Finding Your Feet (review)

Finding Your Feet (review)
Finding Your Feet (review)
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Not only is the plot predictable, it’s very trite. After a long-married, uptight woman (Imelda Staunton) catches her husband cheating, she moves in with her bohemian sister (Celia Imrie). Because of a group dance class, she learns to let go and experience life anew. Since almost the entire cast is well over 65, there are plenty of health issues and a few deaths. It’s all been done before, but this version lacks of any quirky characters or clever dialogue to make it stand out. Even the dance subplot is an underutilized and uninteresting sidetrack. For those of a certain age who want a story directed in their direction, the lively cast and upbeat approach may appeal. If you’re looking for a movie to take this genre into new territory, this ain’t it.

 

2.5 out of 5 stars (2.5 / 5)

 

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