What if a rom-com was shamelessly manipulative? And what if it was about three friends, not just one? That’s Cha Cha Real Smooth’s most profound and disturbing question.
When I first saw the trailer for this film, I assumed that Cha Cha Real Smooth would be a standard “women in peril” story. It is not. A romcom with a premise of this sort can go in many directions. The one I assumed would go “women in peril” did not. Instead, it went in an order I did not expect, and it was a much better film for doing so.
Introduction to The Cha Cha Real Smooth
The Cha Cha Real Smooth is a dance with a long history of being used in pop culture. It has been featured in movies, music videos, commercials, and even video games.
Anyone who watches TV or googles the term “Cha Cha” will see it on their search result list. Many websites teach how to do this dance because it’s so popular. But what exactly is this dance? You’ll find a few videos or articles about Cha Cha Real Smooth if you just googled it.
You’ll see that, for some reason, it’s tough to get a clear definition of the move. Many websites have tried to define this move by teaching it, but nobody has been able to do so correctly. That’s why I made this article: To try and give a clear explanation of what is the Cha Cha Real Smooth and why it came to be.
Names of the characters in The Cha Cha Real Smooth
Here are the celebrity’s names mentioned below:
- Cooper Raiff as Andrew
- Dakota Johnson as Domino
- Evan Assante as David
- Vanessa Burghardt as Lola
- Leslie Mann as Andrew’s Mom
- Brad Garrett as Stepdad Greg
- Raúl Castillo as Joseph
- Colton Osorio as Rodrigo
- Amara Pedroso as Maya
- Odeya Rush as Macy
- Brooklyn Ramirez as Margaret
- Kelly O’Sullivan as Bella
- Javien Mercado as Andrew
- Chris Newman as Andrew’s Dad
- Paul Hurley as Bartender
- Davina Reid as Cathy
- Lisa Velten Smith as Mrs. Ray
- Corrie Danieley as Jacob’s Mom
The storyline of The Cha Cha Real Smooth
On a night out on the town, Joe B. was feeling particularly brave. He was out to prove he wasn’t afraid of anything or anyone, not even his own shadow — until he heard the familiar voice of someone who might have been watching him too long…
It is a mysterious story about what is lurking in the darkness and how well we can decipher it.
Cha Cha Real Smooth is a film-noir tale set in the imaginary city of San Paris and tells the story of two friends with diverging ideas. One, Joe B., is a local celebrity whose life revolves around sex, drugs, and rock n’ roll, while the other one, Derek C., tries to anchor himself in reality by trying to be as normal as possible.
Cha Cha Real Smooth evaluate: This stunning Apple dramedy is one of the year’s most significant and a sure-fire Oscar contender.
Cha Cha has plenty of emotional surprises, all built into its riotous script, which I found to be fantastic. The movie can be a bit slow-paced, and gets off to a rough start due to some unpromising moments that get the film stuck in the expository phase and some exposition that could have been better delivered with more exuberance.
It’s got a lot of exposition in it, and I mean, it is a movie about ballet. But Cha Cha keeps things moving with lively dances and careful attention to the human relationships that compose its story.
The characters are all superbly realized, with their flaws and motivations made clear to us in the right places. The characters are also great at dancing, which is no small thing, with so many dance numbers taking center stage throughout.
So, what do you think about The Cha Cha Real Smooth?