You may have seen the Julia Stiles film Save the Last Dance, well this is pretty much the same premise, but concentrating on the modern street dance theme in Britain. Basically, in inner London, young dance choreographer Carly (Nichola Burley) has her street dance crew Jay 2 O, formed with her boyfriend Jay (Ukweli Roach) who has decided to move on, causing tension to break up. They also lose their place to practise, meaning they need to raise money for a real location before the big Streetdance competition final. Then Carly finds the local ballet school, and get the place for practise with permission from teacher Helena (Charlotte Rampling). There is only one condition to adhere to keep the room for practise, Carly and the gang must help train the original ballet dancers of the classroom to join their crew. Carly slowly starts to fall for training and skilled ballet dancer Tomas (Richard Winsor), who sticks up for her when they come face to face with a nasty and betraying Jay. It is after this encounter that Carly decides they should not try to pretend anything but what they are, doing ballet or street dance or whatever, they should bring the two together in a new and inventive routine. The competition final is announced to be the day of the Royal Ballet auditions for students, and the crew, with new name Breaking Point, try to compromise their way to do both. There is a little delay waiting for Tomas and the other ballet students, but wannabe street dancer Eddie (George Sampson) gives them some time, and they win the competition with a fantastic mix of street and ballet. Also starring Frank Harper as Fred, Eleanor Bron as Madame Fleurie, Patrick Baladi as Mr. Harding, Jeremy Sheffield as Michael, Teneisha Bonner as Shawna, Rachel McDowall as Isabella, Diversity's Ashley Banjo as Aaron, Flawless as The Surge and Jocelyn Jee Esien as Delilah. When you have brilliant acts like George Sampson, Flawless and Diversity, all from Britain's Got Talent, in the cast doing their stuff, you know you are going to have yourself a good film-going experience. The soundtrack, with songs like Tinie Tempah - "Pass Out", Ironik feat. Elton John - "Tiny Dancer (Hold Me Closer)", Aggro Santos feat. Kimberly Wyatt - "Candy", Wiley - "Wearing My Rolex, N-Dubz - "Strong Again" and Madcon - "Beggin'" was also an inspired choice. I didn't think it was too littered with stereotypes, I will admit apart from the food fight you forgot it was a 3D film, but overall, hardly any annoying breakaway from the key focus, it's almost all dance, dance, DANCE, it is definitely a dance drama film you won't be disappointed with. Very good!