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Step Up: Revolution [DVD]
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STEP UP: REVOLUTION is the next installment in the worldwide smash STEP UP franchise, which sets the dancing against the vibrant backdrop of Miami. EMILY (Kathryn McCormick) arrives in Miami with aspirations of becoming a professional dancer and soon falls in love with SEAN (Ryan Guzman), a young man who leads a dance crew in elaborate, cutting-edge flash mobs, called "The Mob." When a wealthy business man threatens to develop The Mob's historic neighborhood and displace thousands of people, Emily must band together with Sean and The Mob to turn their performance art into protest art, and risk losing their dreams to fight for a greater cause.
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That no matter how small your voice may be there are different ways to make yourself heard. In this case, The Mob. I won't ruin the story, but needless to say, if you like Steep Up this is a MUST see! Great characters, great dancing, and a great creative story! You will not be disappointed. So get the movie and...
I know I did!
I've watched the other Step Up movies at least twice. While the acting and plot wasn't perfect, the first three did a decent job at getting you attached to at least one of the lead dancers. And I watched them all in one sitting.
This one however, was different. I didn't feel attached to the main dancers and I didn't feel attached to the plot. I didn't really care if the main characters won or not or stopped Anderson from building his hotel. I kept going: ok, get to the next mob so that I can see the dancing. And the story was moving so slowly that I didn't feel bad about stopping in the middle of the movie to go do something else. I did eventually finish it. I wanted to see Moose come in and dance.
The more I think about it, the more the reason why came to light. Because it pulled the same plot device Step Up 3D did. Female lead dancer is related to the bad guy in the film and fails to keep it a secret and the revealing of the secret will be what kicks off the climax of the movie. And the secret coming out leads to the band of dancers breaking up and until the lead male gets over it, the band of dancers just can't seem to move on.
If the creators of this movie read this: find a new plot device! In three of the four Step Ups a fight between the lead dancers is the start of the climax of the movie. Step Up 2 the Streets is my favorite of the Step Up movies. Because it doesn't use the romantic sub plot as the problem that kicks off the climax of the movie.
Step Up 3D is my second favorite and close to the top because you did something different. The story wasn't just focused on the male and female lead dancers. It also focused on Moose and his relationship with his best friend.
We know going in that the plot is secondary to the dancing, it's a dance movie. But give us an interesting plot with some new twists. Don't be afraid to shake things up.
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Step Up - Good story line with good street and ballet dancers. Romantic story line
Step Up 2 - Good street and break dancer. Neat and believable story line
Step Up 3 - Excellent street and break dancers. Nice story line. Final battle is wicked!
Dancing always good and while not the best in the series (Step Up 2) it's still fun.
Oh and although it doesn't say so anywhere on the box you get the film in 3D as well. If you want it that is.
£3 ? Bargain.