There's no denying the infectious enthusiasm in a British mash-up of Grange Hill and StreetDance that may leave adults groaning...but anklebiters grinning.
It's a well-worn formula - a gang of youngsters have to form a dance troupe to put on a show that will save their local youth club - but what it lacks in budget it makes up for in bravado.
Horrid Henry's Theo Stevenson is slightly miscast as Ethan, a unputdownable, pint-sized player whose breezy confidence hides his own heartache at his parents' estrangement...and the self-delusion of his ducking and diving dad.
Elsewhere, Osei-Mansfield delivers a persuasive performance as Jaden, the son of pushy black parents who only really wants to dance. Yet grim domestic issues are never overplayed and the emphasis is very much on the kids themselves.
The two boys reluctantly join forces to save The Garage, a rather-too utopian youth centre altruistically run by Ashley Jensen, who is no stranger to this sort of children's TV style after her appearance in Nativity!
Giving the cast a bit of muscle are an (underused) Hugh Dennis as the school headmaster although Mark Heap gives us his best bureaucratic rotter as a devious councillor who's in cahoots with a local developer.
It doesn't really offer much to anybody over twelve...but there's plenty of positive thinking and decent role models for a younger audience.