The series of dance-driven dramas continues with this tale of a young woman (Kathryn McCormick) who wants to make it big as a hoofer, prompting her to seek help from the leader (Ryan Guzman) of a flash-mob crew.
His neighborhood just happens to be targeted for upheaval by her developer father (Peter Gallagher) ... and if you don't think love will triumph and Dad will get his comeuppance, welcome to the first movie you've ever seen. Still, the dancing is enjoyably energetic. DVD extras: four "making-of" documentaries; audio commentary by McCormick, Guzman, director Scott Speer and choreographer Jamal Sims; deleted scenes; two music videos. ** (PG-13: AS, P) (Also on Blu-ray and Movies on Demand)
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