Choreographed by: Marguerite Derricks, Lyle Beniga, Jennifer Hamilton, and Dan Domenech, So You Think You Can Dance scene-stealer Kherington Payne runs away with this movie's most memorable routine, set to Sam Sparro's sublime "Black & Gold." Choreographed by: Marguerite Derricks and Michelle Elkin Mike Myers' star-studded franchise tapped Britney Spears — at her ab-flaunting peak — to cameo in the dance-tastic opening credits sequence and revealing, in the process, that she's a Fembot (duh).
Choreographed by: Dennon Rawlesand Sayhber Rawles While nowhere near as good as Saturday Night Fever, this Broadway-set sequel did feature an insanely long staged sequence, accounting for nearly 20 minutes of intricate choreography.
Instead, the camera is trained on an intense tango that has far-reaching results.
Choreographed by: Denise Faye, Joey Pizzi, Aisha Francis, Tara Nicole Hughes, Ja Quel Knight, and Melanie Lewis Christina Aguilera, Julianne Hough, and Kristen Bell lead an army of able ladies in this rolicking routine that is part Pussycat Dolls, part pop music video, and all incredible.
Choreographed by: Marguerite Derricks and Jennifer Hamilton Much like the initially apathetic crowd, it's impossible not to be charmed by Natalie's (Cameron Diaz) unbridled enthusiasm for dancing.Now, can anyone tell me what the fuck this batshit show is actually about?Choreographed by: Shane Sparks, Dave Scott, and Robert Hoffman Most dance movies save their best routine for the end, not Served.Choreographed by: Dave Scott and Chuck Maldonado The intensely powerful second battle showcases some of the hardest-hitting moves ever captured on screen, courtesy of Chris Brown, Columbus Short, and the two sparring crews.Choreographed by: Michael Peters and Eartha Robinson The standard by which all final act cinematic talent show/competitions are judged.
And more than 20 years later, no film has surpassed "Joyful, Joyful" in terms of unbridled pleasure.