Now Streaming: Netflix Instant Alternatives To The Expendables 3, Let's Be Cops & Step Up All In
With so many titles to choose from, Netflix Instant's library can be overwhelming. So we bring you this biweekly column as a tool to cut through the clutter by highlighting some now streaming titles that pair well with the latest theatrical releases.
Looking to The Expendables 3, Let's Be Cops and Step Up All In for inspiration, we've pulled together a selection of classic Expendable cinema, kooky action comedies, and dazzling dance movies.
Step Up All InIn this fifth installment of the popular dance movie franchise, some of your favorite Step Up alum (no, not Channing Tatum) reunite for a dance-off in Las Vegas. Ryan Guzman, Briana Evigan, Adam G. Sevani, and Misha Gabriel Hamilton co-star; Trish Sie directs.
For more movies that will inspire you to get up and two-step, try this trio that boasts iconic dance numbers, a legendary hoofer, and an actor so omnipresent he's inspired his own party game.
Dirty Dancing (1987) When she and her family vacation in a Catskills resort, 17-year-old Frances "Baby" Houseman (Jennifer Grey) discovers first love with the camp's hip-swiveling dance instructor (Patrick Swayze). This beloved and steamy romance is the perfect pick to heat up you summer. Jerry Orbach and Cynthia Rhodes co-star; Emile Ardolino directs.
Funny Face (1957) Audrey Hepburn stars as a beautiful beatnik book-lover whose set to become the next big thing in the modeling world. The one and only Fred Astaire co-stars as a photographer who first falls for her funny face. Stanley Donen directs.
Footloose (1984) In the movie that made Kevin Bacon a household name, he stars as Ren McCormick, a city kid with a dance in his heart, forced to move to a small town where dancing is outlawed. Of course, he'll cut footloose and change everything! Herbert Ross directs.
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