Street dancer Skyler comes out of the shadow of her trained dancer sister, Tosha, & joins a dance competition with the Honey dance studio; the prize is a college scholarship.

Director:

Bille Woodruff

Writer:

Robert Adetuyi
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Cast

Credited cast:
Teyana Taylor ... Skyler
Bryshere Y. Gray ... Tyrell
Sierra Aylina McClain ... Tosha
Charmin Lee ... Jada
Candice Craig Candice Craig ... Eva
Joel Rush ... Luke
Brya Wood ... Maya
Lawrence Kao ... Jamaica
Kwajalyn Brown ... April
Paige Fralix ... Nia
Josh Ventura ... Derrick
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bobby Akers Bobby Akers ... Underground Club Goer
Jay Battle Jay Battle ... Honey Hopeful / Principal Dancer
Chel Brickhouse Chel Brickhouse ... Dance Competition Attendee
Oneva Cook Oneva Cook ... Audience
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Storyline

Aspiring street dancer Skyler (Teyana Taylor) is at a major crossroads in her life. She's decided to try-out for the same dance crew as her formally trained sister Tosha (Sierra McClain) in order to compete for a college scholarship, but is discouraged by her family and boyfriend who doubt that her raw, edgy talent is enough for her to win. Determined to prove them all wrong, Skyler practices nonstop in Atlanta's underground dance scene and catches the eye of Tyrell (Bryshere Y. Gray). He helps her take her sexy dance and hip-hop battle skills to the next level in order to achieve her dreams.

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sequel | fourth part | dance movie | See All (3) »

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Drama | Music

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for suggestive content and some language | See all certifications »
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Connections

Follows Honey (2003) See more »

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GUCCI PRADA
Written by OUTSIDERSWWI
Performed by Outsiderswwi
[song from 29:30]
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6.5 to 7/10. Not as bad as the others
21 June 2020 | by godsdesignSee all my reviews

I can't lie: I've hated the "Honey" franchise. The dancing is always basic and the storylines were never great. I guess you don't really watch Honey for that.

This movie, though, was solid. It was nice to watch people who danced and looked to enjoy it. The chemistry among the cast throughout this film was noticeably better, too. I still wish the storyline was stronger but I did enjoy it.


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Release Date:

3 April 2018 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Honey: Rise Up and Dance See more »

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