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Honey Daniels (Alba) shakes her tail feathers as a hip-hop dancer with a heart of gold. Honey is plucked out of clubland obscurity by slimy music director Michael Ellis (Moscow) and her career as a video choreographer skyrockets. Alba shines as Honey shows a lot of bare midriffs, romances the local good-guy barber (Phifer), and tries to prevent two local kids from falling in with the wrong crowd. Energetic dancing and hip-hop soundtrack couldn't prevent the formulaic cliches from popping up (does every dance movie need to put on a show to save the kids?). Could also be called "Save the Last Electric Boogaloo Flashdance." Cameos by Jadakiss, Ginuwine and Missy Elliott.

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Available on Running time 94 minutes. Originally from United States.

Cast and Crew

Hip-Hop/Rap, Dance Fever, Showbiz Dramas, New York, New York, Cuttin' Heads
Alonzo Brown, Kim Watson
Jessica Alba, Mekhi Phifer, Joy Bryant, Lil' Romeo, David Moscow, Lonette McKee, Zachary Isaiah Williams, Laurie Ann Gibson, Anthony Sherwood
John R. Leonetti
Bille Woodruff
Mervyn Warren
Missy Elliott, Douglas Ganton, Mark Helfrich, Emma E. Hickox, Anastasia Masaro, Susan Matheson, Jasna Stefanovich
Marc Platt, Andre Harrell, NuAmerica, Universal Pictures

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Honey is a great dance flick! I'd say it is more for girls, although many guys may enjoy it because Jessica Alba looks really good in this movie! She plays Honey who teaches hip hop dance classes at a local gym, and tries to keep two of her favorite neighborhood boys out of trouble. She always dances at this one club where she was found by a music director who had a crush on her and would take her places and buy her things. Her career as a choreographer instantly made her a hit! There is some romance and some trouble in this movie and I love it!