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Dream To Believe  [DVD]
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Robin Crew (Olivia d'Abo) is a 16-year-old gymnast adjusting to life after the car accident that killed her father and badly injured her leg. She is full of strength and determination to move forward with her life and to do so successfully. Her story is one of love and friendship, courage and hope, faith and dreams. Tommy (Keanu Reeves) provides the loving teen-age support that helps Robin overcome the many obstacles encountered in her young life. With the help of her coach (Rita Tushingham), she lives life with the spirit of a champion and eventually leads her team to compete in the national meet.
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Not very realistic in the gymnastics department but then, no "gymnastics" movie ever is. I am going to get it out of nostalgia and will let you know how it holds up nearly 20 years (!) later....
A must for Keanu fans....
Ke gives a good early performance as geeky Tommy Werneki, who gets the girl and helps her overcome her trials.
He looks awfully cute and fresh looking and his love scene is tender and caring.
Add this to your collection....!
It's about a girl named Robin (Played by Olivia D'Abo) who is badly injured from a car accident that also cost her father's life. So the accident prevents her from competing in gymnastic tournaments, she is often picked on during her classes and eventually she meets some wild kid named Tommy (Played by Keanu.) Robin, when not in training, works part-time, along with her mother and stepsister, at a Laundromat owned by her abusive stepfather. Eventually she is chosen to compete.
Overall, Keanu alone and some catchy 80s tunes are what prevent me from giving this 1 star, and it's also not one of the worst movies ever, but still far from good. The DVD itself is not getting any medals either as it appears to be sourced from an old VHS and towards the end, the sound goes out of sync and when the end credits are almost over, it fades to black, even though sound can still be heard. So this can probably be passed as a bootleg. The DVD artwork makes no sense either as it has what appears to be recent photos of Keanu and Olivia and the background has nothing to do with the movie, as it's also not in the movie itself, so the cover's obviously photoshopped. In any case, avoid at all costs, unless you're a Keanu fanatic. I probably won't be hanging to it any longer. I'm probably gonna give it to The Cinema Snob, who's a great YT critic btw. Hey, if any of you have any crappy movies that they no longer want in their sight, feel free to donate to him to keep his show running.