Born to Dance

Synopsis: Coming of age tale told through the eyes of 'Tu', an ambitious young man from Auckland who dreams of being a professional hip-hop dancer.
Genre: Action, Drama, Music
Director(s): Tammy Davis
  3 nominations.
96 min

We're ready, we're ready

Yeah, we ready, ready,

ready, ready, ready

Major lazer is ready

We're ready yeah, we're ready

Ready, ready


-Ready, ready, ready

Look how the sun now raisin' up

And the crowd now wakin' up

For the third year in a row,

the international hip-hop

champions are K-crew!

Representing from New Zealand!

We got it! It's us! We out!

Before we head out on the road

The gyal dem wine nonstop

So let me see your hands up

So everybody now

put your hands up so

So if you're ready for the

road, let your friend dem know

We ready for the road


Major lazer ready for

the ro-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-ad

Major lazer ready for the...

All state, baby... we training!

If you think you got what it

takes to dance with the best,

hit us up.

Show us what you got.

You know we're off the clock,

we're waiting for you, man.

Yeah, yeah. What

are you watching?

K-crew's new vid's up.

Bro, they just

got back from tour.

They're mean as.

You're obsessed

with those little,

rich north shore b*tches.

Those rich "north shore b*tches"

won internationals

three times in a row.

Only 'cause I wasn't

there to carve them up.

Give them a little

southside heat.

Gonna represent, yo!



There's a dog!

Hey, hey, hey!

Yeah! Get it, Kalisha.


Hey! 'Sup "G"?

What's up, man?

What's up, Boo?

What's up, Benjy?




-What's up? Hey.

What's happening,

what's happening?

Hey, so, I've got

an idea for tonight.

Hey, really?

-Whoa. Stop. Like, give up.

-1, 2.

-1, 2, 2.


What do you think?

Hey, yeah, maybe we could,

like, add a bit more swag to it.

-Wait, wait. Watch this.


Hey, yeah, yeah.

Yeah, what if you

just sit back down?

About to do this, and

then you just took over.

Anybody else got something?


-Hey! Yeah!




-Hey, hey, hey!



Unh! Okay, okay!

Yeah! Hey, hey!


Hey, hey!

What's up, boys?



-Hey, hey!

-Hey, hey!



Hey, I'm gonna

go and get a cone.

Keen for a feed?

No. Eating with my dad.

All right. You sure?


Oi! Don't forget

the battle tonight.

Whatever, mum.

Hey, you off home?

No. I got to go study.

Meet at yours at 7:00?

Yeah. Later, loser.


For the land of the long white

And my mom for the whole flight

Yeah, just a small-town

kid with the midas touch

Trying to make some memories

before the time is up

And it's all

I feel so good today

I feel so good today


How was your day?

Same as yesterday.

You're done with school.

What are your plans

after the summer?

I don't know?

Hey, I got the job

at the warehouse.

-Recycling plastic.

-It's work.

Heaps of people around

here don't even have jobs.

I promised your mother you'd

make something of yourself,

and that's why I've decided

if you don't have a better

plan after the summer...

You're joining the army.


-You heard me.

You got six weeks to decide what

you're gonna do with your life.

-That's bullshit.

-Watch your mouth.

Look, I know the army

isn't a flash life,

but this is something

you can be proud of.

Oi! Loser, we're gonna be late.


Sarge, the army's your thing.

If you don't find

something better,

it'll be your thing, too.

Tu, hurry up!

Let's go.

Hey, hey, hey, hey!

Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey!

Young, young sid

Young, young, young sid, ho

Young, young sid

Young, young, young sid

Young, young sid

Young, young, young sid

What's your name now?

Sidney diamond,

fresh off confinement

Ready for assignment,

kill my rivals

No gang beside him

I solo-ride in any province

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Steve Barr

Steven Charles Barr (born September 8, 1951) is a retired American professional baseball player. A left-handed pitcher, he worked in 24 games in Major League Baseball between 1974 and 1976 for the Boston Red Sox and the Texas Rangers. He was listed as 6 feet 4 inches (1.93 m) tall and 200 pounds (91 kg). Barr was born in St. Louis but grew up in Southern California. After graduating from Carson High School (Carson, California), he was picked by Boston in the seventh round of the 1969 Major League Baseball Draft. In 1974, his sixth season in the Red Sox farm system, he won 16 games, lost eight, and posted a 2.45 earned run average and 15 complete games with the Double-A Bristol Red Sox. Barr led the Eastern League in games won was named to the All-Star team. Boston recalled him to their active roster that September and he started the penultimate game of the 1974 season. In his MLB debut, Barr threw a complete game 7–4 victory against the Cleveland Indians, scattering seven hits and six bases on balls.He began 1975 with Triple-A Pawtucket, and was given a three-game trial with the pennant-bound Red Sox in July. He made three appearances, including two starts in which he was treated roughly. surrendering ten hits, four walks and nine runs in only six innings pitched—but only two of the runs were earned. He returned to Pawtucket, where he posted a good 2.92 ERA despite a win-loss record of only 6–12. Then, on November 17, he was included in one of the off-season's blockbuster trades when he was sent to the Rangers with outfielder Juan Beníquez for future Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Ferguson Jenkins. Barr then spent all of 1976 on the Ranger roster, appearing in 20 games, including ten as a starting pitcher. In his first start, April 13 against the defending American League West champion Oakland Athletics, Barr threw a complete game, four-hit, 3–1 victory, striking out seven. He was credited with two more complete games that season, but he struggled to a 2–6 mark with a poor 5.59 earned run average. He was selected by the Seattle Mariners with the 54th pick in the 1976 Major League Baseball expansion draft, but did not the M's big-league roster and spent both 1977 and 1978 in Triple-A before retiring from baseball after ten pro seasons. In his 24 MLB games pitched, Barr allowed 88 hits and 57 bases on balls in 83​2⁄3 total innings pitched. He fanned 32, and was credited with four complete games in 13 total starts. He is the uncle of pitcher Ryan Madson. more…

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