How bad is it? It just might be the worst breakdancing movie.
Should you see it? It definitely has it's laughs.
Lorenzo Lamas, badly miscast, plays a South Bronx youth who deserts his friends to work in a Manhattan night club as a deejay and who sees breakdancing as his ticket to the big time. Lamas is often hysterically funny to watch. The film has at least a dozen musical numbers, astonishingly awful fashions, and 1980's movie cliches from montages to the obligatory slow-clap victory.