Rashida Jones

  • Actor

Press clippings

Office worker Bruce Garrett (Nick Frost) is seeking redemption on the dancefloor. He tucked away his sequins years ago after being bullied at school, but dusts them down when the new boss (Rashida Jones) he's fallen for turns out to be a salsa fan. Frost doesn't quite convince as a dancer, but he's a nimble comedian and there's plenty of support from a vibrant cast including Olivia Colman and Chris O'Dowd.

Paul Howlett, The Guardian, 5th May 2017

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Jacob Stolworthy, The Independent, 3rd August 2016

A bit like seeing Stan without Ollie or Eric minus Ernie, Nick Frost has ditched Simon Pegg to go it alone in a generally enjoyable if forgettable British romantic comedy.

Fans of Strictly should find plenty to enjoy here, even if the story is far from memorable.

Bullied by local yobs into hanging up his dancing shoes as a child, the now adult Bruce (Frost) it tempted to return to the ballroom after learning his foxy new boss is a huge salsa fan.

You don't need a degree in rom-coms to know the whole thing is going to end in a dazzling dance contest but, for an hour and a half, Frost and co-stars Rashida Jones and Chris O'Dowd provide amiable enough company.

David Edwards, The Mirror, 14th February 2014

Rashida Jones interview

As Quincy's daughter, Rashida Jones might have been just another Hollywood brat. But the Parks And Recreation star has a Harvard degree - and big plans for America's funniest women.

Hadley Freeman, The Guardian, 14th February 2014

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