You Got Served

You Got Served

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Director: Christopher B. Stokes

Cast: Christopher B. Stokes, Marques Houston, Omarion Grandberry

     
 

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Beyond the electrifying dance sequences, there isn't much going for this bland urban melodrama, but thankfully the DVD is a step up from the movie itself, though just barely. Columbia/TriStar has done a fine job with the transfer. Framed at the aspect ratio of 1.85:1 and anamorphic, the image is at times a little soft, and occasionally there is some grain evident, but

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Beyond the electrifying dance sequences, there isn't much going for this bland urban melodrama, but thankfully the DVD is a step up from the movie itself, though just barely. Columbia/TriStar has done a fine job with the transfer. Framed at the aspect ratio of 1.85:1 and anamorphic, the image is at times a little soft, and occasionally there is some grain evident, but the imperfections are forgivable. Details suffers during those periods, but for the most part, the picture looks good. Colors generally come across nicely and skin tones are perfectly matched. The sound, a 5.1 Dolby Digital track, is surprising not as effective as would be expected. The dance scenes do have a healthy dose of bass, but simply aren't that effective, while the remainder of the film is very low-key, rarely taking advantage of the sound field. Granted, the dialogue and music is clear, but the sound is still somewhat of a letdown overall. As for supplements, there are a few, some good and some hardly worth mentioning. The latter group includes two mediocre commentary tracks, one with stars Omari Grandberry and Marques Houston and director/writer Christopher B. Stokes and the second, a partial video commentary (at times you can watch the commentators as they discuss the movie while they watch it) including Stokes, producer Billy Pollina, choreographer David Scott, actress Meagan Good, and a number of the dancers. Neither commentary is particularly good, especially the video commentary, as they seem to be there to eat pizza and "whoop it up" for the dance moves more than anything. Both rarely get to the point or give any information worth listening to. More interesting is a 25-minute documentary, "Serve It Up: The Making of You Got Served," with cast and crew interviews, and the music video "Badaboom" from the now-defunct B2K (some of the stars in the film were from this R&B boy band). Also of interest is the option to watch the opening-scene dance battle from five different camera angles. Also thrown in is a four-minute montage of the dances throughout the film, shown in no particular order or reason. Rounding things out are trailers for Hellboy, Breakin' All the Rules, and 13 Going on 30.

Product Details

Release Date:
05/18/2004
UPC:
0043396031579
Original Release:
2004
Rating:
PG13
Source:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
1:35:00
Sales rank:
34,853

Special Features

Closed Caption; Filmed Dance Commentary ; Director and Cast Commentary ; Serve It Up: The Making of "You Got Served" ; Battle of the Beat Featurette ; Dance Breakdown: Multi Angle Feature ; "Badaboom" Music Video by B2K

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Marques Houston Elgin
Omarion Grandberry David
Lil' Kim Lil' Kim
Michael "Bear" Taliferro Emerald
Alani "La La" Vasquez Herself
Christopher Jones Wade
Meagan Good Beautifull
Steve Harvey Mr. Rad
Malcolm David Kelley Lil Saint
Jennifer Nicole Actor
Kevin Federline Dancer
Robert Hoffman Actor

Technical Credits
Christopher B. Stokes Director,Screenwriter
Todd Michael Amateau Asst. Director
Katrina Askew Executive Producer
Tyler Bates Score Composer
Barry Cole Musical Direction/Supervision
Dave Scott Choreography
Kitty Doris-Bates Art Director
Stephen Flick Sound/Sound Designer
Max Gousse Executive Producer
David Hennings Cinematographer
Robert James Hoffman Choreography
Ca-Trece Ma'Sey Costumes/Costume Designer
Marcus Morton Producer
Billy Pollina Producer
Maxine Shepard Production Designer
Shane Sparks Choreography
Monica Swann Casting
Earl Watson Editor
Cassius Vernon Weathersby Producer
Jason Weil Art Director

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Start
2. The Baddest Crew
3. David & Elgin
4. Liyah
5. Dance Battle 1
6. Double or Nothing
7. Beautiful
8. Wade
9. Grandma
10. The $5000 Challenge
11. "You Suckas Got Served!"
12. Command Performance
13. In Emergency
14. Mad at the World
15. Lil' Saint
16. "El's in Trouble"
17. A Girl in Love
18. The Peacemaker
19. Guilty Until Proven Innocent
20. Dance Battle II
21. $50,000 Big Bounce
22. The Semifinals
23. "Lil' Saint Died a Few Hours Ago"
24. Stop the Madness
25. The Finals
26. A Tie!
27. Wade's Crew VS. the Lil' Saints
28. The Dopest Crew Wins

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You Got Served 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
this is the most best movie ever if you like b2k you like this movie except jenifer freeman was kissing omari
Guest More than 1 year ago
Once the movie starts to the end it just makes you want to dance. The music was hoppin' as well as the moves! If you like hip hop or just plain music...you are gonna like this movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved the movie. The actors were great, and the dance moves were excellent. If you liked the movie 'breakin' you will difinitly love this film.
Guest More than 1 year ago
ahaha.. this was an awesome movie.. BUT SOOOO corny... the dancing was amazing! the movie needed some 'realness' to it. but i loved it all the same BIG UP TO PRIMI AND KYLIE! (EMERALD!!!!!!!!!)
Guest More than 1 year ago
If theres any movie that makes an audience wanna get up and dance its this one. The music, the moves, the adrinilin, whoo, it makes me wanna start pop lockin right now. This movie is full of non stop dance moves that i gaurantee you have never seen in any other movie. So if you got a dance team it will make you practice even harder after you see this movie, and if you dont have a dance team go make one cause the musics goin, the movies on, whos gonna get served?
Guest More than 1 year ago
The only thing good about this movie was the DANCING. On the serious tip, B2K are not all that great when it comes to acting. If you like dancing, then you should watch this movie...
Guest More than 1 year ago
I would give the acting in this movie a 1 and the dancing a 5 so I averaged it out to 3. If you are into 'the cinematic experience' don't see this but if you enjoy watching great dancing, this is the film to see. The dancing is my favorite dancing in a movie with exception to 'Thriller'.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie was so awesome. Its also really cool that some people actually live like that. B2K was hot in that movie. Marques and Omarion can really dance!!!!!!
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