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I'm not planning on reviewing the earlier movies because...to hell with that. I don't have enough patience for that type of thing. Especially considering that the sequels barely have any connection to each other, though this one has the actor from the previous Step Up film: Revolution/Miami Heat. The choreography is amazing and the actors are trying their best but the plot drags down the movie, which is a shame because there was effort put into this movie. Step Up: All In could've done with much less plot but the dance choreography prevents the movie from being a complete waste of time.
I never care much about the plot of step up franchise, but the overall choreography is clumsy and uninspiring. Being brutal and fierce does not make the dance it self better. Despite all this disadvantages, I still want to see more and more this kind of dance movies.
what kind of joke did they turn this franchise into?? at least the dance scenes saved the movie.
I absolutely love this movie!
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Step up all in brought the last four step ups together with a few actors from each. They had amazing connections and amazing ballet hip hop dance routines.
awesome movie i watch this all the time
I love great dance but this movie is horrible. Remove the moronic story and just have dance and it might get a B-. D-
Jon M Chu is a terrible director and needs to stop making movies
Although the choreography is decent, everything else from the acting to the plot is horrendous and is akward to watch.