Naomi Watts is pretty famous for funny footwork. She received a Screen Actors Guild nomination this year as Bill Murray's girlfriend, a pregnant Russian stripper, in "St. Vincent." When she won in a different category as a cast member of "Birdman," she tripped on the massive train of Emma Stone's dress and nearly fell walking up to the microphone.
But she's never hoofed it on film like her campy hip-hop bumbling in Noah Baumbach's "While We're Young." Playing a forty-something New Yorker trying to copy her young friend Amanda Seyfried at dance class, Watts takes off like a washing machine rattling through a spin cycle during a 7.0 earthquake.