If you happen to have grown up during the 1980s, then you probably remember the oh-so-brief trend of break dancing (aka B-Boy) films. Granted, the trend didn't last long in Hollywood, but there were some memorable moments -- and I think we can all agree that Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo was the definitive low point. (Clearly you haven't seen Rappin', dear. -- SW)

But no matter how bad those films got, to this day I will still stay up way past my bedtime to catch Beat Street on the late show. After the thrill of the pop and lock had faded away, it seemed that B-Boy had become just another pop-culture footnote. Fast forward to the late 90's, and the B-Boy lifestyle made a resurgence on a global scale, and in Benson Lee's 2005 documentary B-Boy Planet, he showcased the B-Boy culture to awards and acclaim. These days dance flicks are everywhere you look, and according to The Hollywood Reporter, Screen Gems will be getting in on the fun.

categories Movies, Cinematical