Step Up 2 The Streets

Step Up 2 The Streets

Step Up 2 The Streets
A sequel to the dancing movie Step Up, this time focusing on the romance between two dance students from different backgrounds at the Maryland School of the Arts.
2008Rating: PG, Medium Level Violence97 minsUSA
DramaMusical

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shot guys

hey you are so the best ..... you so rock... It will be so cool if you can come to my school and do a performance....... hard .. and you so rock hahahahah... hehehehe ... please

5.0
Variety

Variety

press

With more dancing and less Channing Tatum than the original, "Step Up 2 the Streets" offers the illusion of edgier fare than "High School Musical," but uses much the same formula to separate youngsters from their allowance. In this contempo fairy tale, an orphan girl and her bashful love interest learn self-expression through street dancing. Rather than mixing classical and modern styles the way "Step Up" did, this hip-hop-powered sequel is all about new moves, which should keep the kids coming back after the pic's initial Valentine's Day crush.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

The inevitable sequel to "Step Up," 2006's surprise summer hit, "Step Up 2 the Streets" provides another dose of what its target teen audiences want: up-to-the-minute urban street dancing performed by sexy young stars displaying toned physiques and killer abs. As strictly formulaic as its predecessor, this installment generally gets the job done, essentially resembling a longform music video interrupted by a perfunctory plot.

Premiere Magazine

Premiere Magazine

press

The reason for all this dull-to-offensive story stuff is, of course, the dancing, which has its moments but overall seems so calculated to impress that it loses all other reason for being.

Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune

press

The best of “Step Up 2” really does smell like teen spirit, even if many of its performers have been out of school for a while now.

Variety

Variety

press

With more dancing and less Channing Tatum than the original, "Step Up 2 the Streets" offers the illusion of edgier fare than "High School Musical," but uses much the same formula to separate youngsters from their allowance. In this contempo fairy tale, an orphan girl and her bashful love interest learn self-expression through street dancing. Rather than mixing classical and modern styles the way "Step Up" did, this hip-hop-powered sequel is all about new moves, which should keep the kids coming back after the pic's initial Valentine's Day crush.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

The inevitable sequel to "Step Up," 2006's surprise summer hit, "Step Up 2 the Streets" provides another dose of what its target teen audiences want: up-to-the-minute urban street dancing performed by sexy young stars displaying toned physiques and killer abs. As strictly formulaic as its predecessor, this installment generally gets the job done, essentially resembling a longform music video interrupted by a perfunctory plot.

Premiere Magazine

Premiere Magazine

press

The reason for all this dull-to-offensive story stuff is, of course, the dancing, which has its moments but overall seems so calculated to impress that it loses all other reason for being.

Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune

press

The best of “Step Up 2” really does smell like teen spirit, even if many of its performers have been out of school for a while now.

shot guys

hey you are so the best ..... you so rock... It will be so cool if you can come to my school and do a performance....... hard .. and you so rock hahahahah... hehehehe ... please

5.0