Once upon a time in the June of 2011, my best good friend Sheida Hancock and I took to the streets of Singapore to film a deeply important piece of cinema. The reviews were unanimous: “Moving,” “A genre transcending performance,” “Life changing,” “Twerk.” Ladies and gentlemen, this is Singapore Shufflin’. I LIKE YOU!Click to Continue!
Hot on the heels of Sheida Hancock‘s directorial debut (Monsoon Dance Party), comes an orangefoamfinger/Isaac Likes film collaboration… Singapore Shufflin’. Every day we shufflin’. I LIKE YOU!Click to Continue!
Image /Pop Secret You know I love my dance clips – anything with a bit of pizazz and spectacle is a-ok in my books. I just saw this one over at Katherine is Awesome and had to repost it. Picture this – Zooey Deschanel and Joseph Gordon Levitt in a campy 60s jaunt around a gloomy establishment bank. He’s wearing the sharpest black suit with Ray-Bans, she’s in a total Miuccia Prada get up, and they’re just twirling like they’ve got no cares in the world. I’m not quite sure what the dancing has to do with the bank robbery,Click to Continue!
Video courtesy of MAX Dizingof does interpretive dance – works everytime.Click to Continue!
No it’s not a variation on the chicken dance. If you like dance movies, if you like hip hop and r’n’b, or if you like a combination of all three, go see Step Up 2. Along with the formulaic plot line – orphan girl falls in with the wrong crowd (a bunch of rag-tag dancin’ gangstas for whom missing a practice is the ultimate sin), gets herself into trouble, has one shot to clean up her act or else she’ll get sent to live in Texas with an Aunt she hardly knows, runs into the main character from the lastClick to Continue!