Step Up 2 the Streets details
|Formats:||PG DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Briana Evigan, Robert Hoffman, Adam G. Sevani, Will Kemp, Mari Koda|
|Director:||Jon M. Chu|
|Genres:||Drama - Crime, Music/Musical - Music - Rock/Pop, Romance|
Step Up 2 the Streets
|Run time:||1 hour 38 minutes|
|Rental release:||14 Jul 2008|
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Fantastic FilmBy nessluvsmatt (6 reviews) from Walsall , 31 Mar 2008
[Highly rated reviewer]I went to watch this the first day it came out at the cinema as i love the first one.
it was brilliant i dont know how anyone can not like it. The dancing is just unbelieavable and i have downloaded the music from the film. if u like hip hop and street dance then this is deffinately a film for you! i thought it was as good as the first.
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Missing the magicBy gianino (618 reviews) from London , 22 Mar 2013Channig cameo was the best part of this movie; he looks like a God and he dances like an angel :) I also liked the young kiddo with curly hair; a really good actor and good fun to watch. The rest though was a bit poor; the acting was bad, the dancing was poop and the main actor was not even that hot. I'd stick to the first Step up and the last one personally.
Thumbs downBy Hug (4 reviews) , 06 Mar 2013The first film was reasonably entertaining but this was pretty dire! Why don't these children get proper day jobs (you can tell how old I am!!) and the shock ending was naturally pretty well worked out before it all started.
Dancing to the Moon.By brightonman (19 reviews) from brighton , 17 Mar 2012I wasn't too sure what to expect from this kind of film, having not seen the first one. The storyline didn't have anything special about it. It was your typical hero type down on their luck, a bit of inspiration and it all works out good in the end. I just loved the street dancing in it, just Turbo Sick Dude! Awsum!
A real step downBy RJNeb2 (924 reviews) from London , 07 Feb 2012This sequels idea of innovation is to flip the sexes so this time its a rebellious girl teen who lands in trouble and is given a second chance at the Maryland School of Arts where of course it all fits into place for the run-up to the great climactic dance-off. If the first film was unoriginal, this is unoriginal plus, compounded by some truly arch dialogue that the actors have no idea how to sell. Newbie director Chu may know how to stage a fancy dance but he just lets his actors drift.
Just as good ...By Vixxy (7 reviews) , 10 May 2011Almost as good as the first one i think, I really enjoyed the first one..... Just enjoyed this one a little bit less, I prefered the guy in the first one, was good to see him in this one too tho.... Shame he didnt dance much tho!.