From 'Work It' To 'Honey,' 13 Dance Movies To Stream

The feel-good Netflix original, 'Work It,' nails the teen dance movie formula. Here are 13 more classic films like it to stream right now.

Columbia Pictures
Center Stage, 2000

The classic Nicholas Hytner movie about a group of young dancers at the fictitious American Ballet Academy in New York City is the film that started the 2000s teen dance drama boom.

Available on: Amazon Prime

Honey, 2003

Honey was both a cultural reset and a vehicle for Jessica Alba's abs. With cameos from Missy Elliott, Jadakiss, and Ginuwine, this classic 2003 film is the perfect place to start a dance movie marathon.

Available on: Amazon Prime.

Buena Vista Pictures Distribution
Step Up, 2006

The natural successor to Honey, Step Up gave us Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan's relationship, which is a lot more than most mixed-review mid-2000s films can say.

Available on: Amazon Prime

Paramount Pictures
Footloose, 1984

The 80s were another great time for dance films, and this iconic Kevin Bacon flick about a troubled teen trying to fit in a small town that has banned dancing and rock n' roll has aged like fine wine.

Available on: Hulu

Sony Pictures
Stomp The Yard, 2007

Rival fraternities competing in step competitions at an HBCU? Suddenly class is in session.

Available on: Amazon Prime

Lionsgate Entertainment
Dirty Dancing, 1987

The film whose most famous dance move has been recreated ad nauseam over the decades is finally getting a sequel, so there's no better time to refresh your memory.

Available on: Hulu

Warner Bros. Pictures
Magic Mike, 2012

Channing Tatum returns as a Ginuwine-loving male stripper, drawing on his real-life experience as an exotic dancer.

Available on: HBO Max

Fox Searchlight Pictures
Black Swan, 2011

The only psychological ballet thriller you need.

Available on: Amazon Prime

United Artists
Fame, 1980

The film about a group of teens auditioning for coveted spots at New York's High School of Performing Arts launched a generation of dreamers.

Available on: iTunes, Amazon Prime

MTV Productions/Paramount Pictures
Save The Last Dance, 2001

Problematic 2001 racial dynamics, plus a young Kerry Washington and Julia Stiles auditioning for Julliard.

Available on: HBO Max

Burlesque, 2010

Worth watching for Cher and Christina Aguilera alone.

Available on: Netflix

Tristar Pictures
Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo, 1984

Following in the footsteps (pun intended) of hip-hop breakthrough films like Beat Street, Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo is a trip back to a time where dance was king.

Available on: Amazon Prime

Paramount Pictures
Grease, 1978

Known as the most successful movie musical of all time, the classic '70s film about star-crossed lovers Olivia Newton John and John Travolta dancing their ways through a 1950s high school competition is finally available on Netflix.

Available on: Netflix