There are some days while you simply want a tacky little bit of fluff as your alternative of movie, and Netflix’s Work It’s precisely that. The gist of the movie is extremely easy: hoping to persuade her dream faculty to simply accept her, highschool senior Quinn Ackerman (Sabrina Carpenter) decides to create a dance squad after her faculty’s top-notch dance group – the Thunderbirds – rejects her as a result of she is severely missing in rhythm. Because the dance group has all of the well-known dancers, Quinn and her greatest buddy Jas (Liza Koshy) need to department out and nab the “diamonds within the tough,” aka the individuals who do not audition for the Thunderbirds. They spherical up a lovable – however not actually fleshed out – group of outcasts and fumble their approach to victory!
Is that this a very groundbreaking arrange? Completely not. Is Work It principally the Gen Z lovechild of Deliver It On and Step Up with a touch of Middle Stage? Within the cheesiest method doable, sure! Am I nonetheless going to look at this every time I want one thing ridiculous with a banging soundtrack and Jordan Fisher dwelling as much as the main man potential that was snatched from him with that tragic John Ambrose ending in P.S. I Nonetheless Love You? You are rattling proper! So maintain studying for among the most unfiltered ideas I had whereas watching Netflix’s newest unique film, Work It.
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