Step Up 2: The Streets

Step Up 2: The Streets

When rebellious street dancer Andie lands at the elite Maryland School of the Arts, she finds herself fighting to fit in while also trying to hold onto her old life. When she joins forces with the schools hottest dancer, Chase, to form a crew of classmate outcasts to compete in Baltimore s underground dance battle The Streets.

The journey of a rebellious street dancer who struggles to fit in at the prestigious school. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Step Up 2: The Streets torrent reviews

David B (kr) wrote: Director Joseph Lawson and actor Jake Busy team up to make a film that is so bad you can always crack open a beer and lauff at it.

Wrik S (ca) wrote: Realistic characters, true emotions, and bad acting.... these were the main parts...

Hollie T (ag) wrote: Not Argento's worst movie (ahem, Card Player) but far from his best.

Nathan B (gb) wrote: Should be worse than 1 star for ruining a family movie night. I'm going to be depressed for a month after watching this.

Emmanuel B (kr) wrote: Food. Cute chicks. Art. More food. Mobsters. And surprise hitmen.

Caitlin M (mx) wrote: true story. in german. incredible music. amazing acting... love.another reviewer points out: "takes an overdone topic to a fresh place." agreed.

Tim G (mx) wrote: I very much enjoyed midnight run where robert deniro plays a bounty hunter whose prey is to get an accountant in new York city played by charles grodin who embezzled 15 million dollars from a las vegas mobster played by dennis farina and gave it all to charity but its that easy because he has the FBI,the mob and later on another bounty hunter all on his tail lots of laughs

Simon M (br) wrote: Interesting post-apoc film with lots of internal monologue, somewhat spoiled by atrocious 80's ballads.

Mehmet E (de) wrote: Another Depardieu period classic. If you like French movies this should be on your list along with Jean de Florette...

Grant S (fr) wrote: One of the first movies I remember seeing on TV as a child. Very moving - some of the images and emotions remain with me to this day.

Richard B (fr) wrote: Jane Birkin lives next door to a fantasising professor. Soundtrack by George Harrison.

Russell G (fr) wrote: James Mason masterly depicts drug abuse in a way that goes from pathetic to truly terrifying. Another amazing look at 50's suburbia by Ray, it gets a solid recommend.

Grant T (ca) wrote: A mildly amusing movie that has a few good laughs. The second half of the movie is pretty boring but overall not too bad

Leah T (de) wrote: From book to screen finally. Decent