“Then she does her dance. I cannot say that this dance is good. This dance is bad. What can I say about this dance? It’s certainly memorable. I have always remembered it, for 20 years. So have you.”
TRUTH. ALL OF IT. Oh god, I have remembered it so hard.
The dance is so awful. It's slow motion expressionless garbage. Why does she have no facial expressions.
“Then, more talking written by a snake that fell out of the air vent and on to the keyboard!” — marvelous.
They try to make you think that “slammin’” is THE COOL SLANG but you know in your bones it is not.
I somehow missed this movie growing up but now I'm committed to not watching any of the movies you review so I only have Lindy Lens (+ Aham) through which to view movies.
I think the worst part of the dance is the dead eyed look on her face throughout the whole performance. Like she's not selling it well or looking like she's enjoying the triumphant climax of the movie!
LMAO ‘WHY WOULD YOU MIX OIL AND MILK???’ and “conversation about race and identity and colonialism in *27 words written by an old sneaker*” I saw this terrible, awful movie way too many times. It makes me feel actual pity for our child/teen selves! Do they still make teen movies this badly?
Appreciate the alderan reference! Very bani wei! I totally remember that dance scene 👯♂️💃🏻🙅🏼♀️🤷🏼♀️💁🏼♀️🙆🏼♀️
“I’d never bust a cap in your ass” I’m dying.
“Sara and Derek dance, but despite her prior claims, she is NOT dancing circles around him. She is not even dancing triangles next to him.” Hahaheeheehoohah yay!
This dance is about her being a sexy (but not slutty) grown-up lady instead of a nerdy virgin. This is the subtext of all high school movies with female main characters made after Reagan was elected president. Be sexy but not too sexy, just like a ballet dance with some pelvic thrusts mixed in.
That dance was so bad. Way worse then I remembered.
When the YouTube clip started, I gasped. I somehow didn’t imagine the dancing could be *that* bad.
This is brilliant. https://twitter.com/lordebarrington/status/1466646829798285312?s=21
I loved this movie so much, but yes and yikes.