Step Up (Widescreen Edition)
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Tyler Gage (Channing Tatum) is a down and out, teenage foster kid, stuck in a family with a harried foster mom, struggling to support the family; a beer guzzling, TV-addicted, couch potato "dad" and two younger foster siblings, just as lost as he is. He hangs in his run down Baltimore neighborhood with Mac Carter (Damaine Radcliff) and his little brother Skinny (De'Shawn Washington), whose mother works at night, which is when the boys routinely get into trouble.
Tyler and Mac regularly jack cars and sell them at the local chop shop. On Saturday nights, they drop in at a neighborhood night club, populated by the occasional gunslinger, but with the best break dancing anywhere. And Tyler is a natural.
One weekend night, after being threatened with a gun and fleeing the club, Tyler, Mac and Skinny run through the streets, kicking cans and carelessly tossing refuse. Then one of them accidentally hits the window at the Maryland School of the Arts. Skinny decides to smash the window completely, and before long, the boys are in. They ogle the halls and showcases until Tyler finds the auditorium and heads for the stage, awed by the costumes, sets and props, which which the boys are soon dancing--and smashing.
Tyler takes the rap for his friends, who flee into the night. Sentenced to 200 hours of community service, he at first wants nothing more than to finish his time, mopping floors, changing lights and collecting trash.Read more ›
That's set around a dance
A guy who grew up the hard way
And gets a second chance
He's basically a smart-mouthed punk
Just headed for disaster
By picking fights and boosting cars
He's gonna get there faster
While cleaning up at the Art School
He notices this girl
As luck would have it, he's the man
She needs to help her twirl
She's a driven dancing queen
Who needs to get it right
On and off and off and on
They practice, feud and fight
I'm sure you've guessed how this one ends
With dancing and romance
But something in it strikes a chord
It's worth more than a glance
Amanda Richards, January 20, 2007
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Another wonderful Channing Tatum movie.
Worked right into a Channing Tatum movie marathon weekend
Typical heartthrob love story teeny-bopper movie, very predictable, but the dancing in it is great! if you are a fan of Channing Tatum, then you will love this movie, he is very... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brian Vliet