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Step Up Revolution Synopsis
A young woman strives to be a professional dancer in Miami.
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Philadelphia Inquirer

This gang of highly skilled dancers (with the guidance of debut director Scott Speer) delivers a sequence of spectacular group numbers that...
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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...
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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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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...
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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...
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New York Post

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

By Scott Bowles
Revolution tries a few plot moves, but, narratively, it has two left feet.
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If you like dancing

By jalford999
A must see. I see 90% of all movies when they come out. This movie just made me feel so good about life. Dancers are special people....

Movie is even better then trailer.

By OneSmallOpinion
Loved this movie. Best dance movie I have seen in a very long time. I can honestly say this movie made my personal top ten list of good dance movies and let's just say I am 40 + This movie...

step up to the ticket window and go

By ywsf
this movie was great. amazing dancing of course, but a great storyline, friendships, love, community. it all came together in a really good way. people applauded in the theatre when it was over....

Loved it

By ErikaVera
If you feel that some movies don't have enough dancing, you will not be disappointed when you see this one. I would totally see it again :)...


By princessamasana
Watching all the previous Step Up movie, seeing this one was a Must. I kind of been a skeptic because some sequels to the original movies are not as good as the original one, but this one is the...

It was worth watching..

By ljcgonzalez
This one shines from all the other parts. I went to see it with my daughters 7 and 9 and we all loved it and want to see it again...great cherography.....the plot was different....audience applauded,...

Excellent Movie. You Have to go See this.

By donczar56
If you like Choreography and like dance, you will absolutely love this movie. Adam Shenkman never ceases to amaze me with his brilliant Choreography, Directing and his upbeat and positive attitude...

Great Movie

By Amacyn
This movie is AWESOME! I loved every second of it. There's something for everyone, if you are a dancer, you will love the moves in this movie. If you are a car enthusiast, you will enjoy the cars...


By Dcsmovies
All I can say is awesome. Went with my 12 year old daughter and one of her friends and we totally loved It! My kind of movie....

Step Up Revolution

By nlsr1963
Loved the dance sequences - outstanding and creative at best! Has you moving in your seat. Story line is for all ages; but typical romance with complications involved....

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Rated PG-13 | For Language and Some Suggestive Dancing
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Dance movie is formulaic but boasts some fun sequences.
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