Step Up Revolution (2012) 1080p

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Genres:
Drama | Music
Resolution:
1920*1080
Size:
1.45G
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
99 min
IMDB Rating:
6.1 / 10 
MPR:
PG-13
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Directors: Scott Speer [Director] ,


Movie Description:
The Mob sets the dancing against the vibrant backdrop of Miami. Emily arrives in Miami with aspirations of becoming a professional dancer and soon falls in love with Sean, 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 Mobs historic neighborhood and displace thousands-of people, Emily must work 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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Reviews

More flat than anything else, unfortunately.

After having attended a couple of the early Step Up movies I gave this one a shot to see if it might have evolved. The reality of it is: It hasn't evolved! Characters - especially the main ones - are bland and unbelievable - literally. The storyline couldn't be any more ordinary. Music wise the producers tried to incorporate Dub Step as the main music style, which didn't match the theme, nor the story. The dance action whatsoever did accommodate the music, but missed the overall messaging purpose of "The Mob" by miles. Cheesy, non erotic. That sounds all pretty negative. So I am guessing the movie addresses a very young audience. Shame.

There's no reason you won't enjoy this one!

Step Up Revolution is a must watch if you are street dancing fan. Dancing gets just better and political here! Tight moves, fancy footwork, blasting beats, spectacular group numbers n backdrop of glitzy Miami... There's no reason you won't enjoy this one. Oh yeah, someone knows how to take full advantage of 3D, from the opening scene to the end credits. Kudos to "The Mob" n entire crew. Must mention, the magic man in the background is our own Shaamak Davar. Overall, I would call it a triumph of sheer spectacle! Yes, my review doesn't go with the critics because what critics don't understand is, they don't make these things to win awards, they make them so we can have fun watching!

Incredible dancing, terrible movie

Each new installment of the "Step Up" franchise is a step down from the last. "Step Up Revolution" stars Kathryn McCormick ("So You Think You Can Dance") and Ryan Guzman. The story is about a group of dancers called The Mob, which performs flash mobs all over the city of Miami. In order to win a YouTube contest with a grand prize, each of their performances are filmed and put online to get the most views that they possibly can receive. Sean (Guzman) first meets Emily (McCormick) at a party and she eventually joins The Mob. However, they soon find out that some successful businessman is planning to tear down The Mob members' neighborhood. This businessman just happens to be Emily's father. Didn't see that one coming? The rest of the movie involves The Mob using their talents to protest and win their neighborhood back, while Emily is conflicted between her father and her new crew. My expectations were pretty low going in, but somehow this movie is even worse than I had expected. Yes, the dancing is incredible and the choreography is quite inventive, but it doesn't make up for the awful acting and overly familiar story. Kathryn McCormick and Ryan Guzman had no chemistry, nor do they have much of an acting background. The plot is extremely predictable and the script is as cheesy as it gets. The only enjoyable scenes are those that involve dancing. The rest is tough to sit through. There are a few cameos in an attempt to somehow connect the fourth "Step Up" to the previous two, which was a nice surprise. If you loved "Step Up 2: The Streets" and "Step Up 3D", I'm sure you'll love this one too. It's incomparable to the first "Step Up", which is less of a 'dance movie' and more of a movie that includes dance within it. I give "Step Up Revolution" a 4 out of 10. If it weren't for the amazing dancing, I'd give it a 1.
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