Other than one jarringly misbegotten detour, the movie is exactly what you would expect.
| Original Score: C-
Dubious plot and characters, good dancing.
| Original Score: 2/5
You Got Hosed might be a more accurate title for those suckered into putting down ten dollars for this waste of celluloid.
| Original Score: F
Moviegoers will walk out of this mostly disappointing film conjugating, 'I got served. You got served. We got served.'
| Original Score: 2/4
You Got Served is about dancing. Street dancing. The sort of make-believe dancing that inner-city youths participate in instead of having sex or joining a gang.
| Original Score: 1.5/5
Rarely do you encounter a movie without a shred of originality. You Got Served is such a cinematic vacuum.
| Original Score: 1/4
Served crackles with energy during its dance sequences. Eventually, the hoofing stops and so does the movie.
| Original Score: 2/4
| Original Score: 1/5
I could watch the dance scenes all day; unfortunately, they are broken up by simple-minded, street-flavored melodrama.
| Original Score: C
The film has the amateurish air of any number of no-budget quickies that have been cranked out to cash in on this or that latest-hot-thing.
It's too bad more energy wasn't devoted to fleshing out the one-dimensional characters and crafting a decent script.
| Original Score: 1.5/4
For those of you who haven't managed to get the mawkish Honey out of your cinematic system then brace yourself because the musical monotony doesn't stop there
A movie with this much dancing should be crackling with electricity. Instead, this is simply no fun, a limp hip-hop flick without a single spark.
Nothing but an exploitative piece of garbage...
We actually begin to laugh at the inanity of it all, wanting to yell at the screen: 'Just shut up and dance!'
Every bit as cliched, amateurish and feeble as its predecessors.
Shoddily written and directed.
A somewhat incongruous mix of high drama and street dancing in which the street dancing is fabulous, and the high drama is low grade at best.
| Original Score: D
The latest in a long and not-so-respectable line of dance sequences -- adjusted for the era -- with a very bare-bones plot supposedly linking them together.