JIG Movie Reviews

JIG

JIG

Release Date: May 04, 2011

Genre: Documentary

Rating: (PG)

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  • 4
    This is a doc**entary about 40th Irish Dancing World Championships held in Glasgow that is directed by Sue Bourne. It is not the best doc**entary i have seen but it was entertaining and fun to watch and I had a great time. Couple of the dancers were so interesting and I was definitely rooting for them to win, so I guess the film is involving. I loved Brogan McCay, a 10-year-old girl from Northern Ireland, she was wonderful and I really wanted her to win instead of her pampered rival. The film follows couple of dancers and it has interesting stories and interesting people. Overall, i do not think that this film is worth the price of the movie ticket but if you have money and time, you will have fun watching this doc**entary.
  • 4
    I was not sure about this doc**entary, I mean the subject is kind of weird but I really enjoyed watching it and I highly recommend seeing it in the theaters. The subjects are fascinating and cute and the film never gets boring. I was really surprised that so many youngsters across the world are into competitive Irish dancing, there are a lot of very talented young people across the world and that is a great thing to see. the film is inspiring and in the same time it warns against obsession among young people. Overall, I think it was a great film and I had fun watching it.
  • 3
    This is a doc**entary about competitive Irish dancing directed by Sue Bourne. The doc**entary goes behind the scenes of competitive dancing and uncovers how hard and demanding it is. The film focuses on couple of characters that are very interesting and have fascinating life stories. The film kind of explores the dangers of obsession and it was interesting to watch how people go to extreme lengths to accomplish what they want, sometimes it cannot be explained or excused. I was fascinated by a ten year-old boy named John Whitehurst, he was probably my favourite character in this doc**entary. Overall, the film has some flaws but it is interesting and entertaining.
  • 3
    This is a doc**entary about competitive Irish dancing directed by Sue Bourne. The doc**entary goes behind the scenes of competitive dancing and uncovers how hard and demanding it is. The film focuses on couple of characters that are very interesting and have fascinating life stories. The film kind of explores the dangers of obsession and it was interesting to watch how people go to extreme lengths to accomplish what they want, sometimes it cannot be explained or excused. I was fascinated by a ten year-old boy named John Whitehurst, he was probably my favourite character in this doc**entary. Overall, the film has some flaws but it is interesting and entertaining.

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