Get ready to cut loose! Boston teen Ren MacCormack (Kenny Wormald) relocates to a small southern town and gets a heavy dose of culture shock. On the heels of a tragic accident, Rev. Shaw Moore (Dennis Quaid) bans loud music and dancing. Challenging the Reverend, Ren falls for his troubled daughter (Julianne Hough), shakes up the status quo, and revitalizes the town.
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Love this re-make of Footloose and you will be dancing at the end as it is an enjoyable film and it has a fantastic soundtrack. I'd say its an chick flick but other people will say differently but most of all it is an relaxing film. Must get this you will not be disappointed.
I am always a bit wary of remakes, but I like this one. I was a bit dubious about watching it, as I love the original so much. A few remakes I've seen, the script has been literally the same as the original, word for word. But this is different. There are differences with the story line, you get to see the crash at the beginning which caused the laws against loud music and dancing to be passed. Ren arrives in Bomont alone, after his mother has died and his uncle takes him in. His uncle and family are also more "on Ren's side". The music is good and you get to hear the original version of Footloose by Kenny Loggins at the beginning, along with an homage to the "dancing feet" in the beginning credits. I actually prefer the actress that plays Ariel to Lori Singer and Kenny Wormald is quite a hottie! I'm not sure what they've done to Rusty though (not as nice as SJP in the original) and Willard takes a while to get used to (I have difficulty understanding what he says!). Overall worth watching whether you've seen the original or not.
Just like the first movie, very good remake.