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Havana: November, 1958. Eighteen-year-old Katey Miller brings an innate curiosity--and a smattering of Spanish--to her new life in Cuba''s lush capital, where her father has taken an executive posting at Chrysler. Schooled by her parents in the art of ballroom dancing, Katey is expected to join the smart set of American teenagers who are the Miller''s neighbors at the exclusive Oceana Hotel. But Katey finds herself drawn instead to the proud, purposeful Javier--a waiter who also happens to be brilliant dancer. Determined to learn the slinky, spectacular moves that Javier seems to know in his bones, Katey persuades him to partner with her in a prestigious national dance competition at a grand local nightclub, The Palace. Meeting secretly in an out-of-the-way Havana nightclub, Katey and Javier practice their steps--their bodies aligning in a sensual harmony that mirrors the growing passion between them. As the night of the contest finally arrives, Katey and Javier are ready to take their p

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FogNamedKarl
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
What made this for me was Diego Luna
Reviewed in the United States on December 14, 2015
To be fair, don''t compare this to the first Dirty Dancing movie. Obviously, they wanted to capitalize on the original title. This is based on real life events of JoAnn Jansen. I loved the dancing and the love story. You''d never know Diego Luna and Romola Garai were... See more
To be fair, don''t compare this to the first Dirty Dancing movie. Obviously, they wanted to capitalize on the original title. This is based on real life events of JoAnn Jansen. I loved the dancing and the love story. You''d never know Diego Luna and Romola Garai were non-dancers and there was obvious chemistry between the two. What made this movie for me was charismatic Diego Luna who played the charming and sexy, young Javier Súarez (momma mia, who is this guy?) I enjoyed the video for the most part, although the story seemed choppy and disjointed. Parts left on the cutting room floor (as seen in the Special Bonus Features) would have helped fill out the story. It would have been satisfying to see the mean girls'' mouths drop. Sela Ward was beautiful as ever; loved her wardrobe! Jonathan Jackson was a much more likable guy than the dweeby son in the first version of DD. The late great Patrick Swayze makes several appearances. Don''t just watch the movie, check out the Special Features, well worth the time. At the end of the day, it made me want to dance like that, visit Cuba, and speak Spanish, su casa, mi casa… I love this movie, what can I say, it makes me happy.

addendum: Diego Luna has moved up in the film world, winning awards and has helmed some very notable films. A name to watch.
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Charles VonCrabb
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I Regret Renting This Movie... Wish I Had Just Bought It!
Reviewed in the United States on May 29, 2017
This movie received terrible reviews from the critics... but I think its pretty great! Really fun movie with some history and politics (that are still relevant in 2017) mixed in. Like I said - I rented the movie first - and then ended up buying a copy... See more
This movie received terrible reviews from the critics... but I think its pretty great!

Really fun movie with some history and politics (that are still relevant in 2017) mixed in.

Like I said - I rented the movie first - and then ended up buying a copy because I liked it so much.

Not really a sequel to the original Dirty Dancing - definitely holds its own.
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Jan from Florida
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Better than the original (which I also loved)!
Reviewed in the United States on June 14, 2021
Based on the true story of JoAnn F. Jansen (who choreographed this film) who was just a teenager in 1959 when her family relocated to Havana, Cuba from Queens, NY. She recalls sitting in a restaurant with her mom, Fidel Castro and Che Guevara, the leaders of the Cuban... See more
Based on the true story of JoAnn F. Jansen (who choreographed this film) who was just a teenager in 1959 when her family relocated to Havana, Cuba from Queens, NY. She recalls sitting in a restaurant with her mom, Fidel Castro and Che Guevara, the leaders of the Cuban Revolution. She spoke very little Spanish, but this was a very potent time for her. It was the introduction of a new country and its people. She writes, "I hope you enjoy the film and feel the same wonderful feelings of the discovery of a new place, and the personal discovery of a young woman, who learned how to dance and how to love." Incidentally, when she and her family left Cuba after the revolution, she would never again see the boy she fell in love with. Also, the dance sequences are stunning, and there is a surprise cameo that you will enjoy!
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N. Tinker
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Worth it if you''re a fan and need something to watch...
Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2017
This is definitely a low-budget film, and you have to want to see these actors or this story in order to appreciate it. However, it has good, interesting actors including Romola Garai, Mika Boorem, and a glimpse of January Jones. John Slattery and Sela Ward play the... See more
This is definitely a low-budget film, and you have to want to see these actors or this story in order to appreciate it. However, it has good, interesting actors including Romola Garai, Mika Boorem, and a glimpse of January Jones. John Slattery and Sela Ward play the parents. The story takes place in Havana at the onset of Castro''s revolution. An American family has been transferred to Cuba, and their eldest daughter (Garai) becomes interested in a local youth who works at the fancy hotel where they stay. He''s a street/club dancer; her parents were competitive ballroom dancers. There''s going to be a big dance contest. All pretty much what you''d expect. It''s fun if you''re in the mood. Swayze does a cameo.

NOTE: ON PANTAYA, THIS MOVIE IS DUBBED IN SPANISH WITH NO SUBTITLES
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Ms Lea R. Mac Leod
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Havana nights .steamy summer fun
Reviewed in the United States on February 3, 2014
A nice movie! Loved the music and the visuals they were very rich. they did a great job of showing the times and attuides and class attides of the times for both sexes and ethnic experiences(in this case Havana Cuba, during Basteist rain pre Castro over throw.) Proper... See more
A nice movie! Loved the music and the visuals they were very rich. they did a great job of showing the times and attuides and class attides of the times for both sexes and ethnic experiences(in this case Havana Cuba, during Basteist rain pre Castro over throw.) Proper young lady Katy Miller and her family are transferred to Cuba because of her father being a excusive for Ford motors . They have her life all planned out, but tension mounts with her mom and she. Her mom thinks she likes a another boy, whom is the son of his boss(James). Katy is smart girl and is not afraid to show it and for this James(bosses son) likes he and asks her out to a gathering in a country club. she wears a daring and tight red dress. the other girls look on in shock and envy because she has James attention. the unattended teens decide to have a after party ,and needle Katy for being so proper ,and she said we are going to a local Club. James to his credit plays along and they go, where she meets up with Havier a local waiter and he shows her how to dance and have fun the Cuban way, while James is talking politics with Havier''s brothers . He then decides its time to go, annoyed at the fun and attention Katy is getting. When in the car he tries to force him self on her, saying "you did not say no to him! " She tells him no and he persists, ripping her dress and she runs back into the bar, Havier sees her ripped dress and wants to confont James, but instead she is escorted home, and he gets fired for "mingling" She feels bad and sees a way to make it up and to enter a dance contest, grand prize is money and a going to USA, they get close as they practice and sneak around...... She makes James lie to the parents that he is taking her out and about or she will tell what he did to her. Beautiful dancing and human interaction. love story for the times.
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Ryzzer
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Audio problems on Digital version.
Reviewed in the United States on January 20, 2019
The movie is fine, exactly what you would expect. Something is wrong with the audio in the second half of the Digital Download version... Not sure if it was a transcode failure or what but there is a disturbingly noticible echo.
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Celestial Lady
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Uneven, disappointing; a script in search of a story
Reviewed in the United States on September 13, 2009
I liked the first Dirty Dancing movie, so when my husband raved about this one, I bought it instead of renting it first. It was a disappointment across the board, with just a couple of bright spots. The interaction between the girl and her father was touching. The acting by... See more
I liked the first Dirty Dancing movie, so when my husband raved about this one, I bought it instead of renting it first. It was a disappointment across the board, with just a couple of bright spots. The interaction between the girl and her father was touching. The acting by the two young stars was in character, but the script was not up to par and the rest of the actors were handicapped by the lines and situations they were required to deliver. It was shocking to see Patrick Swayze looking so old in this film. It didn''t do him or the film justice. He would have been better off in a serious role rather than the bit player he was here.

The scriptwriter tried to do too many things in this film and as a consequence, accomplished none of them. The acting, the dancing, and the overall production were disappointing, to say the least. None of it was credible. I cannot understand anyone getting excited by this film, but that''s just me and my tastes. The first "Dirty Dancing" film drew me in and caused me to care about the characters and what happened to them. I kept waiting for this to happen with this film, but it just never got there.
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lattecat
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fun
Reviewed in the United States on October 24, 2020
Interesting to see how Havana was at the time of the Castro revolution. Still unnerving to see the prejudice from the "Americans" of that time and realizing that little has really changed.

Great dancing!
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Eleanor Brae
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
very enjoyable
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 13, 2016
If you take this movie simply at face value,and discard any thoughts of the original dirty dancing, then what you have is just a very enjoyable, albeit not overly complicated ,film - lets face it, we are not talking about some obscure, worthy, art-house indie film here!...See more
If you take this movie simply at face value,and discard any thoughts of the original dirty dancing, then what you have is just a very enjoyable, albeit not overly complicated ,film - lets face it, we are not talking about some obscure, worthy, art-house indie film here! Plot-wise, you have Romola Garai as American high-schooler Katey, who has moved to 1958, pre-revolutionary Cuba with her family. Katey is clever and bookish, has read Homer''s The Odyssey, and is a little shy, but she can dance . In time she meets Cuban waiter Javier, played by the lovely Diego Luna, who introduces Katey to a) Havana, and b) the wonders of afro-cuban dancing, and together the two enter a latin ballroom dance competition, and get to know each other through dance. The plot of this film may seem like its simply by numbers and run of the mill - like i say, this is not exactly an art-house indie film, but there is lots to enjoy in this film, with various references to its famous predecessor. There are some lovely performances too - including English actress Romola Garai pulling off a convincing American accent, giving her character an intelligence and feistiness that make her a very likeable lead, a fun cameo from Mr Dirty Dancing himself, Patrick Swayze, and Mexican actor Diego Luna, making his pitch for heartthrob status in one of his first non spanish-speaking roles, playing free-spirited Javier, with roguish, lighthearted charm - and god can that boy dance! There are several set piece dance scenes, and Romola and Diego (both amateur dancers) perform them with conviction and passion, making you want to take up cuban dance lessons yourself - (preferably with an instructor that is a dead-ringer for Diego Luna! or maybe thats just me?). The film also has a fun modern r''n b soundtrack, which is enjoyable, even though the idea that you would have Christina Aguiilera, Shakira, or Black Eyed Peas music playing in pre-revolutionary Cuba does seem more than a little ridiculous. All in all, while it might not be reinventing the wheel in any way for its genre, this is a fun film that i have enjoyed watching time and again :)
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Salsatap
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
For someone who likes the style and dance of this romantic holiday story it is a good film
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 2, 2014
When I first watched this film I didn''t like it, the dance choreographer is a charlatan who really doesn''t understand how CUBANS dance, The lead actor is a Mexican speaking in a Cuban accent and with non-Cuban mannerisms, and even I could tell that. If you let those things...See more
When I first watched this film I didn''t like it, the dance choreographer is a charlatan who really doesn''t understand how CUBANS dance, The lead actor is a Mexican speaking in a Cuban accent and with non-Cuban mannerisms, and even I could tell that. If you let those things aside it is a beautifully shot well presented film, with a nice fell to it. Initially I hated the way the musical tracks start with a well known Cuban song phrase and then deteriorate into a conventional Puerto Rican sound, which is not at all Cuban in style. The music is not bad if you forget how nationalist these nations are and how different each countries music sounds. It is sad that, as usual with such studio productions, the cultural aspects are so "Hollywood" and lost. I suspect the whole thing was shot in Puerto Rico and used local musicians, thus getting round the American embargo on anything Cuban, even music. For all that it is a twee plot, well directed and acted and with some nice period looks. The photography does do the Cuban "feel" justice and some of the street shots do feel Cuban. The leads do a creditable job. I enjoyed it once I let go of my knowledge of Cuban music, politics and realised the choreographer hadn''t got a clue about real Cuban''s dancing. It really is nothing like dirty dancing, but it does sometimes feel like Cuba.
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Flugelhorn
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Dirty Dancing 2
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 1, 2009
This is a good film but not at all like the fun loving Dirty Dancing. There is romance and dancing but if you''re a Patrick Swayze fan and buying it for that reason you may be disapointed. I was to start with. I have grown to enjoy it more after thinking of it as ''Havana...See more
This is a good film but not at all like the fun loving Dirty Dancing. There is romance and dancing but if you''re a Patrick Swayze fan and buying it for that reason you may be disapointed. I was to start with. I have grown to enjoy it more after thinking of it as ''Havana Nights'', it is about Cuba and it''s people and the way they have been treated and must be seen as a completely different type of film as it tries to tell their story. Imformative to a point, but not what I was looking for in a film named after ''Dirty Dancing''. I am a devote Swayze fan and absolutely love the original which this is not.
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DavidC_Surrey
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Better than expected
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 21, 2013
I love the original movie. I wasn''t expecting much from this sequel but I was very pleasantly surprised. I also did not expect it to have Patrick Swayze in it, but there he is and although it is only a small part, it is very welcome and a nice touch. The lead boy, Javier,...See more
I love the original movie. I wasn''t expecting much from this sequel but I was very pleasantly surprised. I also did not expect it to have Patrick Swayze in it, but there he is and although it is only a small part, it is very welcome and a nice touch. The lead boy, Javier, didn''t appear to fit the bill initially but he grows on you as the movie progresses. I would recommend this to any Dirty Dancing fans but, like me, don''t go into it expecting too much and you won''t be disappointed. I mean; what sequels are better than the originals? You can count them on about 3 fingers!
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Karrie
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Dirty Dancing 2 Havana Nights
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 31, 2013
I love this film and watched it over and over for free. I knew I had to buy it though. I didn''t purchase it because the acting is brilliant, or I thought it would be like Dirty Dancing - I brought this film for the music because it is FANTASTIC. If this film doesn''t make...See more
I love this film and watched it over and over for free. I knew I had to buy it though. I didn''t purchase it because the acting is brilliant, or I thought it would be like Dirty Dancing - I brought this film for the music because it is FANTASTIC. If this film doesn''t make you want to dance (or ride an exercise bike like me) nothing will. I read lots of reviews and most of them were unfair about this film but if you keep an open mind and just enjoy it for what it is (just Light hearted and fun) you will enjoy the film. Karrie
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