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Honey 2 (2011)

  • Rate: 4.5/10 total 1,460 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy | Drama | Music
  • Release Date: August 2011 (USA)
  • Runtime: 110 min
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Honey 2 (2011)


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  • IMDb page: Honey 2 (2011)
  • Rate: 4.5/10 total 1,460 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy | Drama | Music
  • Release Date: August 2011 (USA)
  • Runtime: 110 min
  • Filming Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Director: Bille Woodruff
  • Stars: Kat Graham, Randy Wayne and Aaron Benjamin
  • Original Music By: Tim Boland  Sam Retzer   
  • Soundtrack: Goodbye Forever
  • Plot Keyword: Dance | Dancer | Second Part | Numbered Sequel | Sequel

Writing Credits By:

    (in alphabetical order)

  • Alyson Fouse 
  • Blayne Weaver 

Known Trivia

    Plot: Recently released from juvenile detention, talented dancer Maria Ramirez finds an outlet for her passion with a new dance crew.  »

    Story: Recently released from juvenile detention, talented dancer Maria Ramirez finds an outlet for her passion with a new dance crew.


    Synopsis: The legacy of legendary dancer and choreographer Honey Daniels lives on in spirited 17-year-old Maria Ramirez (Kat Graham). After a brush with the law, Maria has returned to her gritty Bronx roots to rebuild her life with nothing but a talent for street dance and a burning ambition to prove herself. She finds refuge in the place that made her feel most alive as a kid at the rec center where Honey’s exuberant classes first ignited her passion for dance.

    Keeping on a straight and narrow means living with Honey’s mom Connie (Lonette McKee) and holding down a job just to make ends meet. But a rare night out at a local dance club gives her an opportunity to let loose with a joy and energy she had almost forgotten. Maria’s killer moves catch the eye of Brandon (Randy Wayne), a rec center volunteer, who invites her to help him transform a group of gifted but indisciplined dancers called the HD’s.

    Maria’s skills also attract the attention of her old boyfriend Luis (Christopher 'War' Martinez), the charismatic leader of the award winning 718 dance crew, who hopes to lure her back into the street world she is trying to escape. Seeing a chance at creating a new and meaningful life, Maria pours her heart and soul into dance and begins training the HDs to compete on the television dance competition "Dance or Die" which means going up against the 718 and Luis. Like Honey before her, Maria rediscovers the thrill of dancing as she finds out who she truly is and where she belongs.


    FullCast & Crew

    Produced By:

    • Paul Hellerman known as producer
    • Marc Platt known as executive producer

    FullCast & Crew:

    • Kat Graham known as Maria Ramirez (as Katerina Graham)
    • Randy Wayne known as Brandon
    • Aaron Benjamin known as Production Assistant
    • Seychelle Gabriel known as Tina
    • Ariana Berlin known as 718 Crew #3
    • Lonette McKee known as Connie
    • Luke Broadlick known as HD Crew #1
    • Melissa Molinaro known as Carla (as Melissa Smith)
    • Kimberly Brooks known as Maria's Case Manager
    • Kelly Connolly known as Girl In Club
    • Justin Deanda known as HD Crew #2
    • Gerry Bednob known as Mr. Kapoor
    • Laurieann Gibson known as Celebrity Judge Rebecca (as Laurie Ann Gibson)
    • Brandon Gonzales known as Officer Blaine
    • George Alexander known as 718 Crew #1 (as George 'Gee' Alexander)
    • Alexis Jordan known as Herself
    • Mario López known as Celebrity Host
    • Kallie Loudon known as Julissa / Juvie Crew
    • Michelle Maniscalco known as 718 Crew #4 (as Michelle 'Jersey' Maniscalco)
    • Christopher 'War' Martinez known as Luis (as Christopher 'War' Martinez)
    • Rosero McCoy known as Jonas
    • Brandon Molale known as Officer Gordon
    • Marisa Chen Moller known as Juvie Guard
    • Juan Monez known as 718 Crew #5
    • Tyler Nelson known as Darnell
    • Audrina Patridge known as Hot Celebrity Judge
    • Wesley Quinn known as 718 Crew #6 (as Wesley Adam Quinn)
    • Brittany Perry-Russell known as Lyric
    • Casper Smart known as Ricky (as Beau 'Casper' Smart)
    • Maxwell Smith known as Little Boy
    • Richard Steelo Vasquez known as Jean Paul Martin
    • Aviel Ayoung known as 718 Crew #2 (as Aviel 'Av' Young)
    • Alexis Boyd known as Juvie Crew (as Alexis A. Boyd)
    • Comfort Fedoke known as Juvie Crew
    • Michele Garman known as Juvie Crew (as Michele 'Soulchild' Garman)
    • Janelle Ginestra known as Juvie Crew
    • Ryan Feng known as Quest Crew
    • Brian Hirano known as Quest Crew
    • Victor Kim known as Quest Crew
    • Hokuto Konoshi known as Quest Crew (as Hokuto 'Hox' Konoshi)
    • Ryanimay known as Quest Crew
    • Aris Paracuelles known as Quest Crew
    • Steve Terada known as Quest Crew
    • Ronnie Abaldonado known as Supercrew (as Ronnie 'Ronnie Roy' Abaldonado)
    • Michael Carrasco known as Supercrew (as Michael 'Murda Carrasco)
    • Angelito Casal known as Supercrew (as Angelito 'Vex' Casal)
    • Jonathan Cruz known as Supercrew (as Jonathan 'OO.Knock' Cruz)
    • Abenamar Honrubia known as Supercrew (as Abenamar 'Bboy Ben' Honrubia)
    • Rufino 'Rockadile' Puno known as Supercrew (as Rufino 'Rockadile' Puno)
    • Matt Cady known as Fanny Pak
    • Phil Collins known as Fanny Pak
    • Beau Fournier known as Fanny Pak (as 'Beau' Fournier)
    • Tiffani Grant known as Fanny Pak
    • Cara Horibe known as Fanny Pak
    • Megan Lawson known as Fanny Pak
    • Glenda Morales known as Fanny Pak (as Glenda Menisa Morales)
    • Lindsey Blaufarb known as Beat Freaks
    • Teresa Espinosa known as Beat Freaks
    • Alison Faulk known as Beat Freaks
    • Joel Daley known as Strikers All Stars
    • Lloyd Gordon known as Mime
    • Austin Hawkins known as Principal Dancer (as Cyrah Hawkins)
    • Otheus Manuel known as Strikers All Stars
    • Brandon Germon Mitchell known as Strikers All Stars
    • Andrew Nienu known as Freestyle Dancer
    • Dawn Noel known as Tango Dancer (as Dawn Noel Pignuola)
    • Peterson Thelisma known as Strikers All Stars
    • Alexandra Amadio known as Production Assistant (uncredited)
    • Edwin J. Bennett known as Lead Step Dancer (uncredited)
    • Tallie Brinson III known as Strikers All Stars (uncredited)
    • Ayesha DeRaville known as Camera Tech (uncredited)
    • Felicia Dillon known as Juvenile Delinquent (uncredited)
    • Riyaana Hartley known as Specialty Dancer (uncredited)
    • Fatimah Hassan known as Mother #1 (uncredited)
    • Cyrah Hawkins known as Principal Dancer (uncredited)
    • Jossara Jinaro known as Hip-Hop Dancer (uncredited)
    • Matthew Jordan known as Dance Battle Fan (uncredited)
    • Greg Kuk known as Club Dancer (uncredited)
    • Waymond Lee known as Dance Battle Fan (uncredited)
    • Reese Nance known as Strikers All Stars Dancer (uncredited)
    • Westley Nguyen known as Crew Dancer (uncredited)
    • Duncan Tran known as Himself (uncredited)
    • Ivan 'Flipz' Velez known as Flipz (uncredited)
    • Peipei Yuan known as Freestyle Dancer (uncredited)



    Supporting Department

    Makeup Department:
    • Sterfon Demings known as hair department head
    • Gigi Williams known as makeup department head

    Art Department:

    • Shant Balkian known as set dresser
    • Jamie Collelo known as property production assistant
    • Richard Ewan known as on set painter
    • Craig Gadsby known as leadman
    • Michael C. Magno known as set dresser
    • Amanda Mendonca known as buyer
    • Carl Nunez known as greens foreman
    • Abigail Sheiner known as art department coordinator
    • Amy Lynn Umezu known as storyboard artist
    • Justin Freibrun known as set dresser (uncredited)




    Production Companies:

    • Universal Pictures (presents)
    • Marc Platt Productions
    • MFV Productions

    Other Companies:

    • Alternative Rentals  camera equipment provided by
    • Anarchy Post  ADR Recording Facility
    • Anarchy Post  foley recording
    • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera cranes
    • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies
    • Direct Tools & Fasteners  expendables
    • Intelligent Media  international monitoring agency
    • Jeff Olan Casting  extras casting
    • Panavision Remote Systems  Supertechno cranes provided by
    • Pivotal Post  Avid HD Editing Equipment Provided By
    • Reel Security  production security


    • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2011) (Belgium) (theatrical)
    • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2011) (France) (theatrical)
    • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2011) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
    • Argentina Video Home (2011) (Argentina) (DVD)
    • Argentina Video Home (2011) (Argentina) (DVD) (Bu-ray)
    • United International Pictures (UIP) (2011) (Argentina) (all media)
    • Universal Pictures Benelux (2011) (Netherlands) (DVD)
    • Universal Pictures Benelux (2011) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
    • Universal Studios Home Entertainment (2012) (USA) (DVD)
    • Universal Studios Home Entertainment (2012) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
    • Waylen Group (2011) (Taiwan) (video)



    Other Stuff

    Visual Effects by:
    • Damian McDonnell known as digital colourist
    • Gary Oldroyd known as visual effects consultant
    • Eric Potter known as visual effects
    • Stefan Rachev known as digital artist
    • Jason Wilson known as visual effects artist
    • Petko Zhivkov known as digital artist

    Release Date:

    • Ireland 10 June 2011
    • UK 10 June 2011
    • Germany 23 June 2011
    • Slovenia 7 July 2011
    • Belgium 20 July 2011
    • France 20 July 2011
    • USA August 2011
    • Netherlands 4 August 2011
    • Italy 5 August 2011
    • Argentina 15 November 2011 (DVD premiere)

    MPAA: Rated PG-13 for some sexual content and language



    Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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    1. gunesergun from Turkey
      29 Mar 2012, 2:37 pm

      Let me begin with saying that I do love dance movies, even though howcheesy the acting may be I like to watch people dancing. And I believethat I've seen most of these type of movies and for those who are likeme would agree with me when I say that throughout the movie the HD crewwas the worst one and seeing them getting through each round isdefinitely not believable.

      I might be saying this because I know the Quest Crew, The Beatfreaksfrom ABDC, but still it is very obvious that even in the movie theydance better. I don't know what other people think but I left watchingwhen they were doing basic salsa moves and they probably will beat theamazing Quest Crew with that.

      I am okay with bad acting but at least give us some great dancing sothat we can actually see the end of the movie.

    2. bobman999 from Southampton, England
      29 Mar 2012, 2:37 pm

      This was worse than I expected, and I did not even expect that much.The quality of this movie might just explain its rather limited cinemarelease here in the UK. Firstly, the film has minimal relevance to itspredecessor. The dance moves and lead character are on a far differenttone. How? It appears to have been sexualised, and this has ruined itin my honest opinion. This film had more in common with 'You gotserved' than Honey 1. At least 'You got served' had brilliant dancingand a climatic showdown at the end (more important for such a movie).We have cheesy acting, cheesy dancing & slutty tones all over. We aresupposed to feel sorry for the lead character when she decides to hookup with her ex, after he demonstrated how thuggish he still was at anightclub by picking a fight with her dance partner. We are supposed tobelieve that the police are dumb enough not to search the girlfriend ofsomeone who has a history of narcotics possession when he is stopped. Idon't know about the U.S, but over here in the U.K they can still holda juvenile female suspect until a female officer arrives to carry out abody search. Not in this case, they just leave the scene believing allis OK! We are supposed to believe that a dance competition would allowa lead member of a competing dance group to sit on the audition judgepanel! To top it all off, our star dance crew blatantly rips off Stepup 3 with their kit in the end scene. I had some hopes for this movie,and tried to like it, but there was too much cheese and stupiditythrown in my face. And I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one to notice.

    3. Sennyonelove from Ukraine
      29 Mar 2012, 2:37 pm

      I appreciate good movies (dance included) but this one is just aninsult on the viewers and Honey 1. Firstly the storyline is nothing towrite about, acting and dancing are borderline annoying and the leadact is nothing close to Jessica Alba….. Remember in the beginningwhen Mrs Daniels said if anyone would be like Honey it would be Maria,big lie…. Truth is she sucks, the whole movie is whack by allstandard. Someone who is supposed to be a role model gives in to everychallenge and test no matter how little and unnecessary they are. Thechoreography in Honey 1 is way better than this despite the fact thatit's much older. I guess the producers didn't put much thought intothis, if not they shouldn't have made this, even if they would itshould have been under a totally different name because there is nocomparison between this and Honey 1

    4. norbert9 from United States
      29 Mar 2012, 2:37 pm

      Honey 2 is the best dance movie of all times.

      The reasons why I think so: 1) The dancing/choreography is awesome. Shehits so hard. Look at the first scene in jail, for example. The group'sweakest performance is probably the final on battle zone. 2) The secondmost important reason why I dig this movie is: The message it sends isdeeper, better, and more realistic than in Step Up 1 & 2 and otherdance movies. It's about dealing with problems by being constructiverather than destructive. It's about tensions within the group. In someof the other dance movies, the message is so pathetic, I don't evenwant to mention it. 3) The movie is so packed with dance scenes. I'dsay it has more cumulative dance time than any other movie. 4) Theactors are so cute and can actually dance. No doubles as in DirtyDancing. 5) I just really like it, especially Kat and the girls, butreally all of the HD group. The characters and lines of the girls blewme away.

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