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    Move It: The Reel 2 Real Documentary

    The song that made the world move it.

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    Move It: The Reel 2 Real Documentary

    Directed by Marcus Reyes 2018 144 min
    In 1994 the reggae/dance duo Reel 2 Real, featuring The Mad Stuntman (Mark Quashie), a talented young reggae artist from Trinidad and Tobago and Erick Morillo a Colombian-American DJ, music producer and record label owner created one of the hottest international dance songs, "I Like to Move it." The song took the world by storm charting internationally becoming a multi-platinum single and solidified its position within pop culture when in 2005 it was featured in the popular movie Madagascar.

    The documentary "Move it" gives us a candid look at The Mad Stuntman's quick rise to fame to the fall of one of the most successful groups in the 90's from the people who know him best. More than 20+ years later, can The Mad Stuntman defy the odds and recreate the success he once held?

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    Move It: The Reel 2 Real Documentary

    In 1994 the reggae/dance duo Reel 2 Real, featuring The Mad Stuntman (Mark Quashie), a talented young reggae artist from Trinidad and Tobago and Erick Morillo a Colombian-American DJ, music producer and record label owner created one of the hottest international dance songs, "I Like to Move it." The song took the world by storm charting internationally becoming a multi-platinum single and solidified its position within pop culture when in 2005 it was featured in the popular movie Madagascar.

    The documentary "Move it" gives us a candid look at The Mad Stuntman's quick rise to fame to the fall of one of the most successful groups in the 90's from the people who know him best. More than 20+ years later, can The Mad Stuntman defy the odds and recreate the success he once held?

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