20th – That Awkward Moment Starring: Zac Efron, Miles Teller, Michael B. This may seem demeaning on the surface but critics have said it actually offers an admirable message of tolerance.
Choreographed by: John Carrafa With a quick — and smart — shout-out to their sixth grade talent show, Rachel (Ginnifer Goodwin) and Darcy (Kate Hudson) have complete freedom to spontaneously perform a perfectly choreographed dance routine. Brown, Laurieann Gibson, Monica Gomez, Kennis Marquis, and Vergi Rodriguez You will believe in Honey's (Jessica Alba) talents as a choreographer after watching her students bring the thunder in this showcase.
Choreographed by: Marguerite Derricks and Jennifer Hamilton The Little Miss Sunshine beauty pageant, like the Hoover family, will never quite be the same again after Olive (Abigail Breslin) takes the stage for this dance routine that's as charming as it is inappropriate.
Choreographed by: Patricia Birch One of the most iconic scenes in cinematic history is more famous for the tunes that come from Tom Hanks' and Robert Loggia's toes, but it wouldn't sound as sweet without their fancy footwork.
Choreographed by: John O' Connell, Sheree Da Costa, and Pamela French A trio of back-to-back-to-back spectacularly energetic performances introduce Christian (Ewan Mc Gregor) to the Moulin Rouge: The Can-Can, "Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend," and "Rhythm of the Night." Choreographed by: Adam Shankman and Anne Fletcher This reignited the trend requiring all teen movies to feature an overly complex dance routine that everyone at prom inexplicably knows how to perform flawlessly. Choreographed by: Jamal Sims and Dondraico Johnson For the most part, this 2011 reimagining simply revisits all the iconic routines from the 1984 original — but this elaborate update on the kids' night out is a foot-stomping good time.
Choreographed by: Marguerite Pomerhn-Derricks, Michelle Elkin, Andrea Moen, and Nancy O' Meara After a rocky start, Nomi Malone (Elizabeth Berkley) nails her opening night performance in Goddess.