Seeing how I wanted to give the film a chance, it just didn't work. The movie is 1hr and 27mins but at some points felt longer due to its slow pace and not being as entertaining. You won't see some crazy moves,if you want to see something like that then watch Step Up 3D. I loved the original Stomp the Yard, even though I disagreed with a few things in it. Pi Delta Mu Soror 1 uncredited. Lead Mu Gamma Frat Brother uncredited. The entire cast had a hard time keeping up with the original cast, which made me continue to want to turn off the movie.
But his efforts to get an education and woo the girl he likes are sidelined when he is courted by the top two campus fraternities, both of which want and need his fierce street-style dance moves to win the highly coveted national step show competition. Delta Theta Rho Sister uncredited. After his brother's death, a troubled but gifted street dancer enrolls in Atlanta's Truth University. As an artist, he explores the strange, bizarre but always energetic extremes of dance. Among others, Krystal has worked under the esteemed coaching of Ben Harney, Michael Cassara, Charles Tuthill, Craig Derry, and various instructors at Broadway Dance Center. I do not feel any sympathy for him at all, as he his predicaments are all due to his own actions and choices. During the day he teaches fitness classes and loves eating well.
But boy was I let down. . Many thanks to his friends back home, past instructors and the Lord for their guidance and inspiration throughout the years! This movie is cheap, nasty and super disappointing. The characters are lacklustre, the acting is awful, the visual quality is poor and everything just seems very unfinished. He thanks, Mom and Dad, Chris, Nancy, his best friends Alex and Suco, and Uncle Paul. Plus, this movie doesn't have the eye-candy characters as did the first one.
As he tries to concentrate on his studies and woo a pretty classmate, he finds himself in the middle of a tug-of-war between fraternities, who want to utilize his talents in an upcoming dance competition. Sometimes sequels work, sometimes they don't. Mu Gamma Zi Brother 1 uncredited. Also huge thank you to Luke, Steve, and Fiona for giving her this opportunity. I hated this movie so much that I walked out of it even if walking out only meant leaving the living room partway through.
I guess adding a cameo in the film was suppose to make the film better, but their 5 minute appearance did not help anything. It's not polished, slick or funny like the original. If you are a huge fan of the original, i'd recommend watching it purely for Columbus Short's monologue later in the movie. Specialty Casting Production Design by Set Decoration by Costume Design by Makeup Department. The cast on the other hand; mixed reviews on that one some could act and some couldn't.
Krystal is grateful for the blessing of this role and extends gratitude to the show's creators, as well as to her supportive family and friends. But his efforts to get an education and woo the girl he likes are sidelined when he is courted by the top two campus fraternities, both of which want and need his fierce street-style dance moves to win the highly coveted national step show competition. Latina Dancer in Battling Scene uncredited. First hearing about the sequel I was pretty much excited being that I enjoyed the first one especially the cast. This bio had to be no more than 100 words so to be precise, this sentence is a filler.
Taz as Stephen 'tWitch' Boss. Fist of all I expected much more from this movie. Omega Thea Rho Sister 3 uncredited. Acting here is average,whole atmosphere in this movie is really dark ,there isn't any fun. Omega Theta Rho Sister 2 uncredited.
Mu Gamma Zi Stepper as Steven Norfleet. Bruno, Mum, Ne, Debe, and Nani and friends - He loves you guys! He's the only saving grace in this car crash, and the sole reason for a 3 star review. The dancing and the stepping was horrible; it feels like they didn't even try to surpass the moves they did in the first film; if anything it fell way too short. He is also an avid photographer and loves to document his travels via this visual form on facebook, instagram and twitter. Plot is melodramatic and cliched,story is very predictable.