Street Dance 2

Street Dance 2
Street Dance 2

Year

2012

Duration

81 minutes

Genres

Family

Language

English

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Invigorating sequel to Brit hit Street Dance. Featuring a host of fresh characters and jaw-dropping moves, it combines Latin and urban styles to fantastic effect. You’ll be rooting for hunky street dancer Ash as he guns for revenge after getting humiliated by American scene stars Invincible. Scouring Europe with manager Eddie, he puts together an elite squad to compete in the ultimate dance-off in Paris and thrash his cocky rivals. Yet though his new global crew are awesome, Ash reckons they need more edge: a quality they find in spades when they encounter sultry salsa sensation Eva, and decide to create their own red-hot dance fusion.

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