Step Up 2: The Streets
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For detailed information about the amounts and types of (a) sex and nudity, (b) violence and gore, (c) profanity, (d) alcohol, drugs, and smoking, and (e) frightening and intense scenes in this movie, consult the IMDb Parents Guide for this movie. The Parents Guide for Step Up 2: The Streets can be found here.

Rebellious street dancer, Andie West (Briana Evigan) auditions at the Maryland School of the Arts (MSA) and, to her surprise, is accepted. However, the long school hours conflict with her work with the 410, a street dancing crew notorious for their acts of vandalism and public mischief, and Andie is kicked off the team. Also not in favor with MSA's new director, Blake Collins (Will Kemp), who insists on the students conforming to his dancing standards, Andie helps to form her own street dance crew using all the misfits from MSA led by Blake's brother Chase Collins (Robert Hoffman), who is tired of always being in his brother's shadow. Unfortunately, the presence of the MSA crew leads to hot competition from the 410. On top of that, when director Collins gets wind of the illegal street competitions, he threatens Andie with expulsion.

Step Up 2 is taken from a script by screenwriters Toni Ann Johnson and Karen Barna. It is a sequel to Step Up (2006) and is followed by Step Up 3D (2010), Step Up Revolution (2012), and Step Up All In (2014).

Channing Tatum has a small cameo in the beginning as his character (Tyler Gage) from the first movie, but none of the characters return in a major way.

No specific time frame is given, but Step Up 2 is definitely a sequel, evidenced when Tyler Gage mentions that he and Nora, both having graduated from MSA, are on tour together.

The MSA crew gets the message from Missy (Danielle Polanco) announcing that the Streets is going to be that night, and they decide to go, even if it means they will all be expelled from the school. The 410 gets their chance to do their routine to the rousing cheers of the audience. When the MSA crew tries to do their routine, however, they are told that they're not welcome and forced to leave, so they do their routine outside in the rain to the spotlights of several car headlights. The onlookers roar with applause and, from the look on the faces of Turk (Black Thomas) and his 410 crew, it's easy to tell that the MSA crew has bested the 410. After the dance is over, Director Collins, who was led to to the competition by Moose (Adam Sevani), congratulates Andie and re-instates her in the school. He also suggests that Moose might be in the wrong department, opening the door to him as a dancer. In the final scene, Chase and Andie kiss ...and kiss ...and kiss.

That could refer to a few scenes, but you might be after "Church" by T-Pain. Check here, it will list all the songs and the corresponding scenes.


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