Sara joins Julliard in New York to fulfill her and her mother's dream of becoming the Prima ballerina of the school. She befriends her roommates, Zoe and Miles, who teach hip-hop classes. ... See full summary »
A tight-knit group of New York City street dancers, including Luke (Malambri) and Natalie (Vinson), team up with NYU freshman Moose (Sevani), and find themselves pitted against the world's best hip hop dancers in a high-stakes showdown that will change their lives forever. Written by
Walt Disney Pictures
The movie's lead actors, Adam Sevani (Moose) and Alyson Stoner (Camille), had worked together previously in a number of JC Penney commercials, Missy Elliott music videos, and Adam Sevani's own YouTube "Thriller" remix. See more »
During the very first dance battle Moose has on his initial visit and tour of NYU, he knocks a street vendors colorful wares of their table onto the ground to make room for his dance move. When the camera changes angles, everything he knocked to the ground is missing. See more »
You know, some famous guy once said: "To Travel is better than to arrive." And I was like, "What?" Because I used to think that there was only one path to take to where you want to be in life. But, if you choose that one path, it doesn't mean you have to abandon all the other ones.I realize it actually what happens along the way that counts; the stumbles, the falls, and the friendships. It's the journey and not the destination. You just gotta, I guess, trust that the future is gonna work itself...
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At the beginning of the end credits there's a scene in which Jay Franco (aka J-Smooth) sits on a chair and performs an impressive catalog of finger tutting moves See more »
Move Shake Drop (Remix)
Written by Jean-Carlos Casely, Hugo Diaz, Luis Diaz, Flo Rida (as Tramar Dillard), Lazaro "DJ Laz" Mendez, Devin Lee Parker and Pitbull (as Armando Christian Perez)
Performed by DJ Laz featuring Casely and Flo Rida
Courtesy of VIP Music/Federal Distribution/Universal Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
Flo Rida appears courtesy of Poe Boy Entertainment, Inc./Atlantic Recording Corp. See more »
Okay, first of all, remember folks, that dancers aren't actors. And apparently no one was a writer either because the script sounded like it was written in about 10 minutes, BUT, this movie was thoroughly entertaining anyway.
Me and my hip hoppers saw this movie after dance class and we were NOT disappointed! When we weren't watching the mesmerizing dance routines, we were laughing out loud at the horribly cheesy dialogue and plot.
The best part of the movie,(besides the dancing), is the character Moose. He is our main protagonist and is the most believable in regards to acting and character development. He and his BFF have a more convincing romantic storyline than their two older beautiful people counterparts.
If you can kick back, relax, and enjoy the dancing and not take this movie too seriously, you will love it! Especially if you are a dancer.
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