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Save the Last Dance

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The movie follows Sara Johnson, a 17-year-old high-school student who sets her sights on being a professional ballerina, but she has to put her plans on hold and transfers to an urban Chicago school after her mother's death. There she falls in love with a black teen from the South Side with a rough, semi-criminal past.
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Palo Alto Weekly

May 20, 2003

Sara's got a sense of humor about how very uncool she is, and she proves to be a game girl.
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Film Threat
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December 06, 2005

Performances throughout are solidly decent.
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Rolling Stone

February 06, 2001

Stiles and Thomas supply what this movie needs most: a heartbeat.
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Austin Chronicle
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March 10, 2003

To the film's credit, it tries, and while it never really sings, it does deliver the dance.
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Detroit News

January 12, 2001

It pays knowing respect not only to high school social politics, but also to racial politics among today's young people.
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Common Sense Media

December 28, 2010

Formulaic teen romance with an MTV spin.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

As teen melodrama, well, Carter's film is what it is; but for such a mainstream black-consciousness movie, at least it doesn't shy from addressing some touchy issues about masculinity, parenthood, and black attitudes to whites.
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TheMovieReport.com
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December 06, 2005

Ultimately, this talented twosome [Stiles and Thomas] can only do so much with a script that continually lets them down at about every turn.
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Denver Post
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January 12, 2001

The intent is a feel-good film, sort of an American version of Billy Elliot and I didn't believe a minute of it.
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Film Blather
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May 22, 2003

It's not courageous enough to deviate from the teen movie formula more than a smidgeon.
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Globe and Mail

March 22, 2002

A refreshingly friendly view of a romance between people of different pigmentation, an area where more respectable pictures still wimp out.
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Associated Press

January 12, 2001

Squanders nice performances by Julia Stiles and Sean Patrick Thomas by confining them and the supporting cast to cookie-cutter roles and hackneyed inner-city subplots.
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