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63

Philadelphia Inquirer

This gang of highly skilled dancers (with the guidance of debut director Scott Speer) delivers a sequence of spectacular group numbers that truly pop in 3-D.
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63

Miami Herald

By Connie Ogle
It's really just a dance movie, interrupted sporadically for PG-13 romance, bad acting, ridiculous dialogue and earnest "let's put on a show to save our homes!" spirit.
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63

Slant Magazine

By Ed Gonzalez
The film busts a fierce move but never relishes the unique cultural essence that its gentrifying baddie threatens to snuff out.
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60

Movieline

Step Up Revolution is also not a movie you watch for its incredible story and dialogue. The film doesn't even share much connective tissue with its predecessors save for an appearance from Adam Sevani as Moose.
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50

Boston Globe

Don't roll your eyes just yet. Step Up Revolution, enhanced by 3-D and set in glitzy Miami, is not as cringe-worthy as you would expect from the fourth "Step Up" installment.
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50

New York Post

The dialogue is ridiculous, the acting wooden - but that's not why we go, is it?
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50

Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
OK, OK. They're good dancers, and well-choreographed. You can see the movie for that and be charitable about the moronic plot.
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40

New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
Anyway. Here's what matters: The dance scenes are great. While no more revolutionary than the "political" plotline, the flash-mob concept does allow for more creative choreography than this series has seen in some time.
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40

The Hollywood Reporter

Abercrombie & Fitch model Guzman looks every bit the metrosexual romantic lead, but also makes a credible partner for So You Think You Can Dance star McCormick. Fortunately, neither is called upon to stretch too far in the acting department and both are able to get by with good looks and flashy moves.
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38

USA Today

By Scott Bowles
Revolution tries a few plot moves, but, narratively, it has two left feet.
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43 out of 100
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