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The Most Watched Dance Movies of the 2000s

It was a great time to be alive, the online casino industry was booming and there were all these amazing dance movies to keep you moving.

From Step Up to Moulin Rouge! We had a blast. Here are our top movie picks from the 2000s that you can watch after visiting best online casino sites.

1. Step up (2005)

After years of performing on stage and TV shows, Channing Tatum finally starred in a movie with huge box office success as a dancer turned choreographer, Mark Dacascos’ son.

He steps into the shoes of a young street hustler named Steven, played by rising star Ryan Guzman, whose goal is to step onto the professional ballroom scene.

2. Hairspray (2007)

This groundbreaking musical comedy film starring John Travolta, Michelle Pfeiffer, Nikki Blonsky, Christopher Walken, Edie McClurg, Queen Latifah, Harvey Fierstein and Amber Tamblyn came out in 2007. It won five Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Original Score.

Set during the 1960s, it follows Tracy Turnblad, the head of the Baltimore Cornettes who dreams of being on television along with Motown Records recording artist Diana Ross.

3. Moulin rouge (2001)

While filming another movie set in France, Baz Luhrmann decided to collaborate with French rock band Phoenix to shoot their music video for “Moulin rouge”. The result? One of the most beautiful and influential videos of all time.

Starring Nicole Kidman, Gisele Bündchen, Jude Law, Judi Dench, Richard E Grant, Cherie Currie and Chris Cornell, it tells the story of Anna, a New York socialite who travels to Paris where she meets an American dancer and becomes involved with his friends and family.

4. Bring it On Again

Who doesn’t know the phrase “break a leg”? While it may seem like just a thing dancers say to each other when one person goes on stage, in reality, it can have very real medical implications.

If you’re part of a theatrical production or performance group; then by law, if something should happen to you while you are onstage, Bring It On: A Musical Movie will pay your beneficiaries a benefit.

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