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We watch action films to raise our pulses, spy films to decode puzzles, romance movies to fall in love again. What is it about watching dance on-screen that gets us going? Perhaps it's the sublime exhilaration of performance, bodies spinning and twirling in motion in ways we can only imagine (or try when no one is looking). With this montage of movie dancing scenes, we give a resounding cheer for all the spectacular work and effort that has brought dance to the forefront in recent movies.
Meet the stars of "Shallow Hal" Shallow Hal star Jack Black talks to Hollywood.com about his real life love interest and how he pulled out all the stops for his infamous dance scenes. Gwyneth Paltrow reveals what it was like to go to a New York City club sporting a fat suit and self-help guru Anthony Robbins expla
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