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Plot: 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 Mob's 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. Runtime: 99 mins Release Date: 26 Jul 2012
Absolutely loved the movie! I am a fan of all of the step up movies but this one takes the cake. Not only were the leads amazing but the choreography was perfection. There was a perfect blend of dance and acting. It had a great plot and I would definitely recommend it. Seeing past and current dancers from "So You Think You Can Dance" was an added bonus. I especially enjoyed Twitch, Brandon, and Tony Bellissimo you were in it to little <3 Kathryn McCormick proved to be a good actor and an even better dancing which I had expected due to her experiences and performances on SYTYCD. <more>
Ryan Guzman was also good, seen shirtless through most of the movie added some extra but his acting was good as always and he proved that he could dance. Learning how in only 3 months. Which is impressive considering his fellow dancers. Seen it once.. definitely not enough. Will be going back to theatres, and buying it!
You'll want to get yourself mobbed by The Mob after watching this fast paced dynamic flick. It's creative brilliance at its best. Credit goes to director, Scott Speer whose vision to create a visually spectacular dance film with heart and soul was realised far beyond what I might have imagined. Set in Miami, it sizzles with Latino spice. The storyline is straight from the cookie cutter of poor boy, Sean Ryan Guzman meets rich girl, Emily Kathryn McCormick , they fall in love at first sight. Rich girl's father Peter Gallagher is a mega property developer who is about to tear <more>
down the poor boy's Latino neighbourhood in the name of progress and beautification of what he refers to as a slum. Sound familiar? Yes, but the story is so well put together visually and creatively that the ride is smooth and very pleasing to the eye. Take the movie for what it is â€“ pure entertainment â€“ and leave the rest behind because no one is going to believe that a group of poor street dancers would have the funds or resources to put together such masterful dance routines, let alone conduct them in high security buildings during VIP events.The Mob is the name for the group of street dancers, lead by Guzman, who mob public areas in an attempt to get noticed and win $100K for getting 10 million hits on You Tube. They come up with spectacular dance routines that leave the public breathless, regardless of the intrusion. These guys take street dancing to a whole new level of professionalism with such a mix of dance styles and some parkour thrown in for extra spice. The sheer hard work, dedication and heart and soul that each dancer puts into their performance is what makes this movie a pleasure to watch. Youth honouring the art of dance and going for something by working hard at it.It's disappointing though, that teenagers are so often portrayed as rebellious law breakers. The Mob hack into security systems, turn up uninvited to VIP social events, turn a fancy restaurant into a burlesque show, and cause traffic chaos, all in order to get noticed but at the risk of getting arrested. A far cry from being positive role models. Was the lesson learnt when they did end up getting arrested? You'll have to watch to find out.The creative team behind the scenes are innovative, creative geniuses. Every dance routine was pure magic, with each one so unique and well thought out that I couldn't wait to see what they would come up with next. The opening scene of a Miami traffic jam gave jam a whole new meaning. If only people would get out of their cars and dance like that, instead of wanting to pound someone's head in, whenever they were stuck in traffic, the world would be a whole lot more colourful. The choreography was perfection and the passion of each dancer was apparent in their every move.Screenwriter, Amanda Brody did a good job of using twists here and there to make the script less predictable, and it was refreshing to have youth putting all their energy into something that eventually benefited the community, rather than just getting noticed for the sake of a chance for fame and fortune.Guzman and McCormick were obviously cast for their brilliant dance performances, rather than their acting ability. They are certainly beautiful to watch but as for chemistry between them, the flame was only simmering. Their performances as lovers lacked emotion â€“ an actor's eyes are a dead give-away. They seemed more like friends than lovers. The love affair was more with their dancing than with each other. All up though, everyone in this film is a star. I admired and appreciated the hard work that went into making it, and it was obvious that everyone involved loved every minute of it. I rate my films with top marks if they are films that I want to see over and over. I saw the 3D version which was out of this world. There's nothing like having a hot Latino body jump out at you from the screen! Go see it and let your mundane world melt away for 99 minutes of high energy entertainment.
The Greatest Story Ever Brought To The Big Screen (by ttaf353)
I entered the cinema with some in-trepidation before watching this movie, popcorn at the ready and coca cola in hand i slowly sank into my ill-fitting cramp seat. Once the movie started i was awe inspired from start until the closing credits. Sean played by a homosexual dancer was moving like vanilla ice on water, his kick style dancing would of made even the hardcore dancers of the next generation salivate, the only way to express the moves he does without you seeing this film is by saying imagine Tchaikovskys Swan Lake performed by a man in slacks, Now to the very believable storyline which <more>
involves a billionaire property dealer who wants to knock down thousands of crack houses to make way for better quality homes and a cleaner safe environment for children to play in, and the dancers persistent fight to thwart him in his tracks, and true to life after 2 hours of watching kicks and hands flapping about they succeed, plus they all become great mates and have a bit of a laugh. excellent movie that should of got an Oscar for most elaborate and traditional story line.
I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. My favorite type of movies is fun ones, drama and romance. I took my 11 year old with me to see it as she already loved the other 3 that had come out. She really enjoyed this one as well.We watched the regular movie, but, I have to admit, as much as I don't like paying extra for 3D movies, I think this one may have been worth it, with all the steps and extra's that were done.This one seemed to have a bigger meaning than the previous 3. The dancers are trying to save their community from Emily's father destroying it and building it up. There are not <more>
many communities left in the country, that have been there generation after generation. But, with their dancing, I loved that they used their skills to try and make a point. Granted, the co-founder destroyed that mission once he found out who Emily's father was, they all came together in the end and got the job done. Forget about being disqualified from a contest to win 100k, they were fighting for their homes and won without violence. This is something we can take and use in real life.http://www.singleparentretreat.com
Dancing is another form of language and it's another way to express one's voice and emotion. (by yowchilla)
The movie was upbeatin, inspiring, encouraging, colorful and creative. The message here is dancing is a language and another way to express one's voice or the community. Movie Rate: Action: 5/5, there's lots of actions, dancing and stunts through out the movie. Romantic: 3/5, a few scenes that are very romantic specially when the couples were dancing on the beach. Creativity: 5/5 Excellent !, it was very unique and the colors and the style are just brilliant. Inspring: 3/5 It was very inspiring, how dancing is another way to express people's voice. Enjoyable: 5/5 Yes it was very <more>
fun and good upbeat ending.In my personal opinion, I would, overall : 5/5
a formula romance made cogent through superb film making (by Dunham16)
On the surface this romantic movie seems so formulaic one might pass it over unless a fan of each and every movie of this genre anxious to watch all of them over and over. A rich entrepreneur threatens the livelihoods of many struggling working people in Miami. His daughter has no interest in joining his empire and would rather become a professorial dancer. Her mentor becomes a low end male employee struggling to help his sister and niece make ends meet in Miami who works for her dad. The two leads of course face every obstacle thrown their way in the generic romantic movie and come out on <more>
top precisely the way those not fascinated by this genre expect. What makes this movie special is its superb film making. Every shot grabs the audience and keeps their interest. The seemingly trite themes are repackaged as meaningful for our time and the progress of the leads fascinating to watch. In the end one predicts the formula yet thoroughly enjoys every moment of the film.
dance for a cause and rock it..... (by shyamkrishsai)
I have always been a step up fan from the first one..with my personal favorite being the second one.I went to watch this after reading all the negative reviews,but after watching it ...i have to say it was awesome....just the whole dance and music will keep u on your seats frustrated enough to get up and dance....who cares about the storyline for an ultimate dance musical movie like step up...its all for fun for the adrenaline rush ....still this time they introduced concept dancing of a cause and it does make sense...it has a point in it and that was good...all the way it is surely a movie <more>
for all the step up fans who loves dance and music and a hell lot of fun mixed with it.....
Best sequel to the dance franchise so far (by araledlessur)
Among the sequels of the biggest dance franchise ever, I find this the best so far. We can not take away the cheesy and predictable love subplot because it is what works alongside its main plot that being dance itself. This is the most realistic since i can truly see this happening in the real world and the most cohesive when it comes to its choreography and dance sequences.It is also very interesting to know that this movie is dubbed as the 'So You Think You Can Dance' movie since most of the people involved are from the said reality show. If you are a fan of dance, you can really <more>
appreciate how they put a lot of these things together.Hats off to everyone involved in the movie especially in putting in more mainstream songs in the soundtrack, incorporating social media and showing trends such as in mobbing. Imagine all of these factors working together with the most cinematically effective choreography brought about by world-renowned personalities in Jamal Sims, Christopher Scott and Travis Wall among others. This is also the first time that a real life dancer was ushered in as the female protagonist in Kathryn McCormick together with a male model-dancer in Ryan Guzman. To put in continuity in the franchise, Stephen Boss, Mari Koda, Chadd Smith and Adam Sevani were also in the movie which is Ã¼ber awesome!While watching the movie, also try identifying real-life famous dancers and choreographers for fun!
Step Up Revolution moves beyond being just an OK dance movie to a loud and crazy concert charged with the most incredible choreography (by moviexclusive)
Calling a Step Up movie good or bad always seems like missing the point these days. The franchise's contribution to the dance genre is so prolific and so varied in ways no other movies could ever hope to match that when a Step Up movie is bad, it's an indulgent wreck, and when a Step Up movie is good, it's still an indulgent wreck. It's a sign that a Step Up movie requires a certain set of expectations going in. Yet Step Up Revolution is such a scorching culmination of quality that has been escalating in greatness over the three previous Step Up movies that when I say everyone <more>
will be able to appreciate even the stains as part of the package, I really mean it.Sean Ryan Guzman is the leader of The MOB, a dance group that stages elaborate street performances and films them with the goal of winning a YouTube competition where YouTube pays the first video that reaches 10 million hits. The group is languishing and seems to lack a certain inspiration until Sean meets Emily Kathryn McCormick , an aspiring professional dance and daughter of real estate tycoon William Peter Gallagher . Sean and Emily hit it off immediately but when the latter's father hatches a plan to tear down the local neighbourhood to make way for a resort, their relationship and The MOB's way of life are threatened. Sean must now work with Emily to turn their performance dance into protest dance to prevent the redevelopment from happening.This is a lot of set-up for a movie that's first and foremost about dancing but as you might expect, spoiler the power of dancing saves everyone and everything at the end of the day. Step Up Revolution knows that it's a candy-coloured land where every place is a stage for a concert, where every problem is simply some sort of misunderstanding and where very bad guy can be defeated with a dance and it embraces this cartoonish realism with about as much pride as you had when you received your first paycheck. The problem isn't with any of these being uninteresting because they're interesting, but with the whole protest part of the movie. To be sure, the dancing portions for the protest half of the movie aren't very different from the dancing portions for the competition half. If the purpose of a protest is to make a statement about a very important issue, then why does The MOB not make any during protest dancing? It's a silly oversight that robs the protest performances of any significance. At the one time the group is willing to step over the line and throw smoke grenades into the crowd, the police releases the perpetuators without incident the very next day. Or that one time when the group storms right into a foundation stone-laying event for the resort and proceeds with all kinds of acrobatic stunts, the mayor can only be so impressed with the performance that he decides to dance along with them instead of calling for the police. Yet for all the grumbles about the movie's cavalier attitude towards something that deserves more importance and sensitivity, Step Up Revolution remains one of most engaging films I have ever watched. I'll admit upfront that I have mixed feelings about dancing but Step Up Revolution moves beyond being just an OK dance movie to a loud and crazy concert that's charged with truly world class dancers, the most imaginative choreography, bravura stunts and the best use of environmental objects yet in any and all dance movies look out for the hypnotising art museum performance and one of the last few scenes where people are dancing while rappelling down a slope! . Step Up Revolution is by far the best and most memorable Step Up movie and rightfully so.