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Current Rating: 2.26

Current Rating: 2.26

based on 114 votes and 10 reviews

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  • i think this was one of the best movies of my life. It was even better than step up i know how to dance like the streets on some of these shows but that was incredible. There better be a second one with the same Characters. Great moves. Love ya all. Sincer, Lisa
  • A canadian movie that got reckognized! yay. I luved it. The dancing was HOT!
  • Piece of steaming crap, avoid this stupid pointless tripe like the plague, really the worst movie so far this year. - The Methos
  • The year's best movie.
  • This movie was borderline embarrasing for the toronto community. The truth be told, we have better talent to showcase then this. They obviously did not have enough funding for this movie and the moves really were not moving! The characters were not even believable. The fake west indian accents just made things worse. There were some good morals to learn from it but that's about it! Sorry folks but this is a failure.
  • Stinkoramma formula movie junk without any new steps.
  • I really don't see what so special about yet another film dealing with a character living in the ghetto, and despite overwhelming odds ‘makes it’…by dancing, singing, rapping, stomping…One may think these scripts are rolling of the assembly line…Unfortunately the movie does not really ‘move’ you, primarily due to the fact that this theme has been exhausted.
  • This movie blows...enough said!!
  • Dancing good but plot has no substance
  • i loved it!!!!

How She Move

Genre:  Drama | Running Time:  92 min.
Release date:  January 25, 2008 | On DVD/VOD:  April 29, 2008

Current rating: Rating: 2.26
based on 114 votes and 10 reviews
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Cast: Rutina Wesley, Dwain Murphy, Tré Armstrong, Brennan Gademans, Keyshia Cole, Shawn Desmon, DeRay Davis, Andrew Wagner