Step Up All In (2014)
All-stars from the previous Step Up installments come together in glittering Las Vegas, battling for a victory that could define their dreams and their careers. Step Up All In continues from where Step Up 4 ended and basically i think or it looks like it was meant to be the last of the Franchise and i guess it kinda makes sense. I loved the fact that they brought back Andie (Briana Evigan) from Step Up 2: The Streets (2008) but also that they kept Ryan Guzman from Part 4 since he did an amazing job. I really think that this later 3 installments improved the franchise way more and built a really good fanbase now this movies aren't meant to become classics but their really fun. (10/10)
Just awful. Bad acting, watered storyline and not fun at all.The characters were emotionless, the dancing was mediocre, there was absolutely no plot, and the acting wasn't all that great. I'm a huge step up fan but this was just a true disappointment and I came to see its premiere. Sad, sad day. Ryan Guzman's acting was horrifying and after seeing step up 4, I expected more. Briana's acting was okay. The rest of the characters' acting really fell flat, even my all time favorite, moose. So disappointed. But Joy had never turned more quickly into disappointment than it did as the movie rolled on....People actually walked off the theater after the first half...So i guess i wasn't the only that found this lacking.
First of all, I am a huge fan of Step Up movies..because i'm a dancer myself and come on guys who doesn't want see a dance movie..but I will review this movie fairly not only as a fan. Moving on to..The Upsides -Good cinematography, sensible humor😀...few flaws in characters(of course they r dancers not actors) but still a good job ..Costumes and all Stages looked pretty cool...budget well spent..!!Dancers, as they have been in prequels.."Awesome" ..but the dance scenes not so great(bit disappointed)..The Downsides - Storyline as it have been since step up 1..same and empty, also Music and soundtracks were a real let down compared to the prequels. Poor camera work during dance scenes(really annoying)..seemed a mess when all characters performed at a time on a small stage. The movie is not as good as step up 2,3 and 4(which is disappointing)..but it will make you jump out of your seat & start dancing...Finally, Step Up:All In____"You're Not Gonna Remember it in T-Minus One-Day🕦.......🕟Yup Already Forgot"..!!
Away from Miami into another dance competition that is. This is a direct sequel to the last Step up, which hadn't happened yet. The character Moose seems to be in all of them (and he is except for the first one, even if you could swear he was in every single one of them, like I did and thought), but other than that, there didn't seem to be a string/continuity apart from a story that seemed to be the same over and over again ... something a reviewer has stated here ... forgetting that Step Up Revolution tried to break the formula.If that was successful or not we do get most of the same players (good guys) from the previous one, still looking for a job (and love apparently). And that's where this gets back to the classic story. With one minor "dent" if you want to call it that, which gets fixed by the end of it. There are some slick moves and I'm pretty sure some of the things will look great in 3D (only watched it in 2D though). Don't watch it for originality, only if you like the "genre"