Honey Daniels (Jessica Alba) does not appear in the film despite the title bearing her name, her mother and her dance studio do appear however, and she is mentioned a few times in dialogue. Also if looking closely at the shelf when Connie is watching Maria dance on TV, a photograph of Honey Daniels can be seen. See more »
Lauriann Gibson is reprising her role as Katrina from the first film despite being credited as Rebecca. See more »
This film tells the story of a girl who tries to build a new life after her release from a juvenile detention.
"Honey 2" starts off with a dance off in the detention, and we are introduced to the talented dancer called Maria. As she is forbidden to hang out with her former dance crew called 718, she finds a new dance crew (HD) and battles with 718 on the Battle Zone. The plot is as predictable and clichéd as can be, but it doesn't matter. What matters is the great dancing. I have to say the epic showdown is quite a disappointment, possibly because HD crew were wearing black and hence they do not stand out from the background. And maybe the choreography is not as epic and stunning as it should be. Anyway, "Honey 2" is still adequate entertainment to spend a relaxing evening in.
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