9:00PM! Saturday Feb 26, 2011!
At the Toronto Underground Cinema!From the director of RAPPIN' and LAMBADA!
From the producers of BLOODSPORT and TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2!Get ready to pop, lock, flare & freeze! After over 25 years, BREAKIN' returns to Toronto!
Come out, breakdance and behold a MEGA-RARE screening of a 35mm print of BREAKIN'. There will be music, dancing, drinks, popcorn, awesome trailers and more. Invite your friends. Do the Body Rock till the break of dawn! GOOD TIMES GUARANTEED.
aka Breakdance: The Movie
1984 / 35mm / 90 min
Director: Joel Silberg
Stars: Lucinda Dickey, Adolfo Quinones, and Michael Chambers. Plus first time onscreen roles by Ice-T and Jean Claude VanDamme!
Lucinda Dickey, Adolpho "Shabba-Doo" Quinones and Michael "Boogaloo Shrimp" Chambers pump up the jam as a struggling trio of dancers - jazz for her, break for them - taking on a rival crew, Electro Rock (consisting of poppers Poppin' Pete, Poppin' Taco and Lollipop) in a professional dance competition. They also struggle to overcome scorn from Kelly's dance instructor, Franco, who disapproves of her hybrid dance style and affiliation with "street dancers." Packed with fast-paced moves, furious jives and featuring the smash hits "Breakin' ... There's No Stoppin' Us" and "Freakshow on the Dance Floor".
Things You'll Learn from BREAKIN'
Gay men hate to be called "Cupcake."
Socks are under utilized as a fashion statement.
Tina Turner used to rent out her hair.
Linoleum is a breakdancer's best friend.
Never offer "pig cheese" to an overweight woman.
Sweet Tarts do not dissolve when exposed to sweat and make for unique jewelry.
Some girls really like sequins.
LOCATION: Toronto Underground Cinema (186 Spadina Ave, just north of Queen)
DOORS OPEN: 9:00PM
PRE-SHOW: 9:00PM - 10:00PM