Adolfo "Shabba-doo" Quinones and Michael "Boogaloo Shrimp" Chambers, promoted to the status of break dancers emeriti, are content for the most part to rest on their laurels. Or as one of them expresses it at one point: "Look, we're not gonna waste any of our moves." They do dole out a few of them. But Chambers's big scene, a perambulation up the wall and across the ceiling á la Fred Astaire in Royal Wedding, is more camera tricks than dance; and the dance scenes in the sequel tend generally to be deeper into fantasy. The plot is that musical staple: "Hey, why don't we just put on a show?" — a verbatim line of dialogue. With Lucinda Dickey; directed by Sam Firstenberg. (1984) — Duncan Shepherd
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