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Step Up 2 The Streets

Released on 14 July 2008

Featuring: Briana Evigan, Robert Hoffman & Will Kemp

Format: DVD | Rating: PG

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Set at the Maryland School of the Arts, Step Up 2 The Streets| revolves around dance student Patrick (Robert Hoffman) and rebellious new student Andie (Briana Evigan).

When rebellious street dancer Andie lands at the elite Maryland School of the Arts, she finds herself fighting to fit in while also trying to hold onto her old life. When she joins forces with the school's hottest dancer Chase to form a crew of classmate outcasts to compete in Baltimore's underground dance battle The Streets, she ultimately finds a way to live her dream while building a bridge between her two separate worlds.

  • Through Fresh Eyes: The making of Step Up 2
  • Outlaws Of Hip Hop: Meet the 410's
  • Robbert Hoffman Video Prank
  • Deleted Scenes with optional Intros By Director Jon M. Chu
  • Easter Eggs x 5

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 Average rating (83 reviews)

 Are you having a laugh

| | See all spikey58's reviews (16)

How old is everybody reviewing this film? Have you ever seen something that has won an oscar? "the best film I have ever seen?". I think you must have only watched 2 films in your life and that was probably Barbie?

This is the most diabolical - cheesy, badly acted, terribly scriptid, spine tingling embarassing film to hit celluloid or digital media. Dragged to watch by the girlfriend (I have some chivalry) I can honestly say I needed a winter ski coat to keep me warm from how cold I kep going with embarassment. You know the feeling when something is so bad you cant even loko at the screen, so you try to hide - this is it. For 90 minutes.

"Dancey" people will no doubt like it for the obvious reasons, if you think that kind of danncing is interesting to watch? But even that aside, it does not distract from just how bad this film actually is. I doubt if it was acquired on a buy one get one free - and this was a free film it would be worth a watch. Do something more entertaining, like watching a wall - at least it wont make you freeze and cringe with embarassment at everything which is done and said.

 Very enjoyable

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As an ex-professional dancer, I must say I jumped at the chance to go and watch this. Dance films usually aren't my scene as they depict dancers and everything associated therein in a very negative light but I absolutely loved this. I didn't get to see the first one, although I was told by a friend of mine that this wasn't a sequel as such, as none of the characters from the first film, with the exception of 'Tyler Gage' (Channing Tatum) return. The first thing that struck me about this film was the sheer innovation and incredible depth of the choreography. I haven't seen anything like it before and it really did make an excellent impression. I was very taken by 'Andie West' (Brianna Evigan), as her performance really captured what it's like to be dragged from one end of the cultural spectrum to the other. Not only is Brianna an exceptionally talented dancer, but she brings a vulnerability to the role that other actresses/dancers quite simply couldn't pull off. I was utterly amazed by the final dance sequence in the film, the dance off between Andie and Chase's group; the MSA, and Andie's old crew, the 410. The scale of the piece was what floored me most of all, add to that delightful mix some of the most inventive choreography ever seen and you have a phenomenally performed piece of work, timed, acted and directed to utter perfection. An amazing achievement.

 One of the best of the Flashdance genre.

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Ok, the story is not new, the outcome is predictable, but in every other sense, this is a good film. The dance sequences are amazing! inspired, energetic, and enthusiastic. If you are into Flashdance, you will love this.

 amazing

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spikey58 shut up man you don't know what your talking about, this film is by far the best dance film i've ever seen. your the only one who thinks otherwise

 Nice moves!

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I gotta say, I saw this and i prefer rock mostly, but i thought this was a lot better than School of Rock .No offense to anyone who likes school of rock.
(In terms of films which have "performance arts" in them obviously, which they both have)

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ActorsBriana Evigan, Robert Hoffman, Will Kemp, Cassie Ventura, Adam G. Sevani & Telisha Shaw
DirectorJon Chu
CertificatePG
Year2008
ScreenWidescreen 1.85:1 Anamorphic
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1)
Additional LanguagesFrench
SubtitlesEnglish For The Hearing Impaired ; French
Duration1 hour and 34 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.