Heavenly Bodies

  • 1985
  • Movie
  • R
  • Drama

HEAVENLY BODIES is not the biography of Galileo. In fact, it isn't much of a story at all. In this Canadian feature, which tried to cash in on the aerobics craze, Dale is an anonymous steno in a secretarial pool. She and her pals dream of opening their own dance studio, and in no time at all, with no visible means of support, they turn an old warehouse...read more

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HEAVENLY BODIES is not the biography of Galileo. In fact, it isn't much of a story at all. In this Canadian feature, which tried to cash in on the aerobics craze, Dale is an anonymous steno in a secretarial pool. She and her pals dream of opening their own dance studio, and in no time at

all, with no visible means of support, they turn an old warehouse into a high-tech dancercize studio called, of course, Heavenly Bodies. Her classes are so successful that she ends up on the wrong side of Alton, who owns a rival studio. It's yet another copy of FLASHDANCE, and Dale even looks a

bit like Jennifer Beals. The film has a few funny moments, especially the final sequence when the rival exercise parlors have their competition televised, thus making it appear like the Pillsbury sweat-off. The choreography from Brian Foley is fairly good, though it looks a great deal like so many

other movies of the genre.

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  • Released: 1985
  • Rating: R
  • Review: HEAVENLY BODIES is not the biography of Galileo. In fact, it isn't much of a story at all. In this Canadian feature, which tried to cash in on the aerobics craze, Dale is an anonymous steno in a secretarial pool. She and her pals dream of opening their own… (more)

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