Pop, Lock And Drop It: The Best And Worst Dance Flicks Of The 2000s

October 3, 2013 ‐ By Desire Thompson

It’s about that time for the annual dance flick. It’s no surprise that Battle of The Year started the season of dance flicks last week (even though it flopped…), and it reminded us of the best and worst ones over the years. There’s romance, shirtless guys (hello there!) and of course, the mainstream will learn, overuse and over saturate yet another new or old dance craze. Bust a move and take a look at some of the best and most forgettable dance flicks of the 2000s.



Step Up (2006)

Step Up remains one of the most popular dance movie franchises in recent years. Starring the now married couple Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan-Tatum, the two brought the best of contemporary and Hip-Hop moves to the silver screen. Some of the film’s sequels have done fair (Step Up 2) while others have been terrible (Step Up Revolution). With Step Up 5 currently in development, it looks like we’ll be ticking and bopping a little while longer.

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  • Just saying

    Save The Last Dance was awesome! I think I saw that movie like 3 times in the theater.

  • Bits

    ummm the first Honey was horrible too!

    • Desire Thompson

      LOL! The Yolanda Adams song won me over!

  • Nick

    You Got Served Dirty Dancing 2 and How She Moved was good to me.

  • Beejcee

    What is with this “Please watch below video to continue” crap. It is irritating enough clicking through the pages! This is the third or fourth post this has happened on!

    • EnuffSaid

      right and the amount of time it gives you to skip the video is damn near as long as the video itself, which makes me irritated .