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Step Up Revolution

By tt stern-enzi · July 25th, 2012 · Movie Previews
step_up_revolution3Summit Entertainment

This time out, with director Scott Speer (who helmed the first two seasons of The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers — I feel so unhip, not knowing that there was a legion of dancers so extraordinary that they had their own show), another crew of anonymous dancers (whatever happened to that Channing Tatum kid, he was the only one I ever thought had any kind of movie magic in him) “step up” and out into the streets, flash mob-style, not just for the sake of wild abandon but also to protest the buyout of a low-income neighborhood for massive redevelopment.

Revolution is the fourth movie in the Step Up series and from a critical perspective there’s a hint of interest for me after the last outing, which effectively used 3D imagery to place the audience inside the dance space. Now in theaters. (PG-13) Not screened for review



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