Step Up All In


Action / Drama / Music / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 43%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 58%
IMDb Rating 6 10 27968


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Briana Evigan as Andie
Alyson Stoner as Camille
Ryan Guzman as Sean
Izabella Miko as Alexxa Brava
3D 720p 1080p
1.58 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 52 min
P/S 6 / 9
816.79 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 52 min
P/S 15 / 134
1.65 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 52 min
P/S 9 / 61

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Dr_Sagan 4 / 10

A dance show wrapped in a cheesy minimal movie.

Don't be fooled. This is not an actual movie. It is a dancing show! The plot is minimal and cheesy. Young people who want to have a chance to fame while doing what they love most. Dancing. Any other plot elements like a couple of small dramas are short-lived and superficial.

Soooo, it all about modern dance. Pop music, hip-hop, breakdance.

In that department the "movie" is OK. If you aren't too much into it, you may find your self bored near the end since the later moves are not better than those at the beginning of th movie.

This is the 5th part of a series of films, but it doesn't matter if you missed the previous ones.

Overall a dance spectacle more than a movie with lots of modern music and some fancy acrobatic moves.

Reviewed by angel999666-19-608702 1 / 10

The worst one of the series

Everything about this movie sucked. Well, everything but the camera work. Acting is horrible, the whole movie is illogical. Breaking into dancing wherever - cops, security don't care. The forced drama and childish behavior (did I mention poor acting?).

Prior installments were at least somewhat realistic, you had a connection with the main character(s).. Not here. everything is just lumped into one big mess of "big show"..

and what's up with the Girl on Fire references? Couldn't come up with something better?

very sad that we paid to see this garbage

Reviewed by quincytheodore 6 / 10

Should have all in with the stunning choreograph, and folded the cumbersome script and screenplay

One of these days Step Up will realize that it's better for the characters to just whimsically dance like in old musical movie without forcing an already stagnant plot. The movie boasts a dynamic choreography and stellar music to go with it, some are timed just right and they are admittedly entertaining. It commendably tries to bring a dancer's perspective on their life style and tribulation, but the plot often contradicts the effort by putting overly flamboyant characters or tired plot. In the end it's just another drawn out excuse for a dance battle, albeit a rather spectacular one.

Story revolves around characters from previous installments, collaborating to make a crew to win the high stake dance competition. No Channing Tatum though. If this sounds familiar, it is. There are monetary issues, personal issues and dances in between. For what it's worth, the two leads try to bring more emotion to the mix, although only a few good moments come out of it. Adam Sevani (Moose) is a star, the uncrowned lead of the series. It's quiet amazing that his side story resonates more than the actual main plot.

Problem arises when the movie attempts to exaggerate flamboyant lifestyle, especially those of celebrity's and their reality television. It's far from witty; in fact the humor tends to fall and becomes tiresome to watch. The main antagonists are mediocre unsavory characters; the male is copied directly from the typical random thug that messes with Chuck Norris or Steven Seagal at a bar, while the female is a botched version of Stanley Tucci's character from Hunger Games.

When the characters don't banter they perform well. Using odd props and good dance moves, they manage to produce a spectacle. Most of the cast are primarily dancers, so they convince the audience better using motion than poorly written script. Wardrobe looks good, each dance is represented with unique costume, the steampunk one is particularly exceptional. With simple yet effective effect, these dance sequences are the heights of the movie.

Like any other installments, the plot is almost a hindrance as audience waits for another dance scene to erupt. It does try to make audience relate, although it misses the mark more often than not, which is a shame since it invests plenty of time for it. The glossy choreograph and heart-thumping soundtracks present an enjoyable light flick, and to be fair it's what viewer would expect, but sadly nothing more.

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