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Peyton R. Perrine II,
Sydney and Cameron are a happily engaged couple looking forward to their big day. There's one obstacle - Sydney is still married to Lisa, and as their home state won't recognize their marriage, a divorce is impossible.
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Stella S. Cheung,
Awful Movie. In fact is was so bad I signed up with IMDb just to write a review about this move in hopes to save someone the time this movie stills from you. The storyline is a rip off of Fresh Prince of Belaire(except poor white girl). Break dancing was only popular for a matter of Months 25 years ago. It's now or ever been a legitimate style of dance. Now it's a cliché Joke at best. There is absolutely nothing positive to say about this movie. Bad premise, bad timing for release(25 years late), Bad acting, and bad casting(although I'm sure it was hard to find a cast desperate enough to be involved in this career killer of a movie). The main character looks to be a 40+ year old white girl still trying to make it Big as a break dancer, as if that is even possible in real life. I'm sorry to anyone who has wasted any amount of time watching this abomination. The most tragic thing about this movie is that the money spent to make it could have went to help feed needy children across the world!
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