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Plot: Sisterhood is tested, rivalries heat up and new bonds are formed when students go back to their performing arts school to compete for an all-expense paid summer scholarship program to a prestigious Conservatory of Fine Arts.
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Very sweet, very predictable
Being sick (not this corona thing) and almost unable to sleep I watched this – yeah, with low expectations. And some experts say that comedies are good for recovery, what myself can confirm. Watched BBT and That 70’es multiple times, so something new, pls. And this is really fresh. Really nothing original, just usual high-skool things, combined with some competition in singing, acting and dancing,
No doubt, Avery is main character, best looking, and they did not miss chance to show her (well, actresses). Script deserves max some 4, rather 3. Acting probably 5. But it was fast paced, well directed for this kind of movie, so overall 6 from me.
Hilarious and entertaining. Never a dull moment. Great writing.
To The Beat! Back 2 School is a hilarious and entertaining new feature film! This film is so fun and there is never a dull moment. If you are looking for an engaging drama-packed movie, this is the one for you.
Tensions at Valley Performing Arts grow high when the twins, Mackie and Mia, return from spring break. The students are put to the test when offered the opportunity to audition for one of three scholarships to the Triad Conservatory of Fine Arts in New York City. Between the huge scholarship, Mia’s new boyfriend and Mackie’s newfound friend in her longtime rival, Avery, things are bound to heat up.
There are a bunch of incredible aspects to this film. One of my personal favorites is the writing. Susan Bernhardt and Jillian Clare crafted an incredible story that has plenty of plot twists and turns to make it engaging to watch. The actors are extremely believable in their roles at Valley Performing Arts. Sydney Bourne, who plays Cassidy, is insanely talented. I love when actors and actresses that play villains can make me genuinely dislike their character enough to stir emotion within me, and Sydney Bourne was able to do just that. One small problem I found with To The Beat! Back 2 School is that since I hadn’t watched the first movie, the first few minutes were a little bit confusing, due to my lack of background knowledge. I really enjoyed how the soundtrack for the movie keeps the scenes lively and energetic. Another thing I thought kept the movie lively was the stellar choreography. Every dance scene is visually appealing and kept my eyes glued to the screen.
To The Beat! Back 2 School shows us that people can change and we should not to judge a book by its cover. Making instantaneous assumptions about a person doesn’t tell you much about them. In order to understand a person, you should get to know them first. Another valuable message is taught is about respecting other people for who they are, as a person and not based off of their talent.
I give To The Beat! Back 2 School 4 out of 5 stars and highly recommend for kids ages 8 to 18, plus adults. Make sure to check out this film March 10th, 2020 on VOD and DVD. Trust me, you won’t want to miss it!
Reviewed by Brad M., KIDS FIRST! reporter
Original Language en
Genre Comedy, Drama, Family
Director Jillian Clare
Writer Susan Bernhardt (creator), Susan Bernhardt, Jillian Clare (creator)
Actors Laura Krystine, Brisa Lalich, Jayden Bartels, Hayden Summerall
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