Pinoy Invades America's Best Dance Crew!

Filipinos invades the dance scene, as seen on MTV's America's Best Dance Crew. All 3 Season 2 finalists (Super Cr3w, Fanny Pak, and SoReal Cru) has a filipino member.

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Eight out of 10 crews of season 2 have at least 1 filipino member:
Phresh Select: Jay Jao

Sass x7: Madeline Camacho

Boogie Bots: (all of them) Ryan Dalisay, Miguel Almario, Joesar Alva, Bryan East, and Michael Arellano

ASIID: Joey Antonio

Xtreme Dance Force: Alvin Ramirez

SoReal Cru: Brian Puspos

Jackie Lautchang

Mark Fucanan

Ailyn Joy Isidro

Brian Fucanan

Andrew Baterina

Super Cr3w: RJ Puno

Ronnie Abaldnado

Angelito Casal

Supreme Soul: Jonathan Bayani

RJ Navalta

Alfred Sanedrin

Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo (1984)

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Kelly, Ozone, and Turbo (Dickey, Quinones, and Chambers) are back, in one of the fastest appearing sequels on record (released within seven months of BREAKIN'). Having won an audition for a New York show at the end of the earlier film but failing to wow 'em in the Big Apple, the trio returns to their old turf. The guys are busy teaching East LA youths to keep out of trouble by spinning on their heads; Kelly keeps in touch, despite her snooty parents' desire that she drop her inner-city pals to attend an Ivy League college. Sadly, the community center where the boys work is in danger of being razed by greedy developers unless the community can raise $200,000. To do so, you guessed it, they put on a show, following in the venerable tradition of Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney. This time, however, it's not staged in a barn, but rather all over the streets of East LA and across the rooftops, with all the community (including several corpses "animated" by the music at one point) joining in the large-scale numbers. Fast-paced, fully aware of its own foolishness, and with lively dance sequences, BREAKIN' 2 is an enjoyable diversion for those who like breakdancing.

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America's Best Dance Crew Season 2: Episode 9 - Championship Showdown

It's the Championship Showdown, and each of the 2 remaining crews face-off with 3 performances each.
First up is the Around the World Challenge, where they had to master universal dance moves while sticking true to their crew's unique style. Both crews were given the same "mastermix."
Next up was the Original Dance Craze Challenge where both crews had to create a dance craze from the ground up, deciding on their own music, lyrics and choreography.
And last is the Last Chance Challenge, where both crews had to design a routine that shows why they deserve to win.

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Beat Street (1984)

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Upbeat, lets-put-on-a-show, musical about the wonders of rap music tells the story of Kenny (Guy Davis), a young hip-hop artist living in the rough slums of the Bronx with his younger brother Lee (Robert Taylor) and their mother Cora. Kenny dreams of making it big as a disk jockey and playing in the most swank of Manhattan nightclubs, The Roxy. Into their lives comes Tracy (Rae Dawn Chong), a composer and assistant choreographer from New York College who inspires him to try to continue his dream while romance begins to grow between them despite coming from different neighborhoods and worlds. Meanwhile, Lee is part of a break-dancing gang set on dominating the scene of their street. The rest of their friends include Ramon (Jon Chardiet), a graffiti artist determined to spread his painting to every subway car in the city while dealing with his girlfriend Carmen (Sandra Santaigo). Chollie is a fellow rapper who becomes Kenny's manager after he lands him a gig at a Bronx club as the DJ. Many rap groups, break dancers, and pop singers whom include Us Girls, The Treacherous Three, The System, Rock Steady Crew, Soul Sonic Force & Shango, The Magnificent Force, New York City Breakers, Furious Five, Tina B., Afrika Bambaataa, Johnny B. Bad, etc, make cameo appearances.

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America's Best Dance Crew Season 2: Episode 8 - Eighties Theme Challenge

This week the crews take you back to the 80's with moves inspired by classic 80's films, 'Breakin', 'Flashdance' and 'Footloose'.
In Round 1, the crews had to recreate some 80's moves with an added challenge & in Round 2, it's the Dance Movie challenge.

Despite their amazing moves & routine, Fanny Pak had to pack up and go home...

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