Step Up: All In2014
Step Up: All In (2014)
Critic Consensus: With slick choreography all too often interrupted by feeble attempts at plot, Step Up: All In would be more fun with all of its dialogue edited out.
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Critic Reviews for Step Up: All In
"All In" is a lesser effort in this franchise, but not without its charms.
Reuniting, or really, introducing, the gang is a gimmick. It's also self-destructive-cramming in all these characters chokes up the plot, and who watches a Step Up for the plot?
It's the rare movie that knows its limitations, but also understands how to use form to best convey its strengths ...
When the cast isn't dexterously spinning, "All In" turns into a promotional video for Caesars Palace.
The dancing is the star of any of these movies, and Sie knows when to get out of the way and let it do the heavy lifting.
Audience Reviews for Step Up: All In
Incredibly entertaining and fun, Step Up: All In is a high-energy jam. After his dance crew abandons their dream of making it in LA, Sean puts together a new crew to compete for a chance at getting their own Las Vegas show. Briana Evigan returns to the series and brings a lot of charisma, and some decent acting (which is in short supply). And the choreography is amazing, with some really creative moves. Additionally, the costuming is quite imaginative and is full of unique, colorful designs. Thought the story couldn't be more trite and formulaic, the dance sequences make Step Up: All In an extraordinarily exciting film.
Who knew when they made the first one that this garbage franchise would make almost as many films as the Friday the 13th series?! Oh and both are equally as repetitive, campy, and full of douche.
While still riddled with cliches, "Step Up 4: Revolution" is one of the better instalments in the franchise, bringing in an entirely new cast and having a much bigger scale for it's dance choreography. The cinematography and choreography really are the best parts of this film, and even though the characters are not the greatest, by the end you may just feel yourself caring about them. There is one huge problem with this film and that is the main plot, which is the same as son many films out there, but I liked that it did not take over the story and it was just a small element to the film. These films are meant to have a little character development, an easy story to follow, and a likeable cast in order to get us to the final dance sequences, and this film accomplishes that for the most part. You really have to be a fan of cool dancing to enjoy these films, and since I am, this did it for me and I want to see more. The reason I like these later sequels is sue to the fact that they are doing right by their material, which is what the earlier films failed to do. Overall, it's not the most memorable film, but it is fun enough.
Step Up: All In Quotes
|Sean:||There is a magic that happens when you dance, everything lines up the world is in sync and for one perfect moment you feel totally alive.|
|Jason:||This is your new crew?|
|Sean Asa:||Well, they ain't my book club.|
|Jasper:||How come potstickers taste so much better in Vegas?|
|Jenny Kido:||Because they're eggrolls.|
|Sean Asa:||Let me try this thing I've been imagining in my head.|
|Andie West:||That better be the dancing you're talking about.|