It involved a lot of the same characteristics except the Step Up franchise was all about dancing, choreography and battles. While the first film, starring Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan, always hits number one in fans' hearts, the following films had their own unique charm. The franchise had a total of five films that each centered around two main love interests. Them, along with their crew, band together to battle the best of the best in the world of dance. The films had a lot of memorable moments, but fans went ga-ga over the intense dance routines. It made audiences want to get up and dance. This dance scene was invigorating, sexy and gave you chills.
Gas-masked dancers interrupt the banquet, Step Up Revolution You might start to see a trend in which lots of Step Up Revolution clips tend to be at the bottom of my list. Here good dancing is masked literally! The Mob raids an office, Step Up Revolution … which began when this mess happened. This also reminds you of the general premise of Step Up Revolution , which was to stop bougie real-estate development. The first battle, a. There are a few fun dance moves, but the song is bleh. Mostly due to Chromeo and that impressive boombox wall and foam pit, though. This crew the uses masks because apparently you get in major legal trouble for this in Baltimore. Also, again: flash mobs!
In the opening scene of Step Up 2: The Streets , someone vibrates underneath a subway seat. He is lying on the floor, and just starts shaking his body until it moves sideways, and then he does it again to move back out. However, about ten minutes later Channing Tatum makes a cameo and takes off his shirt in a dance move that might actually just be a magic trick, completely one-upping it. Step Up was a lovely story about two people from different sides of the track who are united in love and success through dance. And, like any dance movie, the best parts of it are when everyone shuts up and actually dances. It's everything you want in a dance movie: all killer, barely any filler. The film takes place at the Maryland School of the Arts, an elite high school where talented teens stop on their way to Juliard. The film also introduces us to Moose, played by Adam Sevani, who honestly should have more of a career. Like, have you ever been so charmed?
Look back at the leading ladies of the s who made their mark with iconic roles and some major hairstyles, too. See the gallery. Title: Step Up 2: The Streets Following the death of her parents, teen-aged Andie West is living with her mother's best friend, Sarah. Andie, who doesn't care about school, is trying to figure out where she fits in in life. The only thing she loves is dancing with her street crew, the , led by Tuck.