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25 Best Dance Films On Netflix UK According to IMDb ratings

Updated: Mar 13

Not sure which dance movie to pick to watch? There's so many dance films on Netflix, how do you choose the best one? Our list of the best 25 dance films on Netflix in order of IMDb rating below will help you choose.

Want to get straight to what's number 1? That's 2020 film: Yeh Ballet: Picked out by an eccentric ballet master, two gifted but underprivileged teens face bigotry and disappointment as they pursue their dreams as dancers.

Before we give you the full list, let's get a little background: the very first dance movie shown to an audience was Swan LakeBallet in 1895. Over a century later hundreds of dance movies have been made. Netflix currently (at time of writing) have a selection of more than 30 dance movies to choose from in the UK and even more in other locations worldwide.

We are a street dance company and of course love a street dance movie, take a look at our 'Top five street dance movies' with the following in the top 5 spots:

  1. Save The Last Dance

  2. You Got Served

  3. Step Up

  4. Street Dance 3D

  5. Honey

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It's not just street dance movies we love, we can resonate with most dance movies and are excited to share this list of the top 25 dance films (according to IMDb ratings) with you, here it is:

No. 25 of Best Dance Films On Netflix:

Happy New Year

IMDb rating: 5.0 / 10

Released: 2014

Other Categories: Action, Comedy, Crime

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Happy New Year - Movie Cover - Best Dance Films On Netflix

A group of amateur dancers take part in a competition to win a personal battle.

Summary and image from IMBd*

No. 24 of Best Dance Films On Netflix:

Honey 2

IMDb rating: 5.3 / 10

Released: 2011

Other Categories: Comedy, Drama, Music

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Recently coming out of juvenile detention, dancer Maria Ramirez finds a dance crew where she can enjoy her passion.