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.

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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

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