Admit it, 2006 was a good year. It was full of viral dance crazes, Laguna Beach was thriving, Rihanna was fresh on the scene — oh, and we also got the first installment of the Step Up saga. I was totally obsessed with the dance flick, and just hearing that there could be a Step Up reunion brings me so much joy. While there's no denying that it led the charge for future dance phenomenons, I have to confess — Step Up definitely wasn't the best of the best. It totally had all of the ingredients for an overtly cliché film, and a ton of awkward and stereotypical happenings, to boot. And to prove my point, I've uncovered all of the ridiculous moments you notice when you rewatch Step Up.
If you haven't set your eyes on Step Up over the past 10 years, I think it's time that you do so. Full disclosure, I wasn't wowed by a lot of the dance sequences this time around. In fact, I found myself cringing at the corniness. But honestly, it's all worth it to witness the onscreen moments that made Jenna Dewan and Channing Tatum fall in love. Hey, I'm a realist, but a total romantic at the end of the day.