Dance Flick is a wonderful comedy. This movie can be enjoyed by people of all ages. It is not simply for people who are interested in or love dance, but it is also for the person that does not have any prior knowledge of dance. This movie allows everyone to enjoy the work that is put into every dance routine while at the same time finding humor in the stress that can come along with creating the perfect dance. No matter what type of dance the viewer prefers, there are several options available for the viewer to enjoy: ballet, crumping, free style, synchronized group, rave, and plenty more. This movie also explores the different aspects of friendship, loss, love, pursuing one’s dreams or goals, and forgiveness. The story begins with two inner city boys that have a brotherly type of friendship. The boys get into some trouble after a dance battle goes wrong and they are left without the dance money that they thought they would win. Meanwhile, a girl from the suburbs, who is a lover of dance, experiences a great loss in her life. Because of this loss she is forced to leave her life in the suburbs and move to the inner city with her father. She quickly notices the differences in her new life and old life from her home to the school. With her father she has a less than perfect home life and with school she experiences a new world of dance, music, and culture. The story becomes more interesting when the two boys from the inner city meet up with the inner city girl because they begin to teach her some new dance moves to help her to pursue her dream to go to Julliard. As their adventure continues the girl begins to adjust to her new surroundings and the boys realize that they must come up with a way to win the money from the battle that they lost. As the story wraps up the two boys and the girl realize that the only way to earn the lost money back is to create a new dance group and battle it out together. They realize that every person has their own strengths and dance techniques that can be used to win the battle despite each of their backgrounds.