StreetDance 2 (PG)

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StreetDance 2

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<strong>Rating: </strong><span class='lf-avgRating'>3</span>/5

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Time Out says

Thu Nov 10 2011

This energetic sequel to the Brit hit ‘Streetdance’begins like a 3D globe trotting heist movie. Determined to form a winning street dance crew, Ash (Falk Hentschel) and Eddie (George Sampson) race around Europe whisking dancers off to Paris for a contest. It’s not clear quite how this is funded, or who’s in charge of the underage kid (Akai Osei-Mansfield). But reality has never had much of a grip on modern dance movies.

This sticks closely to the tried and tested formula, as Ash dares to dream of pioneering a new fusion style with sexy Latin dancer Eva (Sofia Boutella). Aside from a few comic set-pieces and routine romance, the focus is squarely on the dancing, which looks pretty impressive in 3D. Boutella shows promise beyond her day job as one of Madonna’s dancers but otherwise speaking parts are sensibly limited to those who can act.

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Rated:

PG

UK release:

Fri Mar 30, 2012

Duration:

85 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Dania Pasquini, Max Giwa

Cast:

Tom Conti, Falk Hentschel, George Sampson

Screenwriter:

Jane English

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Ian

I really rather enjoyed it. The 3D is excellent and the energy in the dancing is amazing. The plot is limited keeping to the simple man seeks redemption after humiliation and gets together a group of like minded individuals to assist in his Odyssey. The dancing is excellent especially when it shows the young street dance artists that dance is not just about posing and looking good and shows them the joys of latin dance and the art of seduction. Well worth a visit.

Jw

Highly enjoyable. My 9 year-old daughter loved it. We thought the first film was hard to beat but this is just as good.

long cat

I saw the first movie with an open mind and came out with nothing but raves 5 Stars for sure - Could they repeat it? YES resoundingly. Likeable characters and incredible dance moves with a little light comedy and romance chucked in, RECOMMENDED

long cat

I saw the first movie with an open mind and came out with nothing but raves 5 Stars for sure - Could they repeat it? YES resoundingly. Likeable characters and incredible dance moves with a little light comedy and romance chucked in, RECOMMENDED

scrumpyjack

How come a small budget Brit flick can, as the first did, deliver constantly crisp, impressive 3D where as many a U.S. blockbuster cannot? Kids will love it and, just like the last, it ain't a trial for adults to sit through (by ANY means, not least the fine looking two leads and a comfy Conti!) Dare I admit...the end "dance off" was THRILLING! 6+/10