Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo (1984) - Comedy, Drama, Musical

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A developer tries to bulldoze a community recreation center. The local breakdancers try to stop it.

IMDB: 5.1
Director: Sam Firstenberg
Stars: Lucinda Dickey, Adolfo Quinones
Length: 94 Minutes
PG Rating: PG
Reviews: 9 out of 45 found boring (20%)

One-line Reviews (17)

Ozone's rooftop number and Turbo's dancing on the ceiling are very enjoyable.

The dancing, while not as riveting as it's predecessor, is enjoyable.

This movie was a torture, really.

Incredibly predictable tale of breakdancers stickin' it to The Man whilst putting on a show and impressing all the straights with their guts and determination.

Yeah the film is predictable, poorly acted, & the clothes....

It's predictable stuff, all the people who are against the music are depicted as rich, stiff boring people, whilst at the other end of the spectrum, this film shows you that you don't have to work, just dance and all your problems will go away.

Few movies are as bizarre, yet oddly compelling at the same time.

it has no plot at all, it has a thousand of characters who don't really add anything and the worst fact is that it's actually a bunch of choreographies one after the other without any cohesive story.

I'd much rather spend a night watching it than some pretentious Hollywood garbage like Armegeddon.

1) Break dancing gets very tiresome after a while.

"Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo" is a film with very, very little plot.

To call the plot contrived and the actors not being able to act is like calling a duck a duck.

It features the worst clothing, highly infectious and repetitive music (while not bad at first, it makes your brain melt a bit after a while) and the most inane qualities in a film of the era.

It makes for a very entertaining 1h30m, and it's a movie that you can watch over & over again.

But above all, it's entertaining.

The story is so standard and formulaic there is almost no need to worry about what the hell is going on except for another boogaloo around the corner.

I agree, it was entertaining as an unintentional comedy.