Got To Dance winner Akai Osei has all the moves and Horrid Henry star Theo Stevenson has charm by the bucket load.
| Original Score: 4/5
It's hard not to go along with the film ...
| Original Score: 3/5
It's a well-worn formula - a gang of youngsters have to form a dance troupe to put on a show that will save their local youth club - but what it lacks in budget it makes up for in bravado.
A charming family entertainment with a clutch of seriously astonishing and visually ingenious dance numbers.
Hugely enjoyable British let's-do-the-show-right-here comedy enlivened by strong performances, impressive dance sequences, likeable characters, breezy direction and a witty script.
All Stars is inoffensive wish fulfilment aimed at a distinctly younger audience than the StreetDance franchise.
| Original Score: 6/10
'All Stars' is funny and enthusiastic enough to entertain kids, if not their elder siblings, who may not buy this scrubbed-up version of teenaged Britain.
It's very sub Grange Hill and Waterloo Road.
At least the dancing is fun.
| Original Score: 2/5
It seems derivative and lacklustre, and really inferior to almost anything on CBBC or CITV.
"Oh, not the talent show thing again," groans Ashley Jensen's social worker when the youngsters announce their plan. Well, you said it.
Derivative but occasionally fun.
Some day, God willing, there will be a moratorium on films about plucky kids putting on talent shows to save their schools/parks/yoof centres from predatory developers.
| Original Score: 1/5