This energetic hip-hop musical barely supplements the large-scale musical numbers with its cliched plot, but it does capture a sense of the break-dancing craze and is more entertaining than most of the films made to cash in on that trend. College music major Chong gets involved with
brothers Davis, a rap DJ, and Taylor, a dancer, for different reasons. A subplot follows the struggles of a graffiti artist (Chardiet). Meanwhile, scores of break dancers do spectacular numbers on streets, in clubs, and just about anywhere else they can, while Grand Master Melle Mel and the
Furious Five, Afrika Bambaataa and the Soul Sonic Force, Jazzy Jay, Doug E. Fresh, and others per...