You Got Served: Beat the World

2011

Action / Drama / Music

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Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 19%
IMDb Rating 4.6 10 1750

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Reviewed by vaemoa-sasagi 1 / 10

OMG what a waste of time

This has to be one of the most shameful movies i've ever seen...they should have called this movie lame!..lame dancing, lame acting, lame storyline...Everything about it was so lame....I would be very ashamed to have been involved in this movie and would request my name removed from the Credit if I was...Big waste of time...

And OMG that final 1 on 1 battle at the end was so LAME...Tyrone Brown's routine looked like a white man from Texas attempting to freestyle...very shameful...And his one flip I was OMG that was so LAME...Haha this movie goes down as the worst movie I've ever seen!...

The Brazil team sucked bad.

I really hope the Director and Producer do not release any more movies for good of mankind. The only thing positive out of the movie was the Brit guy who did mad flips everywhere...And the locking crew was OK...

Reviewed by alex_igi2000 1 / 10

Worst hip-hop dancing movie

If you thought you are going to be amazed by this movie that followed the first "You got served" -- you're going to be very disappointed. When the first movie appeared, even though it had bad reviews as storyline and / or acting, the dancing was sick, and it was revolutionary. Someone "got served", there were battles, but first of all there were DANCERS. After 7 years in which urban dance evolved incredibly, "Beat the world" comes with an even worse script, no dancing (except for some poppers and lockers), no routines, nothing !!! It just blows … As a professional dancer and choreographer, "You got served" was a key in what street-dancing should look like, and after 7 years the sequel just made my sleepy. Very disappointed.

Reviewed by blueree 1 / 10

Out of a very boring and formulated lousy screenplay

I just want to begin by stating that I do not understand why this movie is called You Got Served: Beat the World. It pales in comparison to You Got Served and it is a travesty that it will be associated with that film because of the title. I honestly don't understand why it wasn't just titled Beat the World and do not want to take the time to research why. As far as I can tell, just based on what is listed on IMDb, the writer and director of the movie, Robert Adetuyi, was not at all involved with the first You Got Served.

Plot aside, I cannot fathom why after seeing such films as You Got Served, Step Up 2, Step Up 3 and various other dance films, that he would think we would want to see a dance film with this caliber of street dance. The dance moves were very amateurish and slow as if it was trying to be a "how-to" instructional type of video to street dancing.

I played the movie again, fast forwarding through all of the dialogue to the dance scenes to show my best friend, who also commented on how amateurish the moves were, particularly the Brazilian team and the main character for the American team, Yuson.

We then immediately watched Step Up 3 (which she had never seen) and after the very first battle (w/Red Hook) she said, "oh my gosh, this is so decent!" She even commented that the Pirates rehearsal was better than anything she had just seen in Beat the World.

Horror and Sci-Fi are my favorite genres, and I have watched a lot of horror movies that received horrible reviews because I just had to see them for myself considering that I love horror movies. Therefore, if you are an avid dance/musical movie fan, I understand the need to see all dance/musical movies regardless of critics, or public reviews.

Trust me, don't waste your time. Just check out the Prince Mio (Eric) and Stephanie Nguyen (Nina) videos on the internet. I also understand that Stephanie Nguyen was really able to showcase her skills in the films StreetDance 3D and StreetDance 2 which I have yet to see, but hope to.

It's as if Beat the World was released 7 years before You Got Served instead of the other way around. I think it's ridiculous that You Got Served was released in 2004 and Beat the World was released in 2011 but sucks sooo bad.

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