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  • 30
    Boyd van Hoeij The Hollywood Reporter

    It is unlikely that a lot of viewers come to see a Step Up film for convincing dialogue or psychological insight into a group of young things trying to make it big in a ruthless industry. But there’s barely any humor that doesn’t feel third-rate and most of the plot threads are so thin that All In occasionally feels like a satire of a dance film. show more

  • 45
    Alonso Duralde TheWrap

    Even if the big numbers in Step Up All In don't always hit the heights of its immediate predecessors, there are enough exultant moments – during the crew battles or Sean and Andie's pas de deux on a carnival ride — to tide you over until the inevitable Part Six. show more

  • 50
    Christy Lemire RogerEbert.com

    Even by the standards of this franchise—and this genre in general—Step Up All In is pretty laughable. show more

  • 38
    Roger Moore McClatchy-Tribune News Service

    The best that can be said for “Step V” is that it has some sparkling moments of choreography, clever gimmicks as themes for the dance-offs and lovely costumes. show more

  • 60
    The Telegraph

    It’s preposterous, but I dare you not to smile at the high-kicking silliness on offer, or the sweetly old-fashioned undertones: as the inevitable final showdown looms, loyalty, hard work and fair play are just as important to the dancers as strutting their stuff. show more

  • 50
    Nathan Rabin The Dissolve

    The exuberant dance sequences have long been the series’ saving grace, but even those are starting to feel redundant and interchangeable. show more

  • 40
    Arizona Republic

    The finale's energy level and actor buy-in makes it vastly more enjoyable than the rest of the film. show more

  • 40
    Peter Bradshaw The Guardian

    This really doesn't have the fun or the zip of that earlier Miami adventure. The dialogue is even more tired and, crucially, the dance sequences themselves are looking less fresh this time around. show more

  • 30
    Kimberley Jones Austin Chronicle

    Because “all in” – to me, at least – suggests a certain standard of enthusiasm, of emphaticness, and what this latest Step Up movie indifferently chunks out falls far short of that standard. show more

  • 67
    Kyle Anderson Entertainment Weekly

    The space between the spectacles are just too laborious, creating the odd sensation that there's not quite enough dance in this dance movie. show more

  • August 16, 2014 toothfairy65mrm
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    Just saw the 3D Step Up. I enjoyed it. Ok, the plot was simple. So what. The dancing is the entertainment. A lot of energy in this movie. The 3D gimmicks were better than the past movies. I usually hate 3D but this one wasn't so bad. Previous dancers from the past movies were reunited in this one. Just go and joy music and dancing.

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