Instead, the camera is trained on an intense tango that has far-reaching results.
Choreographed by: Jerry Evans, Mark Martinez, and Marlene Lang Diaz was an instant star after her screen debut, while Jim Carrey showed he was more than a funny face with this fast-paced — and jaw-dropping — routine.
Choreographed by: Christopher Scott, Chuck Maldonado, Jamal Sims, and Travis Wall Establishing the film's anti-establishment tone, the first of The Mob's many performance pieces sets a high bar: shutting down Miami's main drag with hydraulic cars and stop-you-in-your-tracks moves.
Choreographed by: John O' Connell, Sheree Da Costa, and Pamela French A trio of back-to-back-to-back spectacularly energetic performances introduce Christian (Ewan Mc Gregor) to the Moulin Rouge: The Can-Can, "Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend," and "Rhythm of the Night." Choreographed by: Adam Shankman and Anne Fletcher This reignited the trend requiring all teen movies to feature an overly complex dance routine that everyone at prom inexplicably knows how to perform flawlessly. Choreographed by: Jamal Sims and Dondraico Johnson For the most part, this 2011 reimagining simply revisits all the iconic routines from the 1984 original — but this elaborate update on the kids' night out is a foot-stomping good time.
Choreographed by: Marguerite Pomerhn-Derricks, Michelle Elkin, Andrea Moen, and Nancy O' Meara After a rocky start, Nomi Malone (Elizabeth Berkley) nails her opening night performance in Goddess.
Choreographed by: Otis Sallid and Steve La Chance Janie (Sarah Jessica Parker) and Jeff (Lee Montgomery) have been working for this moment to show their stuff on dance T. and they absolutely kill it with acrobatics that would even impress Mc Kayla Maroney.
Choreographed by: Chrissy Bocchino Demonic possession has never been more fun than it was in Catherine O' Hara's hands, as she leads a dinner party in the most unexpected Jamaican sing-along ever.
Choreographed by: Sam Rockwell, Marguerite Derricks, and Jennifer Hamilton Sam Rockwell's smooth footwork has worked its way into a half dozen films, but it first hit the screen in this blockbuster with the magic of Pharoahe Monch's "Simon Says" behind it.
Choreographed by: Bob Fosse, Gene Foote, and Kathryn Doby While there are more memorable routines, the beauty of "On Broadway" is how perfectly it conveys the sheer volume of dancers clamoring for the same spot. ) Choreographed by: Rob Marshall, Cynthia Onrubia, Denise Faye, and Joey Pizzi, with a special thanks to Bob Fosse Catherine Zeta-Jones and Renee Zellweger prove that two is always better than one (except when it's not ... Choreographed by: Alison Faulk and Teresa Espinosa Channing Tatum, Matt Bomer, Joe Manganiello, Adam Rodriguez, and Kevin Nash put your money where their mouth is in this attention-grabbing group number.
It comes outta the gate hard and fast with a killer battle that puts everyone on notice.