#1
Honestly, do poor people really dance that much?
There seems to be alot of hip hop dancing movies coming out about street kids dancing, and mabye the first couple were " innovative " or something, but it's starting to get repetitive.

And honestly, there starting to not even make sense. In the Wikipedia article for " Step Up 2 " it says: " It's the story of a rebellious street dancer "
. Because dancing is the best way to stick it to the man.

So can anyone explain to me the recent surge in these ghetto dancing movies?
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#3
Quote by Cameronrobson
Honestly, do poor people really dance that much?
There seems to be alot of hip hop dancing movies coming out about street kids dancing, and mabye the first couple were " innovative " or something, but it's starting to get repetitive.

And honestly, there starting to not even make sense. In the Wikipedia article for " Step Up 2 " it says: " It's the story of a rebellious street dancer "
. Because dancing is the best way to stick it to the man.

So can anyone explain to me the recent surge in these ghetto dancing movies?



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#4
its another way of exploiting a stereo type of black people, imo
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#5
They werent innovative at all...its just stupid, i dont know anyone who actually goes and sees these movies
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