In a future, kids won’t usually go into “battle” for travel cred and honour and presumably a lollipop, though they’ll also indeed do their chores and whatever their relatives tell them to. But until that stately day finally comes, you’ll usually have to settle with 19 (yes, 19) posters, a new trailer, and a 3-minute “battle” shave from “You Got Served” executive Chris Stokes’ latest, “Battlefield America”, a film that dares to answer a question, “What if we transposed a whole expel of ‘You Got Served’ with kids?” Damn right. The usually thing blank on these kids? Tattoos. Now that would be righteous. By a way, it’s not usually me who gets chills when Evil White Guy with Spikey Hair replies, “It’s not a battle, it’s a war!”, right?
From a group that brought we “YOU GOT SERVED” comes a immature Hip-Hop dance conflict film for a new era of dance. Battlefield America takes a solid demeanour during a underbelly of a girl conflict dance enlightenment in Long Beach, California. Sean Lewis, a young, charismatic, successful businessman finds himself in a brew with a garland of rumpled misfits Bad Boys, who have probably no dance talent. Realizing his dilemma, Sean brings aboard a veteran dance instructor to palliate his responsibilities to these kids. Meanwhile, he finds himself descending for Sara, who runs a village core where a kids hangout and use their moves. With Sean motivating them, The Bad Boys find a certainty to be contenders…
Starring Marques Houston, Mekia Cox, Christopher Michael Jones, and Lynn Whitfield.
Showing we aged farts how it’s finished this Jun 1st, 2012. God save us.
Via : Apple