Movie Ratings, Family Movie Reviews & More!

Dance Flick


May 22, 2009

Latest Home Video

Sep 08, 2009

MPAA Rating



Damon Wayans Jr.
Craig Wayans
Shoshana Bush


2009 Paramount Pictures and MTV Films

Official Website >>

Still shot from the movie: Dance Flick.

Get Our Full Review


Be prepared for more crude comedy when the Wayans Brothers spoof the latest toe-tapping movies in their production Dance Flick. Planting its feet in the numbered steps of this genre, the plot follows Thomas Uncles (Damon Wayans, Jr.), a street dancer who pairs up with Megan White (Shoshana Bush) in order to win a dance competition.

Content Details

Why Is Dance Flick Rated PG-13?

Dance Flick is rated PG-13 for crude and sexual content throughout, and language.

See Canadian Movie Ratings

Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Dance Flick...

“Packed with” doesn’t begin to describe the amount of crude humor in this film where dance contestants are urinated on, portrayed with their heads inserted between their buttocks and shown giving birth during a competition. Although played for laughs, dancers also pull guns on one another and rob other participants. Characters are kicked in the face, hit, slapped, body slammed and molested. A woman dies after being repeatedly hit or run over by automobiles. A man cuts off his foot. A girl jumps to her death after being bullied by a teacher. Numerous students are the recipients of cruel comments from a teacher. A blind man spills hot coffee on a woman’s lap and then falls down an open manhole. A baby is left in a school locker and is later given an alcoholic beverage. He is also hung out a second storey window and repeatedly hit against a closed window. A mother comments about her baby’s sexual activity. A male teacher kisses a male student and talks about giving up his “manhood”. A female gym teacher makes sexually oriented comments and forces two female students to strip down to their underwear and engage in a lewd fight. Several females are portrayed with exaggerated female sexual organs and body parts. A male student makes repeated comments about female sexual organs. A drunk girl is shown driving with a car full of liquor. A man is hit by lightening. Characters engage in bawdy pole dancing. Characters discuss condoms, tampons, prostitutes, porn stars and drugs for sexually transmitted diseases. There are references to oral sex and crude bodily functions along with frequent crass terms for male anatomy. The script also includes some alcohol use by teens, the portrayal of guns and gangs, racial slurs and repeated profanities and terms of Deity.

Home Video Viewing Alternatives

Here are some ideas for home video titles that are related to Dance Flick.

For those more serious about this genre, you might want to check out the movies Step Up and Shall We Dance?


Canadian Movie Ratings

14A Sexual Content.
AB 14A Crude Content
MB 14A Not Recommended For Children, Crude Content.
ON 14A Sexual Content, Language May Offend. Crude Content.
QC 13+ Vulgar Language.

Canadian Home Video Rating: 14A

Watch @ Home

Details on home video releases of Dance Flick...

Release Date: Sep 8, 2009

Dance Flick releases to Blu-ray in an Unrated and Outrageous Edition. Audio tracks are available in DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (English) and Dolby Digital 5.1 (English). Along with all the unrated material not included in the theatrical release of movie, the disc offers:

- Featurettes: Dance Dance Dance! With the Wayans Wayans Wayans! and Dancing Outtakes

- Deleted Scenes

- Theatrical Trailer

Add Your Comments

Commenting is restricted to members only.
Please log in below or, if you're not yet a member, please register.

Forgot password? | register

Please note: So we can maintain a website with content appropriate for all ages, we moderate all comments and will edit profanities, slanderous remarks and other inappropriate language. For these reasons, your comments may not appear immediately.

mom says: Jun. 08, 2009

I just wasted 1 1/2 hours in a theater watching this movie.  I was only there because I was with 5 almost 13 yr olds.  OK, so they aren’t 13 yet.  No matter, this movie has no redeeming qualities regardless of age.  The jokes are stupid, crass, foul and cheap.  Even the kids were saying how bad it was.  I think a lot of the drug and sex references went over their heads. I wish they went over mine - painful.
Movie can’t be compared to the Wayans’ “Scary Movie” spoof - which was very funny.  Save your money on this one.  I wouldn’t even give it a 1/2 star.

You May Be Interested...

Also On The Web