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[[Image:Popping.png|thumb|Movie poster for Popping]]
 
[[Image:Popping.png|thumb|Movie poster for Popping]]
'''Popping''' is a film in ''[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]''. It's a 'heartwarming' dance-off movie about a kid from the rough part of town who has one chance to make something of his life. It is a 78-minute training montage in which the main character, Flex, is put through his paces in a dance studio by an older mentor from the neighborhood and a hot upper-middle class ballerina. It is likely to be a parody of the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Step_Up_(film) Step Up] [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Step_Up_2:_The_Streets film series], as both are two people, one underprivileged and one upperclass, dancing. It's rated PG, for "Patronizing Gush". The movie has its breakfast cereal, "Popping Cherries", (whose name is a reference to loss of female virginity) distributed by [[Biglogs]].
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'''Popping''' is a film in ''[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]''. It's a 'heartwarming' dance-off movie about a kid from the rough part of town who has one chance to make something of his life. It is a 78-minute training montage in which the main character, Flex, is put through his paces in a dance studio by an older mentor from the neighborhood and a hot upper-middle class ballerina. It is likely to be a parody of the film [[wp:Step Up (film)|Step Up]], as both are about two people (one underprivileged and one upperclass) dancing. It's rated PG, for "Patronizing Gush". The movie has its breakfast cereal, '''Popping Cherries''', whose name is a reference to loss of female virginity, distributed by [[Biglogs]].
 
[[Category:Films]]
 
[[Category:Films]]

Latest revision as of 12:46, 10 October 2010

Movie poster for Popping

Popping is a film in Grand Theft Auto IV. It's a 'heartwarming' dance-off movie about a kid from the rough part of town who has one chance to make something of his life. It is a 78-minute training montage in which the main character, Flex, is put through his paces in a dance studio by an older mentor from the neighborhood and a hot upper-middle class ballerina. It is likely to be a parody of the film Step Up, as both are about two people (one underprivileged and one upperclass) dancing. It's rated PG, for "Patronizing Gush". The movie has its breakfast cereal, Popping Cherries, whose name is a reference to loss of female virginity, distributed by Biglogs.