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Will this rebellious street dancer be able to fit in at her new school?

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Step Up 2: The Streets
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Title

Step Up 2: The Streets

Year released

2008

Genres

Drama, Music, Romance

Synopsis

Romantic sparks occur between two dance students from different backgrounds at the Maryland School of the Arts.

Cast and crew

  • Robert Hoffman
  • Briana Evigan
  • Cassie Ventura
The second installment in the Step Up film series has a familiar format – but what it lacks in originality it makes up for in exciting dance scenes.

The plot revolves around Andie, a street dancer who begins to attend the prestigious Maryland School of the Arts. Her old and new life don't exactly go hand in hand and Andie struggles to keep both her worlds from falling apart. Maybe the school's hottest dancer Chase can offer a helping hand?

A high-energy movie, Step Up 2 delivers when it comes to elaborate dance sequences, putting its ensemble cast to good use. Fans of the genre shouldn't miss this one.

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