White Men Cant Dance

Theatrical Release: December 8, 2006
DVD Release: December 8, 2006
White Men Cant Dance
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sex
language
violence
drugs
nudity
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Synopsis

Pete Weaver has lost his job and his father, and now his daughter needs expensive medical treatment. With training assistance from his old break-dancing buddies, he sets his sights on winning a competition that promises enough winnings to save his daughter’s life.

Dove Review

“White Men Can’t Dance” is an energetic movie filled with music and stunning dance moves. The film deals with the loss of a father and the need for an expensive surgery for a daughter. Through it all, Pete never gives up hope or loses his faith. Prayer and reverence for God are both frequent elements. However, there are several sexual innuendoes in the film as well as 19 inappropriate uses of God and Oh God. If these references were removed, the remaining proper references to God will uplift the human spirit.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Multiple suggestive situations; mild sexual innuendo
Language: S-1; G/OG/OMG-19; Frickin-1
Violence: None
Drugs: Several smoking jokes; Woman smokes and coughs; Casual drinking; Man drinks from bottle in brown paper bag
Nudity: Cleavage multiple times
Other: None

Info

Company: WMCD
Director: Pete Vinal
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 133 min.
Starring: Peter S. Vinal, Elizabeth Roberts; Kaitlyn Cox
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe