The movie centers on Chance Harris, a troubled youth who must find a balance between his school, work, relationships and opportunity to lead a dance troupe in a national step-off competition. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Stomp the Yard 2: Homecoming
Chance Harris looks to find a balance between his school, work, relationships and opportunity to perform at the nationally televised step competition during homecoming weekend at Truth University.
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Private U (jp) wrote: Good but sad. Poor Mikey. (Shades of the sadness I felt that Duckie didn't win Andie's heart at the end of Pretty in Pink.) One of the things I really like about this movie is the interplay & love between the two (step)sisters.
Andrew B (ru) wrote: Great documentary. The best comment comes from a critic who talks about BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN and says "I held my breath for damn-near 2 and a half hours" ;-)
Ian F (nl) wrote: This is just a lot of fun and how can you hate Sandra Oh. It's nice to see her playing her ethnicity up and being young (except that she always looks young).Not much to say... it was funny, smart, relatable... VERY relatable for now. Just a well made film! Nothing overly special, just well done!Oh, makes the film however.The boyfriend was a little weird, not quite what he should have been, hard to read.
Maxine T (au) wrote: This is the most depressing shit ever.
Kristy P (es) wrote: Kiefer Sutherland has glasses!!! LOL. I couldn't even help myself; I had to laugh every time I saw him. Otherwise, this movie is interesting. I'm not going to agree with the whole 70s protest thing, but I can definitely agree with not wanting to be forced to go to war by being drafted. I thought both Kiefer and Robert did a great job in this movie. Winona, well she was just her usual self. :P
Chelsea M (es) wrote: Cute...not the cutest movie ever, but still cute..
Kevin R (de) wrote: Despite not really knowing how to describe Body Double easily I can say I found it enjoyable. At times it felt a little campy and amateurish, sort of tv quality, and at other times felt more big budget. It is a bit of a mess but a solid mess, thriller, erotic voyeurism, murder mystery, some dark comedy bits. Definitely unique and as I said entertaining so worth a watch.
Nick M (ca) wrote: The acting is pretty painful at some parts, and the characters are sloppily written and uninteresting, but the thing that saves Solomon Kane from complete failure is its dazzling visuals and well executed action.
Michael W (mx) wrote: The greatest of all westerns, with Eastwood, Van Cleef and Wallach each delivering dynamic and memorable performances. The Ennio score is inseparable from the film. Leone's tour de force. Love the climactic graveyard showdown, so stylish and copied by everyone afterward.
Walter M (ag) wrote: You must excuse Eli(Jesse Eisenberg) for being late to his audition. You see he has had a tough last 24 hours that began with him getting drunk at a jock party he crashed the night before. The following morning he gives a ride to his mother(Melissa Leo) to a rehab clinic. Except in a bit of logic that would make Joseph Heller smile, they will not take her because she currently tests clean for drugs. So, Eli has to get drugs from local drug dealers Sprinkles(Tracy Morgan) and Black(Isiah Whitlock Jr.). And before he knows it, Eli is their new translator. "Why Stop Now" has certain things going for it like a neat cast(Sarah Ramos proving that 'Parenthood' was no fluke) and a tried and true comedy premise that should work. Except it really does not. Apparently, there is only so much mileage one can get out of putting Jesse Eisenberg into jeopardy. Along those same lines, it is the kind of situation that the television series 'Mom' succeeds at every week. In other words, it is always a good idea to rely on professionals for writing and directing your comedy needs, else you could just end up with a whole bunch of random bits(like the reenactors) and a resolution that is more than a little preachy.
Filippo S (br) wrote: Great acting. But the movie can't decide if it's a typical DeNiro NYC cops and robbers flick or some weird Network-like satire. End up leaving a very bitter aftertaste.