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"Teo Worlds. One Dream."
  • PG-13
  • 2010
  • 1 hr 38 min
  • 5.8  (11,620)

StreetDance is an energetic dance movie released in 2010. The film, directed by Max Giwa and Dania Pasquini, portrays the story of a street dance crew in London that faces a significant challenge when they lose their practice space. The crew is forced to collaborate with the prestigious Royal Dance School to access a rehearsal space in exchange for teaching the school's ballet dancers street dance. With the two groups coming from different backgrounds, the cultural differences make it challenging to work together, and both sides initially struggle to adapt.

The movie showcases amazing street dance moves, outstanding choreography, and an interesting storyline that will keep you on the edge of your seat. StreetDance stars Nichola Burley as Carly, the leader of street dance crew Breaking Point, and Richard Winsor as Tomas, the arrogant ballet dancer. These two talented dancers share a love interest, which adds to the tension between the two groups.

StreetDance also features other legendary street dance personalities, including George Sampson, Flawless, Diversity, and Tommy Franzén. Each of them brings their unique style to the dance routines, and their energy and enthusiasm make the movie a must-watch.

The film is also packed with numerous challenges and setbacks that make the journey more intriguing. For example, Breaking Point loses their space after hosting an unauthorized dance battle, which leads to them searching for alternative rehearsal spaces. However, all efforts to find a suitable space prove fruitless, and the crew members resign themselves to defeat. This is until they stumble upon the Royal Dance School's open auditions and decide to crash them, hoping to get access to the school's rehearsal space.

The crew initially meets resistance from the ballet dancers, who label them as uncultured street dancers. However, Carly manages to convince the ballet dancers to integrate street dance styles into their routines, leading to the two groups collaborating on a unique dance routine.

The film also highlights themes of unity, teamwork, and perseverance, which are vital for any successful endeavor. Breaking Point learns to work together and adapt to the new environment, while the ballet dancers appreciate the creativity and diversity of street dance.

One of the outstanding performances in StreetDance is the final dance routine titled “Breaking Point vs. Royal Dance School Ballet,” which is impromptu, electrifying, and captivating. The routine blends street dance and ballet into an energetic and breathtaking performance, which showcases the remarkable talent of the cast.

While the dance sequences are the highlight of the film, the acting performances are also noteworthy. Nichola Burley delivers an outstanding performance as Carly and showcases her leadership qualities and tenacity. Richard Winsor also portrays his role as Tomas with precision, bringing out the struggles of ballet dancers and the cultural divide between the two dance styles.

The movie also features excellent cinematography, capturing the moves and captivating moments from various angles. The filming locations around London add to the British charm of the film, and the music selection for the dance sequences is spot on.

Overall, StreetDance is a remarkable dance movie that showcases the best of street dance and ballet. The film's plot is engaging, the dance routines are impressive, and the acting performances are brilliant. The movie is a must-watch for fans of these dance styles and anyone who appreciates a good dance movie.

StreetDance is a 2010 music movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 38 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.8.

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    5.8  (11,620)