Step Up 2: The Streets

Street dancer Andy arrives at the Maryland school of the arts. Doing there, it tends to prove that in no way inferior to other students. Acquainted with the best student of the school chase, Andy creates a team that should act as an underground dance contest "the Streets." In the end, Andy can realize their dreams and cope with its problems plaguing...

  • Jon M. Chu

Release Date: 2008-02-14
IMDb icon 6.2/10
  • Country: US
  • Language: English | Russian
  • Budget: $17,500,000
  • Revenue: Cumulative Worldwide $150,988,382
Hollyanne Tien
15 February 2009 | 09:10

After these films from the cinema and go dancing with a desire to go learn to dance, and then to light on the streets. So in the brain gets the music stunningly pick up a similar movies.

The film itself does not differ a brilliant plot, amazing actors and deep thought, but still worth a look!
Although the entire painting I wanted to remove all dialogs, some story line and leave just the dance and their atmosphere.

The main thing that. Picked up a nice actor, a nice main character, their friends and go! I really fall into the ecstasy dancing, especially such. The music is amazing. The Timbaland earned his fee!

And, most importantly, the film does not bother! It is to him to go to movie to spare no money. You can buy the DVD and watch all day.
I love "a Step forward".

And really looking forward to the third part. So still in 3D.

7 of 10

Pauli Portwin
01 March 2008 | 08:56

I looked at the second part of this remarkable film. Not thought it I like the first part. Step up 2: the streets of all the parameters better. Dancing is just amazing, the soundtrack is heard, the acting is above all praise. The main characters are Robert Hoffman and briana Evigan just umnichki. Correctly say that the street dance and fights are the best. With pleasure I'll go to the movie again and be sure to buy the DVD disc. Of course, the highest score

10 of 10

Valerie Zeena
01 March 2008 | 07:56

Introduction. I am always surprised that movies dancing, some "straight" people evaluate only as movies dancing. Okay, I can accept a thousandth of a percent, though it is not so in the "Friendly" or"Yard dance" a lot of fiery dance numbers, which may interrupts the story. But remember the "Proscenium", a film in which tells the story of the ballet dancers. In this dance drama of human destinies the main room. Yeah and even if the dance — the film is there is a real art, hard work, persistent action.

Only, polished a thousand times is something to show at contests speeches. There are of course natural talent, but and is not always enough. But there's a big "but". Dance — it's a background that allows you to expand the idea of the film. And I like this, why write that all these movies are stupid? Have all your opinion, but tact still not been canceled, gentlemen. Be polite and tolerant.

Step up Vol. 1. Romance Anne Fletcher collected a great cashier, attracted attention, forced to empathize, and to buy tights. This film is for those hope for those forget friendship, for those who have doubts, open your heart or not. And same for lovers of dance, music, fun and warm human relationships. After this audience success must be continued, and it came.

Step up: the Streets. And so in the spring of 2008, relatively quickly we were ready to make another one-step forward. Without the old favorite characters, but Ann Fletcher in the role of producer. And Yes, stop. Charismatic Channing Tatum danced to the beginning of the film. And was on top.

Then we met Andy, Moose, Chase and all the rest. Great picture, complex movements, but spirit "Step вперед1" — no he went with Tyler. There was one big clip. Brown Evigan — professional, but from acting in it is not enough. I fan of dance films. But here I agree with that the storyline is simple and the rain washed away the final dance.
So, what the result? In the result — film raise the spirit, in the sense that after viewing, you can run in room, to lift weights. All.

PS Norah&Ty — I miss you. Jenna Dewan and Tatum, Channing engaged... It's however...

How much has Step Up 2: The Streets made?
Commercial tv-show fees worldwide today are Cumulative Worldwide $150,988,382.
How much did it cost to make Step Up 2: The Streets?
According to various sources, the cost of producing the tv-show was at least $17,500,000.
Who is the director of the movie Step Up 2: The Streets?
This tv-show was directed by Jon M. Chu.
What is the genre of Step Up 2: The Streets?
The tv-show belongs to the genres of Drama, Music, Romance.
Who starred in Step Up 2: The Streets?
Many famous actors starred in this tv-show, here are the names of the most famous: Briana Evigan, Robert Hoffman, Adam Sevani, Cassie Ventura, Danielle Polanco.
What is Step Up 2: The Streets IMDB Ranking?
At the moment, the rating is 6.2.
When was Step Up 2: The Streets released?
The start date for this tv-show on USA TV is 2008-02-14.