’s in love with good little LDS Paul after all. But the movie surprises you. The relationships between Jenny/Paul and Jenny/Dave are both so well developed and lovingly portrayed that soon I realized any possible romantic outcome would be bittersweet and would be unexpected either way, for the movie favors neither relationship explicitly. While beautifully showing the sweet and easy friendship between Jenny and Paul, it also shows absolute empathy and understanding for anyone who has ever fallen in real love with someone outside their faith, and doesn’t attempt to simplify or undermine the experience with a dismissive “The LDS person is always better for you, that’s that.” Instead, we get to consider the emotional complexities involved right along with Jenny, and no deus ex machina of “Dave was just waiting for someone like her to show him the gospel!” comes to the rescue.

For non-LDS viewers (though I suppose there are unlikely to be any), the movie is also refreshingly light on shoving our religion down the audience’s throats. Non-LDS characters are positively and respectfully portrayed and the movie never once tries to convert them. One of my favorite scenes took place in Jenny’s philosophy class, where the teacher challenges Jenny to prove the existence of God. Though Jenny is flustered at the question and can offer no better argument than what she feels in her heart, her non-member friend offers an assertive and insightful speech for the existence of God. I thought this was very refreshing to not make the LDS character the awe-inspiring one with all the conviction and answers, and this is coming from an LDS viewer, mind you.

All in all, I quite enjoyed this movie and was impressed with its overall emotional maturity. Non-LDS viewers may be unmoved, and so may LDS viewers for that matter, but personally I’d recommend it.

Review By: Chocolate_Swan Rating: 8 Date: 2008-05-02

Other Information:

Original Title Out of Step
Release Date 2002-02-15
Release Year 2002

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 30 min (90 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated PG
Genre Drama
Director Ryan Little
Writer Michael Buster, Willow Leigh Jones, Nikki Schmutz
Actors Alison Akin Clark, Michael Buster, Jeremy Hoop
Country United States
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Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
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