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Honey: Rise Up and Dance

Honey: Rise Up and Dance
Honey: Rise Up and Dance
Honey: Rise Up and Dance
  • PG-13
  • 1h 40m
  • 2018
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Aspiring street dancer Skyler (Teyana Taylor) is at a major crossroads in her life. She’s decided to try out for the same dance crew as her formally trained sister Tosha (Sierra McClain) in order to compete for a college scholarship, but is discouraged by her family and boyfriend who doubt that her raw, edgy talent is enough for her to win. Determined to prove them all wrong, Skyler practices non-stop in Atlanta’s underground dance scene and catches the eye of Tyrell (Bryshere Y. Gray). He helps her take her sexy dance and hip-hop battle skills to the next level in order to achieve her dreams.
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Common Sense Says
Solid dancing interrupted for predictable story; swearing.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that Honey: Rise Up and Dance is the fourth movie in a series about young hip-hop dancers. Kids dance everywhere -- in class, in clubs, in underground dance venues, on the streets, and while just hanging out. Dancing is spirited, kinetic, and includes lots of sexually-suggestive moves -- "shake, shake, shake your booty" almost non-stop. Each of the movies introduces new characters and tells different personal stories. The films, which seem to have great teen appeal, are all directed by Bille Woodruff and related simply by their association with Atlanta's Honey Daniels Dance Studio and the hip-hop dancing. In this installment, a talented young dancer has been overlooked while her sister has been the dancing "star." Her efforts to find her place in the dance world result in a predictable outcome with predictable events and character development along the way. Some mild swearing is heard occasionally, including "ass," "bitch," "damn," and "hell." It's noted that one of the leading characters was dealing drugs in the past but has been rehabilitated.

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Drama
  • Release Date:April 3, 2018
  • Languages:English, Spanish
  • Captions:English
  • Audio Format:
    5.1
  • Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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