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Step Up 2: The Streets (2008)

  • Rate: 5.7/10 total 30,486 votes 
  • Genre: Drama | Music | Romance
  • Release Date: 14 February 2008 (USA)
  • Runtime: 98 min
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Step Up 2: The Streets (2008)


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  • IMDb page: Step Up 2: The Streets (2008)
  • Rate: 5.7/10 total 30,486 votes 
  • Genre: Drama | Music | Romance
  • Release Date: 14 February 2008 (USA)
  • Runtime: 98 min
  • Filming Location: Baltimore, Maryland, USA
  • Budget: $23,000,000(estimated)
  • Gross: $148,424,320(Worldwide)
  • Director: Jon M. Chu
  • Stars: Robert Hoffman, Briana Evigan and Cassie Ventura
  • Original Music By: Aaron Zigman   
  • Soundtrack: Can't Help But Wait
  • Sound Mix: SDDS | Dolby Digital | DTS
  • Plot Keyword: Dance | Student | No Opening Credits | High School Student | Rain

Writing Credits By:

  • Toni Ann Johnson (written by) and
  • Karen Barna (written by)
  • Duane Adler (characters)

Known Trivia

  • To prepare for the role of Chase Collins, Robert Hoffman actually went into the Baltimore city underground dance scene and participated in competitive break dance circles.
  • Finalists from MTV’s Randy Jackson Presents America’s Best Dance Crew, the JabbaWockeez, appear in the movie briefly wearing their signature white masks.
  • The name of the dance team is “410”. 410 is the area code for telephone numbers in Baltimore.
  • Moose mentions that Blake Collins left MSA to dance with the Royal Ballet. Will Kemp (who plays Collins) was actually turned down by the Royal Ballet.
  • With a worldwide box office gross of $150,816,700, Step Up 2: The Streets outperformed its predecessor by just over $30 million.

Goofs: Continuity: During the final dance in the rain the character 'Hair' goes from wearing a black jacket and a red singlet in some shots while in others he's only wearing the red singlet.

Plot: Romantic sparks occur between two dance students from different backgrounds at the Maryland School of the Arts. Full summary »  »

Story: Following the death of her parents, teen-aged Andie West is living with her mother's best friend, Sarah. Andie, who doesn't care about school, is trying to figure out where she fits in in life. The only thing she loves is dancing with her street crew, the 410, led by Tuck. The 410 are the most notorious of the street crews in Baltimore and are wanted by the police for their acts of vandalism and public mischief. Sarah threatens to send Andie to live with relatives in Texas unless she cleans up her act, which includes ending her association with the 410 and trying harder at school. Andie's neighborhood friend, Tyler Gage, convinces Andie to audition for entry into the Maryland School of the Arts (MSA), an institution which ended up turning his life around for the better. Andie passes the audition but isn't sure she fits in there. The school's director, Blake Collins…Written by Huggo  


Synopsis: Andie (Briana Evigan) is a member of the 410 crew, she goes around showcasing her talents illegally.Tyler Gage (Channing Tatum)one of her oldest friends from her younger years, understands her love for street dancing to save her from being sent away to texas he gets her an audition for MSA – Maryland School of Arts. she gets in but only by the kindness of one guy Chase (Robert Hoffman) also a student at MSA. However, not only is he the most popular guy in school but his brother is it’s new director.

In Andie’s first class she is told to improvise, only used to upbeat music, she panics and makes a fool of herself, then when told to do it again she messes up again.Only this time catching the eye of Chase.she is made to attend after school classes- at the same time as the 4 1 0 ‘s dance rehearsal .After the lesson she heads down to rehearse with the crew, and she’s late not impressing her fellow crew members. After being late yet again and after mssing most rehearsals Andie is kicked out of the 410 crew and now cannot battle in ‘The Streets’.

On realising that she needs a crew Chase comes to her rescue, saying that under the radar in MSA there are a lot of people who would be skilled enough to join a crew. They find 10 people to join them in their crew, the MSA crew. They start practising and realise that they aren’t good enough to battle at ‘the Streets’ yet. So after embarassing themselves at the dragon in a dance battle against her old crew one of Andie’s fellow 4 1 0 ers decides to help them out. She helps them realise they have what it takes and make a prank, something that will help them get noticed. They stage their prank in the home of the lead member of the 410 crew. It doesn’t go down to well. But Chase and Andie are drawn together by their unavoidable attraction, they flirt and almost kiss while at a family barbeque being thrown by missy a former 4 1 0 member.

After this things go bad, the 4 1 0 track down Chase after he leaves the barbeque leaving him with a black eye, they head down to MSA and trash the school. The director finds out and orders the students to come forward if they know anything. However, he knows that Andie is somehow responsible and calls her to his office, where upon a discussion he expells her and she is left shattered…

A few days later while the school is hosting a fundraiser they all recieve the text message telling them where ‘The Streets’ is being held. Andie chooses the ignore this but the other feel it nesessary to take part and go call on Andie, upon convincing her they head down the 8th and Main. Upon arriving they feel unwelcome and are told they don’t fit in by the 410 crew. Andie doesn’t appreciate this as she knows that the true meaning of the streets is about bringing something new to the floor. So she leads them all outside for 1 last showdown……….


FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Erik Feig known as producer
  • Anne Fletcher known as executive producer
  • Jennifer Gibgot known as producer
  • Bob Hayward known as executive producer
  • Meredith Milton known as executive producer
  • Matthew Mizel known as co-producer
  • David Nicksay known as executive producer
  • Adam Shankman known as producer
  • Daniel Silverberg known as associate producer
  • Patrick Wachsberger known as producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Briana Evigan known as Andie
  • Robert Hoffman known as Chase
  • Adam G. Sevani known as Moose
  • Cassie Ventura known as Sophie
  • Danielle Polanco known as Missy
  • Christopher Scott known as Hair
  • Mari Koda known as Jenny Kido
  • Janelle Cambridge known as Fly
  • Luis Rosado known as Monster
  • Harry Shum Jr. known as Cable
  • LaJon Dantzler known as Smiles
  • Telisha Shaw known as Felicia
  • Black Thomas known as Tuck
  • Kmel Howell known as K-Mel (as Kejamel 'K-Mel' Howell)
  • Jeff 'Rapid' Ogle known as Rapid
  • Donnie 'Crumbs' Counts known as Crumbs
  • Ebone Johnson known as EBZ
  • Rynan 'Rainen' Paguio known as Kid Rainen
  • James 'Cricket' Colter known as Cricket
  • Alison Faulk known as Alstar
  • Alex 'Shorty' Welch known as Shorty (as Shorty Welch)
  • Troy Kirby known as Troy
  • Jeffrey 'Machine' McCann known as Machine (as Jeffery 'Machine' McCann)
  • Will Kemp known as Blake Collins
  • Channing Tatum known as Tyler
  • Sonja Sohn known as Sarah
  • J-Boog known as DJ Sand (as Boogie)
  • Amarr Merritt known as Charlie
  • Daisha Graf known as Blake's Class Dancer
  • Jimmie Jelani Manners known as Blake's Class Dancer (as Jimmie Manners)
  • Shane Rutkowski known as Blake's Class Dancer
  • Laura Edwards known as Blake's Class Dancer
  • Samantha Zweben known as Blake's Class Dancer
  • Patrick Brennan known as Blake's Class Dancer
  • Marian Licha known as Mrs. Serrano
  • Sarah Rivera-Scott known as Aunt Maria
  • Luis Salgado known as Alejandro
  • Katie Corrado known as Assistant
  • E. Dawn Samuel known as Admissions Panel
  • Ava Lenet known as Admissions Panel
  • Nick Cordileone known as Admissions Panel
  • Amanda Cieri known as MSA Auditionee
  • Hi-Hat known as Businesswoman on Subway (as Hi Hat)
  • Herbert Matz known as Older Man on Subway
  • Howard Chu known as Subway Family
  • Ruth Chu known as Subway Family
  • Lawrence Chu known as Subway Family
  • Jess Braden Cruz known as Subway Family
  • Gavin Danger Russell known as Subway Baby
  • Delia Goncalves known as News Reporter
  • Jamal Sims known as Bartender
  • Katie Berenson known as Goth Crew
  • Olivia Cipolla known as Goth Crew
  • Megan Kain known as Goth Crew
  • Kelly Lafarga known as Goth Crew
  • Carly Lang known as Goth Crew
  • Michaela Sprague known as Goth Crew
  • Jerry 'Flo' Randolph known as West Coast Rider (as Flo Master)
  • Chuck Maldonado known as West Coast Rider
  • Dondraico Johnson known as West Coast Rider
  • Rhapsody James known as West Coast Rider
  • Sharya Howell known as West Coast Rider (as Sharaya Howell)
  • Brandy Lamkin known as West Coast Rider
  • Binkie known as West Coast Rider
  • Gary Kendell known as Jabbawockeez Crew
  • Chris Gatdula known as Jabbawockeez Crew
  • Jeff Nguyen known as Jabbawockeez Crew
  • Philippe Tayag known as Jabbawockeez Crew
  • Kate Lacey known as Administrator
  • BettyAnn Leeseberg-Lange known as Vocal Coach
  • Dave Scott known as Car Stereo Guy
  • Julie 'Jules' Urich known as B Girl (as Jules Urich)
  • Nancy Thornton known as Ensemble Dancer
  • Chase Benz known as Club Dancer
  • Joanna Becker known as Subway Passenger (uncredited)
  • Courtney Bell known as Cello Girl (uncredited)
  • Boogie known as Dj Sand (uncredited)
  • Laura Bryce known as MSA Student (uncredited)
  • Natalie Christina known as Salsa Party Dancer (uncredited)
  • Michael Cohen known as Club Dancer (uncredited)
  • Paul Fahrenkopf known as Restaurant Patron / Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Daniel Ferro known as Dragon Club Patron (uncredited)
  • Thomas M. Hagen known as Rave Dancer (uncredited)
  • Rae Haskins known as MSA Student (uncredited)
  • Austin Honaker known as That Guy Not Dancing in the Rain (uncredited)
  • JabbaWockeez known as Jabbawockeez (uncredited)
  • Nicole Catrice Keller known as Street Dancer / Hip hop (uncredited)
  • T. Alloy Langenfeld known as Father with Baby on Metro (uncredited)
  • Suzanne M. Lee known as Club Dancer (uncredited)
  • Michael James Levy known as Dancer (uncredited)
  • Marili Mejias known as Missy's Friend (uncredited)
  • Brian Mercer known as MSA Student (uncredited)
  • Lauren Minite known as Dragon Club Girl (uncredited)
  • Adrian Nanney known as Dragon Club Patron (uncredited)
  • Chris O'Brocki known as Dragon Club Thug (uncredited)
  • Chelsea O'Toole known as Ballet Dancer (uncredited)
  • Manny Oliverez known as Neighbor (uncredited)
  • Norman Outlaw known as Neighbor (uncredited)
  • Mark J. Parker known as Dragon Club Dancer (uncredited)
  • Natasha Parnian known as Tara (uncredited)
  • Tom Pruitt known as Police Officer (uncredited)
  • Roger Sands known as Club Patron (uncredited)
  • Danielle Souza known as Street Dancer (uncredited)
  • Jake Stormoen known as Dan (uncredited)
  • Patrick Michael Strange known as MSA Student (uncredited)
  • April Tyler known as Club Goer (uncredited)
  • Torell Vinson known as Dragon Club Dancer (uncredited)
  • Sarah Wainio known as Dragon Club Patron (uncredited)
  • Kelley Welte known as Dancer (uncredited)
  • Sahrah Zarei known as Club Patron (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:
  • Lydia Bensimmon known as hair stylist (as Lydia Bensimon Benaim)
  • Ardis Cohen known as key hair stylist (as Ardis F. Cohen)
  • Charmaine Henninger known as hair stylist
  • Janice Kinigopoulos known as hair stylist
  • Cheryl 'Pickles' Kinion known as makeup artist
  • Sandra Linn Koepper known as key makeup artist
  • Annabelle MacNeal known as makeup artist
  • Ngozi Olandu known as second makeup artist (as Ngozika Olandu)
  • Janice Tunnell known as makeup artist
  • Sherri Bramlett known as additional hair stylist (uncredited)

Art Department:

  • I. Javier Ameijeiras known as concept illustrator
  • Bryan Badman known as construction foreman
  • Jamie Bishop known as on-set dresser
  • Erik Boring known as lead man
  • Michael Davis known as construction coordinator
  • Susanna Glattly known as scenic charge
  • Ruth Grizzard known as scenic artist
  • Leslie Heins known as painter
  • Healy Howard known as art department assistant
  • Billy 'Jilly Bones' Jones known as scenic gang boss
  • Kristine Kennedy known as painter
  • Kristina Kilpe known as assistant property master
  • Beth Morris known as art department coordinator
  • Ted Nolan known as construction shop foreman
  • Mike Raybould known as greens foreman
  • Jennie Hill Robinson known as key greens
  • Keith Sale known as leadman
  • David Scheper known as propmaker
  • Arthur Shippee known as property master
  • Mamie Stein known as props
  • Tiffany Zappulla known as assistant set decorator




Production Companies:

  • Touchstone Pictures (presents)
  • Summit Entertainment (presents) (producer)
  • Offspring Entertainment (in association with)

Other Companies:

  • Absolute Rentals  post-production rentals
  • Atlantic Records  soundtrack
  • BridgeStreet Worldwide  production housing
  • Dolby Laboratories  sound post-production
  • Hollywood Rentals Productions Services  grip and lighting equipment (as Hollywood Rentals)
  • Intelligent Media  international monitoring agency
  • Lightnin' Production Rentals  honeywagon: transportation equipment
  • Marshall/Plumb Research Associates  script research
  • MySpace  special thanks
  • Packair Airfreight  international logistics
  • Picture Mill, The  titles
  • Sony Pictures Studios Scoring Stage  music recorded at (as Sony Scoring Stage)
  • Technicolor Digital Intermediates  digital intermediate
  • Technicolor  release printing
  • Transportation Resources  transportation equipment
  • Walt Disney Studios  post-production sound services


  • Acme Film (2008) (Lithuania) (theatrical)
  • Cinestar (2008) (Philippines) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2008) (Switzerland) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2008) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2008) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. (2008) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Zon Lusomundo Audiovisuais (2009) (Portugal) (theatrical)
  • CK Entertainment (2009) (Japan) (DVD)
  • Film1 (2009) (Netherlands) (TV) (limited)
  • Nordisk Film Theatrical Distribution (2008) (Finland) (all media)
  • Odeon (2008) (Greece) (all media)
  • RTL Entertainment (2010) (Netherlands) (TV) (RTL5)
  • Tanweer Films (2011) (Bangladesh) (TV)
  • Tanweer Films (2011) (Bhutan) (TV)
  • Tanweer Films (2011) (India) (TV)
  • Tanweer Films (2011) (Maldives) (TV)
  • Tanweer Films (2011) (Nepal) (TV)
  • Tanweer Films (2011) (Pakistan) (TV)
  • Tanweer Films (2011) (Sri Lanka) (TV)
  • Touchstone Home Video (2008) (USA) (DVD)
  • Touchstone Home Video (2008) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Warner Home Video (2008) (Netherlands) (DVD)
  • Warner Home Video (2008) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray)



Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • CIS Hollywood (visual effects)

Visual Effects by:

  • Akemi Abe known as rotoscoping artist
  • Elika Burns known as roto/paint supervisor: CIS Hollywood
  • Gayle Busby known as visual effects producer
  • Shane Cook known as compositor: CIS Hollywood
  • Erin L. Nelson known as digital restoration
  • James P. Noon known as tracking
  • Kenneth Pelletier known as title designer: end title sequence
  • Prateep Siamwalla known as tracking
  • Wilson Tang known as digital restoration
  • Xye known as tracking
  • Craig Crawford known as digital compositor (uncredited)
  • Lucas Hull known as graphic artist (uncredited)

Release Date:

  • USA 14 February 2008
  • Malaysia 21 February 2008
  • Netherlands 21 February 2008
  • Iceland 22 February 2008
  • Lithuania 22 February 2008
  • Belgium 27 February 2008
  • Luxembourg 27 February 2008
  • Czech Republic 28 February 2008
  • Russia 28 February 2008
  • Estonia 29 February 2008
  • Greece 29 February 2008
  • Poland 29 February 2008
  • Germany 6 March 2008
  • Austria 7 March 2008
  • Latvia 7 March 2008
  • Philippines 12 March 2008
  • Switzerland 12 March 2008 (French speaking region)
  • Singapore 13 March 2008
  • South Korea 13 March 2008
  • Switzerland 13 March 2008 (German speaking region)
  • Thailand 13 March 2008
  • Slovakia 18 March 2008
  • Australia 20 March 2008
  • Israel 20 March 2008
  • Lebanon 20 March 2008
  • Ireland 21 March 2008
  • Romania 21 March 2008
  • UK 21 March 2008
  • Croatia 27 March 2008
  • Hong Kong 3 April 2008
  • Hungary 3 April 2008
  • France 9 April 2008
  • Ukraine 10 April 2008
  • Italy 18 April 2008
  • Turkey 25 April 2008
  • Egypt 4 June 2008
  • Finland 22 June 2008
  • Denmark 27 June 2008
  • Sweden 27 June 2008
  • Norway 4 July 2008
  • Spain 22 August 2008
  • Japan 6 February 2009 (DVD premiere)
  • Philippines 24 June 2009 (limited) (re-release)
  • Portugal 5 November 2009

MPAA: Rated PG-13 for language, some suggestive material and brief violence



Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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  1. LikeAn_Angel from Boston
    30 Mar 2012, 4:37 pm

    As with the last user who commented, the reason for this score waspurely the dancing. Now, to be fair, the acting abilities of the twomain characters was average…even above average at times…though notstellar. However, their dancing was freaking SICK. I've seen a lot, andsome of this freestyle was off the charts incredible. The only reasonthat I went to see this movie, in fact.

    Briana Evigan (Andie) is an amazingly talented dancer. Her acting wasactually not that bad, I was pleased. Robert Hoffman (Chase) was thetypical charming, blond-haired and privileged pretty-boy…with anedge. His dancing was phenomenal, they were both exciting to watch.Their chemistry together was enough to make it hard to tear my eyesfrom the screen. If the trailers entertain you, and you're a fan ofdance see this movie. Though the plot is weak, and the dialoguelaughable, the dancing is enough to make spending your $8 on the ticketmore than worth it.

  2. GibMart7 from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 4:37 pm

    I actually thought that the movie was pretty good. It's not as bad asthe reviews that it's getting, just don't go in expecting to get anOscar performance. The storyline was a little all over the place.Typical teen dance movie. BUT the dancing is amazing couldn't keep myeyes off the screen. Robert Hoffman did a decent job, he really laysthe charm in throughout the whole movie. The dance scenes make theentire movie. Ethnically, it is such a diverse cast of people, there issomeone for everyone to identify with. The soundtrack is insanely goodalso. By the end of it you will be quoting lines and wanting to dancefor sure.

  3. debikal from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 4:37 pm

    The story lacks substance, but I did not see the movie for story… Isaw it for the dancing and the dancing was great. I love all dancemovies though. This was definitely the movie with the best dancing, butnot necessarily the best storyline. Take the Lead was a better story,but the dancing could not compare. The new characters were cool too.They had pretty good chemistry. The movie kept me totally entertainedthe whole time even though it was totally predictable. Like I said thedancing was what I wanted to see and I was not at all disappointed. Thelast 15 minutes of the movie made it definitely worth an hour and ahalf of my time. If you like dancing you'll love it… if you don'tthen you won't!

  4. petya_89 from Bulgaria
    30 Mar 2012, 4:37 pm

    Alright, it doesn't have what it takes to get the Oscar…. BUT Ipersonally liked the dancing scenes, actually I was amazed by them …!In my opinion the movie deserves the 8 points, after I read how hardwas the shoot of the last dance .. in the rain… and after I saw themovie and the great dances I think this movie deserves a Highopinion…

    I would recommend it to people who want to get away for an hour and ahalf.. I enjoyed every minute of it…. the actors had some weakpoints, but all in all they did a good job to present the protagonistsin the movie and they did a GREAT job with the dancing scenes!

  5. sampodog from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 4:37 pm

    I certainly didn't have high expectations for this movie, but I figuredthe dancing would be fun. My expectations were exceeded, WAY exceeded.Sure it has a predictable plot and it's nothing more than aright-side-of-the-tracks/wrong-side-of-the-tracks love story (Pretty inPink, West Side Story, Romeo & Juliet, etc.), but the dancing wasreally incredible. I'm way older than the target audience and yet Ithoroughly enjoyed this movie.

    If you're looking for groundbreaking plot, acting, or directing, youwon't find it here. But the acting/directing was just fine, and thedancing was stellar. If you're concerned with the acting, I guess thatwould be like going to an action movie and judging it based on theacting rather than the action.

  6. asznballa10 from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 4:37 pm

    A movie like step up 2 or almost any dance movie for that mattertypically has poor writing/script and nothing beyond decent acting. thewhole point of these movies is to take your breath away with dancemoves and step up 2 does just that. trust me when i say this, the lastscene of the movie is one for our generation, one of the best dancescenes in any movie, creative and different it will shock you. ithought stomp the yard had good dance moves and it did but this movieactually outdid that movie. i normally do not like dance movies, i didnot like you got served, one of the worst movies ever made possibly, idid not like step up 1, etc. it starts slow to be honest and in thebeginning it's nothing that you or i haven't seen before but everythingcomes together in the end and its great, the last scene and the dancingis what makes the movie and worth the price of admission.

  7. britt46 from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 4:37 pm

    You guys over analyze…sit back and enjoy a great movie. I guess youhave to have a passion for dancing to enjoy it but if you don't thenjust don't ruin it for anyone else. We don't sit here and make fun ofyour little horsey movies or little car movies, everyone has their ownlikes and dislikes and if you enjoy dancing you will enjoy the movie.The actors/actresses are portrayed as very skilled dancers in thismovie and you eyes will be glued to the screen. Both Step Up movieshave GREAT choice in characters because the lead roles in both filmsare gorgeous. Both girls and guys. I am a big fan of dancing movies ingeneral, and these two both top my list. Ignore the bogus comments.Definitely worth watching.

  8. moviewizguy from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 4:37 pm

    A rebellious street dancer named Andie, part of Baltimore's mostintimidating dance crew, the 410, who is given a chance to attend theprestigious Maryland School of the Arts. She finds it difficult to fitinto her new school life while keeping her friends from the 410.Determined to prove her skills, she assembles an eclectic crew ofclassmates that includes Chase, the schools best dancer, to competeagainst the 410 in the premier underground dance battle in Baltimore,The Streets.

    I quite enjoyed Step Up, although the plot was clichéd and predictable,but the dance moves were good. Now picture that, times TEN! Anyonecrazy enough to see this movie for the plot should not see this film.Why would anyone see this movie? The dance moves.

    There are double the dancing sequences and double the greatness! I waswon over by it. The charming two leads and the lovable characters addas the cherry on top. The plot? There's nothing there. Been there. Donethat. However, if you set your expectations right, you'll be surprisedto turn out that you like this movie.

    Obviously, if you're an older person, you may not like this movie asmuch as if you're a teen. Of course, the demographics for this movie isto attract teens. All in all, this is about a notch or two better thanthe original, but plotwise, it's the same. Watch this movie for thedances. Not the plot. Otherwise, the piece is entertaining.

  9. darkloveforever_101 from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 4:37 pm

    "Step Up 2 the streets" is a movie that is for a fun, "no-thinking"outing. The sequel to the popular "Step Up" was obviously not as goodas the first (sequels and prequels never really are) but it was a funfilm to watch.

    There was a few good comedic scenes, and the street dancing really wasincredible, especially at the end of the movie. This kind of movie isobviously going to be a little bit predictable and cheesy, but still-it's fun to see with some friends on a Saturday night.

    Also, the soundtrack really helped improve the movie; there were manyexcellent, cool songs playing throughout the film, such as "The Way Iare" by Timbaland and "Low" by Flo-rida ft. T-Pain.

    If you give it a chance, you may enjoy it. It depends on whether or notyou enjoy feel-good, funny dance movies. If not, then don't go see it!The final verdict: Step Up 2 is a moderately fun film.

  10. LEonard Monichi from Singapore
    30 Mar 2012, 4:37 pm

    I didn't expected this movie to be much fun, but it was! The storyobviously wasn't that great and the ending was predictable. But thismovie didn't pretend to be "intelligent", it never tries it! The storyis told clearly and there aren't to much unnecessary scenes. Thedancing is good and there are various funny scenes! Everything aentertaining mainstream movie has to have. The acting is mostly OK, nomajor problems found, although there are a lot of stereotypes used inthe movie (the handsome white guy, the envious ex-girlfriend, the"Looser", the "bad" black guy,…). But which movie doesn't have them?I also like the soundtrack, a lot of good tracks can be hear with greatdancing performances. This movie deserves 5 out of ten points!

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