Come Dance With Me

DVD Release: October 15, 2013
Come Dance With Me
Dove "Family-Approved"
For All Ages

Synopsis

Jack (Andrew McCarthy) is an executive in a financial brokerage firm trying to impress the firm’s president, Drew Clayton (Chris Gillett), in hopes of a promotion. However, Jack is dating the fabulously rich and elegant Demi Clayton (Stephanie Mills), who happens to be Drew’s daughter. Although Demi’s mother Clarisse (Jane Moffat) doesn’t necessarily approve of Jack and would prefer her daughter to date a man within their social circle, Jack still plans on proposing. Trying to create the perfect proposal Jack signs up for dance lessons in preparation for his proposal to Demi at her father’s lavish annual Christmas Dance. But when sparks start to fly between Jack and his dance instructor, Christine (Michelle Nolden), Jack will have to make some important decisions before it is too late.

Dove Review

Jack’s life is right on track. He is working hard for a promotion, dating the boss’s daughter and on the verge of making a deal for a big contract. Plus he wants to propose to Drew at the Christmas party. He has just one thing to get into order and that is he needs to take dancing lessons so that everything goes without a hitch.

Unfortunately he does not see what is coming when he finds that his dance instructor is very charming and needs his advice on some financial problems. When it comes to Christine, he has to find a way to help her without letting her know who he really is. But that is not the only problem that he may have to tend with.

Content Description

Sex: A couple kisses.
Language: None
Violence: Woman throw drinks in man's face.
Drugs: Drinking with dinners and party.
Nudity: Cleavage.
Other: Man pretends to be someone else; man does not tell woman the truth about who he is.

Info

Reviewer: Donna Rolfe
Source: Video
Company: Gaiam/Vivendi
Writer: Kevin Commins
Director: John Bradshaw
Producer: Chesler/Perlmutter
Genre: Christmas
Runtime: 90 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Andrew McCarthy, Michelle Nolden, Stephanie Mills