Zoro, the city's hottest and most elusive graffiti writer. The actual story of the movie concerns the tension between Zoro's passion for his art and his personal life, particularly his ... See full summary »
'Lee' George Quinones,
Fab 5 Freddy
A troubled yet gifted young street dancer can help a famed dancer/choreographer to redeem himself, while winning the heart of a beautiful dancer, but will his violent past, personal demons, and the chip on his shoulder let him?
The shirtless dancer with black shorts and black hair dancing next to Jean Claude Van Damme is Van Damme's longtime friend and actor Michel Qissi. Michel would go on to play Jean Claude's rival in "Kickboxer" as the legendary Tong Po. See more »
When Adam and Kelly first meet Ozone and Turbo at the beach Ozone is heard saying "Hey Adam!" In that shot of him saying that, he actually smiling then, in the next shot talking. See more »
Hip-Hoping; is a thing to binge, Is where the stone-cold Nitro party begin, So listen party people with an ear to the street, The Cali' professionals and the socially elite, To the fly young guys, to the pretty girls, Ice-T is gonna tell you about that Hip-Hop world...
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A true b-movie classic... pop and lock it, baby. Everything about this movie is funny watching it today. The wardrobes are awesome. They're so bad that they're good. The acting is so stilted and straight that you can't help but dig it, and the storyline is very predictable, but somehow does the job, and gets you to remain interested in the story in a 80's kind of way. This whole film is almost camp now. But the Break dancing is off the chain... Breaking 2 - Electric Boogaloo is even better! I'm surprised movies used to be this simple? Amazing how times and movies change, seems like usually for the better if you're looking at it from a modern sensibility. It's dated, but totally cool and fun to watch with friends...
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