High School Dance Team Impresses With Wizard Of Oz and Pixar Themed Homecoming Pep Rally Routines

Is is just me or are high school presentations starting to look like professionally-done productions? Well, at least if they were done on a less than shoestring budget and with less than adequate cinematography. But really, watching these clips I am seriously impressed by watching these two clips at the level of skill that’s been displayed. I don’t know what high school this was but this is one heck of a homecoming routine. I think all we ever did at mine was watch the cheerleaders perform a new routine and do something to prank the football team. It was fun though.

Here’s the Wizard of Oz routine

I like this. While I’m not the biggest fan that The Wizard of Oz ever had I do like the story and find this to be very amazing what’s been done with the whole routine. Obviously it’s got to introduce just the most key characters and get through the bit quickly but they do it in such a way that you can’t help but smile as you hear the intro song to each character and watch the incredibly synchronized moves that are executed perfectly. I’m serious now, these really look like they could be taken to another level with special effects and made into something unique and altogether awesome. The routine is really that great and the dancers seem to be having a lot of fun with it. ┬áThis is an elaborate homecoming, and the students did awesome. I have to admit that when I heard a few of the songs come on I was laughing with good humor since they each fit so well.

Roar for the Cowardly Lion was awesome, as was Walk It Out for the yellow brick road scene. Insane In The Brain was awesome to hear and so was Bad Blood for the wicked witch. Hats off to this bunch for making it such an enjoyable sight.

Here’s the Pixar Routine

I’ll admit first and foremost that this one didn’t seem as organized until all the characters were out. Even then it wasn’t quite the same thing since they all have different story line and in comparison to the Wizard of Oz they kind of don’t mesh as well. But the routine is still great since they coordinate perfectly and don’t miss a beat as the entire thing becomes about the Toy Story aspect. They even drop to the floor when Andy comes on the scene and then recover when he leaves. That’s just awesome and more to the point the issue between Buzz and Woody kind of takes center stage not long after the triangle between Bo Peep, Woody, and Jesse finally culminates.

This one didn’t have quite as many pop references in it but it was also a vastly different theme and as such kind of stuck to the kind of music you’d find in a Pixar film, which was great. Overall it was just as good and well performed as the first clip. Whatever they’re doing at this school they’re doing it right.

Leave a Reply

What the “Scully Effect” is and How it Affects X-Files Fans
Remember When Jeffrey Dean Morgan Was on Shameless?
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Nails Rap from ‘Moana’ on The Graham Norton Show
The Top 10 Cartoon Psychopaths of All-Time
Man of Steel
Everything We Know about “Man of Steel 2” So Far
Here’s Why the Kid from Deadpool 2 Looks so Familiar
10 Super Troopers Quotes You Can Use in Real Life
The Surprising Truth Behind Deadpool’s Sex Scenes
The Top Uses of T. Rex Songs in Movies or TV
Great Uses of Songs in Movies: Madame Butterfly Selections in “Fatal Attraction”
The Top Uses of The Guess Who’s “American Woman” in Movies or TV
The Top Uses of The Belairs Songs in Movies or TV
Snoop Dogg Explains Hockey Rules and Culture In Video Series For NHL Playoffs
We’re Praying That Floyd Mayweather Fights in the MMA
“The Mountain” Hafthor Bjornsson Wins Arnold Sports Festival Strongman Classic
Tennis Legend Andre Agassi Discusses Partnership With Watch Brand Longines
Pneumatic Overwatch Doomfist Guantlet Made In Real Life With 2,600 Pounds Of Punching Force
Shigeru Miyamoto is Officiall Not Allowed to Bike to Work for Fear of “Frogger”
Watch Jeff Goldblum Hilariously Read Famous Video Game Dialogue
The 10 Most Overpowered Weapons In Video Gaming History
A Brief History of Louisville’s Bourbon and Beyond
Five Things You Didn’t Know About Colbie Caillat
Superhero, Sci-Fi, and Pop Culture Newborn Photoshoots
Five Things You Didn’t Know About Jamie Linden