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Frances Baby Houseman is going on a trip with her sister and parents to Kellermans, a kind of middle/upper class Pontins in the Catskill Mountains.
Also in the package is some Kellermans merchandise.It all goes pear shaped with the solution to Pennys problem and Babys Dad (a doctor) has to save the day.Not only that, but it digs itself even further into a hole when it should be gaining momentum for an electric, inspiring, music-laden finale.In the name of all things that is money, "Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights" is a prequel-cum-loose-remake that is nothing more than a cheap, contemptible ploy to cash in on a well-known title. The phenomenon continues with the soundtrack still selling and the stage show packing out theatres worldwide.Since Dad and Mom (Sela Ward) used to be competitive ballroom dancers, Katey has inherited the family hip swivel. Theres stacks of extras with one of Patrick Swayzes last interviews, deleted scenes, various celebs going on how much they love the film and a couple of commentaries.This review is dedicated to the memory of my Mum, Brenda who really adored this film (and Patrick Swayze).For buy hunter boots online canada Katey's uptight mother, Jeannie (Sela Ward her romantic mingling with the lower-class is unacceptable.

The second he appeared on screen, the audience jumped awake long enough to roar with applause and cheers at a charismatic man who could act circles around these low-rent knockoffs any day of the week. Upon arrival, its all looks rather cheesy and soon enough Baby has stumbled across the staff quarters where they generally have a good time away fom the old farts and twits vacationing at the resort. If anyone wishes to contest my critique of this fine picture, please feel free to pop round so I can give you a really hard slap and send you on your way.Not only might it have recaptured the magic of their onscreen chemistry, but it also could have resurrected some acting careers. It you dont have a warm fuzzy feeling after seeing that, you have no soul.The climax, set at the dance contest on New Year's Eve, is godawful in its conception and execution.Lionsgate has pulled out the stops for this Anniversary edition as Dirty Dancing thoroughly deserves.This is hardly a sequel to the 1987 hit, but rather a loosely associated story since Patrick Swayze only has a limited cameo with two brief scenes, and Jennifer Grey is nowhere in evidence.