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Plot: Street dancer Thomas Uncles is from the wrong side of the tracks, but his bond with the beautiful Megan White might help the duo realize their dreams as they enter in the mother of all dance battles. Runtime: 88 mins Release Date: 22 May 2009
Don't believe the negative hype; anyone that puts this movie down is just uptight and can't get with the 'Down-Low'. LOL . My God, this was a CRAZY FUNNY MOVIE!!! I was laughing through the whole movie; it was great seeing the whole Keenan Family back with new friends and old friends. Go see this movie, if you TRULY love to laugh. I saw it Opening Day; no-one walked out and everyone was laughing. I went shopping for the soundtrack, after I saw the movie; I found it on iTunes. I did see it at FYE, the following day. I loved this movie and I can't wait for the Blu-Ray! Thank <more>
you, to everyone that worked on the movie and to all the musical artists for their contributions! P.S. I got the chance to see the taping of a Keenan Ivory Wayans Show, in Hollywood, and Kim Wayans was one of his guests; I will always remember that day. RuRu1967
I thought this movie was extremely hilarious! The Wayans family is back, doing what they do best. I loved all the spoofs, gags, and jokes. Megan White used to be a dancer until she made her mother come to her audition when it was raining. Her mother dies, but she never really got over it. When she moves to the city, she makes friends with Charity, Thomas, a gay boy and a few more. Thomas helps her with dancing, and slowly fall in love with each other. Thomas also owes $5,000 to Sugar Bear, unless him and his crew can win a dance battle. This movie spoofs Save the Last Dance, Stomp the Yard, <more>
Step Up, Hairspray, High School Musical, Ray, and much more. I highly recommend DANCE FLICK!!!
The Wayans clan, who made the first two "Scary Movie" spoofs, show no mercy with their latest parody "Dance Flick," an uproariously crude, lewd, and rude roasting of dance movies. Specifically, "Dance Flick" pokes fun at "Fame," "Save the Last Dance," "Drumline," "Hairspray," "Center Stage," "Step Up," "Roll, Bounce," "Stomp the Yard," "Step Up," "Step Up 2 the Streets," and the "High School Musical" movies. "Dance Flick" ranks as the best <more>
parody movie since "Superhero Movie" 2008 . Moreover, the Wayans have ripped into some classics, such as "West Side Story" and "Singing in the Rain." Indeed, the fun of most parodies is spotting the movie being jeered first and hoping second that you'll cheer the jeers. Even if you loved the movie getting mocked, a good parody can make you appreciate your favorite movie more because it pays tribute to it.Not nearly as scatological as the first two "Scary Movies," "Dance Flick" relies on the usual hilarious sight gags that the Wayans deploy throughout their derivative, often lowest-common-denominator, plot to skewer the conventions and clichés of those terpsichorean tales. Unless you've seen the aforementioned films, you may not be laughing when others are roaring. Sometimes, the Wayans insert some pungent political satire into this brisk 83 minute epic, but it doesn't distract from the overall antics. You rarely have enough time to read all the whacky wall signs plastered in every shot because the film flies by so quickly.After her mom dies in a tragic auto accident rushing to her daughter's Juilliard dance audition, Megan Shoshana Bush of "Fired Up" relocates to the big city to live with her destitute father Chris Elliot of "Cabin Boy" in his condemned apartment. Like everything else in the audacious "Dance Flick," the demise of Megan's mother is played strictly for laughs. In fact, she escapes from her wrecked vehicle, only to be struck by a car with a Lindsay vanity license tag. Another vehicle with a Brandy vanity tag hits her. Finally, a third vehicle with a Halle vanity tag strikes her. Appropriately enough, a black female dressed as Cat Woman flees from the accident. After Halle hits her, Megan's poor mom flies through the air and lands in her freshly dug grave.Meanwhile, Megan enrolls in an inner city high school, Musical High School. She meets Thomas Damon Wayans Jr. and they become an item. Megan has shunned dancing since her mom's death. Eventually, Thomas persuades her to take up hip-hop dancing. Later, on their first big date, Thomas takes her to the ballet. Megan is shocked. The ballet recreates the events that culminated in her mom's death involving a stalled gasoline tanker truck along with those reckless celebrity drivers with vanity tags.Aside from Thomas, Megan meets a variety of oddballs at Musical High. The first day at lunch in the cafeteria, the entire student body improvises the song & dance routine from the movie "Fame" where everybody plays a musical instrument, including a blind kid named Ray George Gore II who displays his piano skills. The "Fame" lyrics has been changed to something considerably more salacious as well as silly. Megan's ghetto hall locker neighbor is Charity Essence Atkins of "How High" and Charity hauls her infant son to school everyday and hangs him in her locker while she attends classes. Charity's brother turns out to be none other than Thomas. In another "Save the Last Dance" scene, Charity reprimands Megan for her interracial romance with Thomas because African-American gals are running out of their own race to date.Imagine the usual line-up of characters in teen dance musicals. Each has a counterpart in "Dance Flick," right down to the pairing an obese "Hairspray" type girl and her dream boy jock who would rather play Juliet in "Romeo & Juliet" than dribble for his father's high school basketball team. Megan gapes when she meets her dance class instructor, Ms. Cameltoé Amy Sedaris of "Bewitched" , who lives up to her descriptive surname. Meanwhile, Thomas and his main man, A-Con Affion Crockett of "Soul Men" , have their own troubles. A-Con is a street hoodlum with no ambition, but Thomas aspires to be a gynecologist. Thomas dreams of attending Jus Community College. They have a dance crew that participates regularly in street dance competitions. They have lost $5-thousand during their last street dance contest. Now, they owe the five grand to a local gangsta, Sugar Bear David Allen Grier of "An American Carol" , and he demands his dough. Sugar Bear resembles Jabba the Hutt of "Star Wars" and cannot consume enough candy, pies, and sugary treats.Primarily, director Damien Wayans has taken "Save the Last Dance" and crossed it with "Step Up 2 The Streets," adding characters from other movies like "Hairspray," "Ray," and "Fame." For instance, an obese girl like Tracy from "Hairspray" attends the school and the basketball coach has a son who resembles Zac Efron from "High School Musical." Grier is riotous in an obvious fat suit as a Sugar Bear and Chris Elliott plays Megan's sordid, low-life father. Naturally, the entire Wayans clan gets in on the action. Shawn plays Charity's baby's daddy. Shawn has several amusing scenes. Marlon is the most outrageous as an idiotic drama teacher who has made only one movie. He played a slave in a "Mandingo" plantation movie where he cut his leg off. Keenen Ivory plays a street dance promoter Mr. Stache with the whitest fake teeth you've ever seen.The Wayans have been masters at politically incorrect parodies since their Fox-TV series "In Living Color," and they ridicule stereotypes mercilessly here for maximum merriment. They rag straight people, gay people, black people, white people, and drunken celebrities. When A-Con tells Thomas that he cannot become a doctor because he has guns for hands, he displays his gun hands and calls himself Edward Triggerfingers after the Johnny Depp movie "Edward Scissorhands." Altogether, "Dance Flick" is a comic cakewalk!
I actually signed up for my IMDb subscription just to comment on this movie. I saw it last night and I LOVED it! Was it a great movie? no, of course not. But it was GREAT FUN! Amy Sedaris sp? alone is worth a trip to the theater. This is the kind of movie that cynics will crucify before they even see it. I suggest if you are having a long, tough week... You go out and rent "Save the Last Dance" and "You got Served" then watch this movie right after those.I haven't laughed this much in a long time. And the last few scenes are classic. If you loved the original Scary <more>
Movies and hated all of the spin offs which the Wayans' didn't make then this will be a treat for you.ps. do NOT bring the kids. This is PG 13, but it is almost as racy as the original scary movie.
I went to see Dance Flick, really unsure what I would think but still had an open mind...and I REALLY liked it. I was hysterically laughing the whole time and I really loved the dance sequences too. It's more than just a spoof movie...it has plot, humor, romance but the humor was what I loved best. It really will make you laugh and you are sure to have a good time if you see this movie. Take your friends, so you can all laugh together and quote it afterward. The Wayans always know what they are doing and they got this one right! Take your family, take everyone you know...just go see it <more>
The Wayans Family Is Still Creative! (by leighabc123)
There were so many jokes in this movie that I really had trouble keeping up with them. It was easy to get lost in the plot of this movie.The jokes were very crude. Essence Atkins made this movie great! She played a silly role for the first time ever. And the scene with Ellia English and all of those disrespectful children was very funny and creative. The scenes where Brandy and Halle Berry hit the mom can never be duplicated. Kim Wayan's almost walk on role was funny. Marlon Wayans is still a cornball. Shawn Wayans is still a player. However, it was very disrespectful to poke fun of the <more>
late Ray Charles. I hope his estate sues the Wayans family.
I'm An Optimist While Being Blatantly Honest.... (by modernmirakle)
I'm going to make this plain and simple. If you like the Wayans Brothers, watch the movie. The movie has its funny moments just like any other films the Wayans Brothers star in. So if you're a fan of White Chicks and/or the Scary Movie series, I can't find a reason why you wouldn't appreciate this film. Like seriously, the movie is a comedy-based film creating spoofs just like any other spoof-movie would. In fact, I enjoyed this movie so much, it reminded me of their old school film called "Im Gonna Get You Sucka" where humor was about being original. So on that <more>
note, its a COMEDY FILM. Some people enjoy them while others don't. If you're a college student looking for laughter, corniness, and cheesiness? This is the movie for you and your friends if you're looking for a good time.