Natalie (Rebel Wilson) is an architect in New York City who isn't being taken as seriously in her career as she would like. But after getting mugged in the subway and becoming unconscious she wakes to find a very different city, filled with romance, grand gestures, dancing and flowers. It doesn't take long for Natalie to realise she is somehow living in what she hates the most - a romantic comedy. Directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson.~Clare Perez-Izaguirre Lopez
I Wanna Dance! -Discover the fun Rebel Wilson, Adam Devine and Priyanka Chopra had expressing themselves singing at a karaoke bar and dancing through the streets of New York City.
I love this movie with every fiber of my being. It's funny, it's a musical, it's a romantic comedy with some depth - it's about loving yourself first, about going after what you want.
I watched this 3 times in the theater because I just couldn't get enough. I'm sure the haters will come along, but you know, it's a positive film about love and finding it and good for a little film to watch to forget your troubles. Rebel Wilson, Adam Devine are good and the storyline works.
Natalie hits her head and wakes up in a real-life romantic comedy. While there, she thinks billionaire Blake is the ideal guy only to find it might be the guy she's been friend-zoning, Josh, who is the one for her - only in this romantic comedy, he's fallen for someone else.
She refuses to do a makeover montage, she wants to get back to the real world, but she can't get there until she learns a thing or two about love and herself.
There are 2 musical/dance numbers - "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" and "Express Yourself" and everyone looks like they're having a good time.
The Blu-ray comes with Deleted Scenes and a Behind-The-Scenes look at the dance numbers. The DVD only has the Behind-The-Scenes look.
For sure if you like the cast, or romantic comedies, this is the one for you. It's silly, it's romantic, it's got great funny lines, it'll make you a believer.
And don't tell me I'm the only one who teared up at the window scene with Wilson and Devine.
Great stuff. 5 stars.