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51 Ratings

Step Up: All In

Directed by Trish Sie
United States, 2014
Musical

Synopsis

All-stars from the previous Step Up installments come together in glittering Las Vegas, battling for a victory that could define their dreams and their careers.

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Step Up: All In Directed by Trish Sie
Step Up All In is unlikely to win many awards for quality cinema but it proves once again that stereoscopy can be applied to a range of genres. It is also a reminder that while narrative is important in many cinemas, there are diverse pleasures to be had in those that are more concerned with visual display. I’m hoping that the Step Up franchise continues to produce its formulaic plots as a platform for the world’s best contemporary dance and that it continues to do so in 3D.
September 29, 2014
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Certain myths persist when it comes to well-known movies… The one about the dance scenes in Step Up is perhaps the most baffling – because the manic break-dancing in this eight-year-old franchise has more energy than grace. Only rarely does it offer the buzz of seeing the precise rhythm of the music in the dancer’s body (I saw it maybe once in this latest Step Up, when one of the Grim Knights B-boys to ‘Lap Dance’)… That said, Step Up All In is the best one yet…
September 09, 2014
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Step Up: All In is, like its predecessor, “ideologically incomprehensible.” It’s larded with dreadful dialogue and cliché situations. And I couldn’t possibly have enjoyed it more… In filming those bodies in glorious motion, All In director Trish Sie, a choreographer-cum-filmmaker, favors proscenium wide shots which keep all the moving parts of the big, full-crew numbers visible at once.
August 15, 2014
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