Breakin' 2 is a comic book of a film, and, as in a cartoon, kids can get away with anything to have a good time.
Breakin’ 2 is a comic book of a film, and, as in a cartoon, kids can get away with anything to have a good time.
As a phenomenon, the hip-hop, breakdancing, sidewalk graffiti and rap music culture lends itself well to a comic book approach and to his credit director Sam Firstenberg doesn’t try to interject too much reality into the picture.
This time around Ozone (Adolfo ‘Shabba-Doo’ Quinones) and Turbo (Michael ‘Boogaloo Shrimp’ Chambers) have turned their street dancing talents to teaching other disadvantaged youths at a rundown community club they’ve dubbed Miracles.
When a developer (Peter MacLean) and a corrupt politician (Ken Olfson) try to put up a shopping center where the community center stands, the kids decide to put on a show to raise the necessary $200,000.