Dec 21, 1984 · Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo: Directed by Sam Firstenberg. With Lucinda Dickey, Adolfo Quinones, Michael Chambers, Susie Coelho. A developer tries to bulldoze a community recreation center.
May 04, 1984 · Breakin': Directed by Joel Silberg. With Lucinda Dickey, Adolfo Quinones, Michael Chambers, Ben Lokey. A struggling young jazz dancer meets up with two break-dancers.
Breakin' All the Rules was received negatively by critics. 33% of critics on Rotten Tomatoes gave the film a positive review; the consensus reading: "This formulaic screwball comedy is weighed down by a contrived, overly complicated plot." The film opened at #5 in its opening weekend at the box office, ultimately grossing $12,544,254 worldwide.
Mar 21, 2013 · “Electric Boogaloo” is a phrase typically appended to the title of a sequel TV or film production to mock its poor quality. Originally featured in the title of the poorly received 1984 dance film Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo, the term refers to a type of dance move that arose out of funk and hip hop styles in the 1970s, popularized by the street dance team The Electric Boogaloos.
Breakin' (also known as Breakdance in the United Kingdom and Break Street '84 in other regions) is a 1984 American breakdancing-themed musical film directed by Joel Silberg and written by Charles Parker and Allen DeBevoise based on a story by Parker, DeBevoise and Gerald Scaife.
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