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Cool and fun without being too niche. Makes you want to go to the next championship even if you've never taken much notice of the subject before.
Lee allows the people and subject matter to speak for themselves, and that's what draws us in. Break dancing is amazing but it's the personality that makes it interesting. And I wonder if they actually filmed at Camp Boniface - without getting shot or banned for life.
Loved the exposure to b-boy culture, but even more than that I was grateful to be introduced to who some of these dancers are and where they're coming from.
I think this movie was a perfect way of contributing to the hip hop culture and what its like to be fond and into the lifestyle.that alot of movie goers dont understand why most movies based on this culture is made!I seen alot of comments from those that have no idea what its like to be a fan of street dancing,and maybe if they took the time to watch and learn why its such a big deal in dance films..they would understand why it dont take much storyline or an oscar winning role acting in any movie that is based on the dance,but thats what this movie brings to the table about street dancing and the lifestyle..wich I was fond of back in late 70's early 80's and wich still is going strong today all over the world,and I commend benson lee's contribution to try and teach the world what the culture and lifestyle is about and means to the world of hip hop..the music the dance and the lifestyle..is all they need-kudos- to the hip hop nation and benson lee for trying to teach the world..what the dance is all about!!
Without an interest in break dancing either then or during it's comeback, I found this one difficult to sit through. Boring as hell.
Eye popping and awesome. It's an interesting view of the worldwide phenomenon of breakdancing as well as a good intro to its history and heritage (especially in the bonus features).
Wow, this is quite an amazing, energetic documentary. Inspiring.
My love for this dance..no lifestyle is projected through this movie.
Too much story is covered which causes for less characters to be cared about. So many great little stories that they could of focused on. But does show B-boying as an art form and how different cultures can be brought together. I would say though probably the only movie that could actually use more slow motion.