When a hip hop violinist busking in the New York subway encounters a classical dancer on scholarship at the Manhattan Conservatory of the Arts, sparks fly. With the help of a hip hop dance crew they must find a common ground while preparing for a competition that could change their lives forever.Written by
Michael Damien,the director of the film appears in one of the scenes where Johnny is busking on the subway.He is seen throwing money in the basket and complimenting Johnny's music while Johnny seems ungrateful and he sarcastically tells Johnny"you're welcome" as if Johnny thanked him See more »
Yes, I've been humble since our last meeting which I want to apologize for.
You don't have to do that; I was being pushy, when I don't even know you.
[Pulls her close]
Do you want to?
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What a gem of a film. I wasn't expecting much when I hit the 'Play' button, but as I kept watching, I was surprised at how good it turned out to be. It was predictable at times and yet I found myself still rooting for the main characters. Have you ever started watching a movie and during the opening credits, you start scrolling through your cell phone? That's what I did in the beginning. After hearing the music, I looked up, put my cell phone down and stared enjoying the scenery in the 1st few minutes. I was hooked after that. If you have seen a lot of dance movies (Step-up, Save the Last Dance, Stomp the Yard) I suggest you give this film a chance. It might surprise you, like it did me.
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