Triple bill of American teen dance dramas. Channing Tatum stars in 'Step Up' (1995) as Tyler Gage, a rough street kid with raw talent. When Tyler finds himself doing community service at a school for the performing arts, he meets Nora (Jenna Dewan), a beautiful and privileged classically-trained dancer who's searching for a temporary replacement for her injured dance partner. Spying Tyler's smooth moves, Nora decides to take a chance on him. But as they begin training, tension builds, tempers flare and the differences in their backgrounds come to the fore. Will Tyler let these difficulties get in the way of his dreams? In 'Step Up 2 - The Streets' (2008) Andie (Briana Evigan) is a member of an elite inner-city dance crew called the 410. When the 410 pretend to be muggers on a subway car and then stage an impromptu dance show for the somewhat bewildered passengers, Andie's guardian (Sonja Sohn) ships her off to the Maryland School of the Arts. Andie's urban street style, of course, goes against the grain of the strait-laced school. Then Tyler Gauge (Tatum), the main character from the original film, challenges Andie to a dance-off. If Andie loses, she agrees to take the school seriously and start attending classes. The film culminates in an underground dance battle with her old crew, the 410. In 'Step Up 3' (2010), a group of young underground street dancers in New York - including Luke (Rick Malambri) and Natalie (Sharni Vinson) - team up with NYU students Moose (Adam Sevani) and Camille (Alyson Stoner) to take on the world's best hip-hop dancers in the ultimate street-dancing contest, an experience that will alter the course of all their lives.