4 Shares2 Comments
In the future, kids won’t just go into “battle” for street cred and respect and possibly a lollipop, but they’ll also actually do their chores and whatever their parents tell them to. But until that glorious day finally comes, you’ll just have to settle with 19 (yes, 19) posters, a new trailer, and a 3-minute “battle” clip from “You Got Served” director Chris Stokes’ latest, “Battlefield America”, the film that dares to answer the question, “What if you replaced the entire cast of ‘You Got Served’ with kids?” Damn right. The only thing missing on these kids? Tattoos. Now that would be righteous. By the way, it’s not just me who gets chills when Evil White Guy with Spikey Hair replies, “It’s not a battle, it’s a war!”, right?
From the team that brought you “YOU GOT SERVED” comes a young Hip-Hop dance battle movie for a new generation of dance. Battlefield America takes a steady look at the underbelly of the youth battle dance culture in Long Beach, California. Sean Lewis, a young, charismatic, successful businessman finds himself in the mix with a bunch of disheveled misfits Bad Boys, who have virtually no dance talent. Realizing his dilemma, Sean brings aboard a professional dance instructor to ease his responsibilities to these kids. Meanwhile, he finds himself falling for Sara, who runs the community center where the kids hangout and practice their moves. With Sean motivating them, The Bad Boys find the confidence to be contenders…
Starring Marques Houston, Mekia Cox, Christopher Michael Jones, and Lynn Whitfield.
Showing you old farts how it’s done this June 1st, 2012. God save us.
Via : Apple