Normally I can tell whether a movie is good or bad or either way but needs improvement but it's been a very long time since a movie hit me with mixed feelings and this one did so in the face. I knew from the poster I was going to come out with a complicated bag of mixed emotions. Let me explain why. The story begins with Ash played by Falk Hentschel who is a top streetdancer being kicked out and humiliated by his American dance crew Invincible named after the leader Vince played by Anwar Burton. Eager to win, he meets Eddie from the first movie played by George Sampson who suggests to make a crew more different than ever by assembling streetdancing individuals from around Europe for the tournament in Paris. With only eight weeks to spare, Ash and Eddie find as many people as they can including Steph from the first movie too, what a shock, played by Stephanie Nguyen. With the crew assembled in Paris, they have an idea that they will have a Latin twist in their dance routine but they don't know how. Until Ash and Eddie meet salsa dancer Eva played by Sofia Boutella, they realise this is their only hope to beat Invincible. You see where the problem is? While the idea is good, the structure just sucks. Why they didn't bring the characters from the first film and create a more challenging, creative film instead of this boring, cliched one is beyond me. Did I also mention that the whole team of Breaking Point from the first film have broken up somehow? The reason why the first movie was good was that it combined the two elements it was going with and did it well. Here it jumps back and forth between its main context which is streetdance and this new dancing they introduce and it becomes too silly and too cliched. Yes the first movie was cliched but it challenged its audience and was more creative with its plot. This movie was predictable and silly. There were times where I was watching the film wandering "Wha?" "Huh?" "Eh?" "What is going on?" because it made no sense and I even went "No please don't!" a few times because those scenes were just too silly. StreetDance 2 gets a 5/10.