StoryAfter being defeated by the Invincibles Street Dance crew, Ash (Falk Hentschel) decides to quit dancing. But he is approached by Eddie (George Sampson) to form a new crew and try another dance challenge. Ash takes some persuading but eventually agrees to put together a crew from the best street dancers in Europe. He feels he needs to do something completely different to win the challenge. When he sees Eva (Sofia Boutella) performing a very sexy salsa dance, he realises this is the idea (and the girl) he's been looking for. His vision is a fusion of Latin and street dance, but his crew isn't so sure.
ThemesYoung women involved in provocative dancing
This movie has some violence. For example:
- People are often aggressive on the dance floor.
- People call each other names and jeer at each other.
- Eva's Uncle Manu threatens to break Ash's legs if he hurts Eva.
Content that may disturb children
In addition to the violent scenes mentioned above, children under eight years might be disturbed when Uncle Manu has a heart attack. He is shown in hospital attached to life support machines.
Children in this age group might also be disturbed by Uncle Manu's heart attack and hospitalisation.
Children in this age group are unlikely to be disturbed by anything in this movie.
This movie has some sexual references. For example:
- Girls in skimpy clothing do provocative dances.
- Eva dances in a boxing ring and ties ropes around herself in a suggestive way.
Alcohol, drugs and other substances
This movie shows some use of substances. For example:
- People drink in pubs.
- Uncle Manu smokes a cigar.
Nudity and sexual activity
This movie has some nudity and sexual activity. For example, Ash and Eva kiss passionately and start to undress each other. The scene implies that they have sex but doesn't show much.
Branded clothing and energy drinks are displayed and used in this movie.
This movie has some mild coarse language.
Ideas to discuss with your children
Streetdance 2 3D is a dance movie with some great Latin and street dance moves that dance fans will enjoy. The appeal of the movie is fairly limited, however. There is an inevitable touch of romance, but the storyline is thin. Parents of younger children might be worried about their children watching scenes of young women doing provocative, sexy dancing.
The main message from this movie is that you need to overcome fears and failure to get what you want.
Values in this movie that you could reinforce with your children include never giving up, and acknowledging and fixing your mistakes.