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Step Up Revolution


Rated PG-13 for suggestive dancing and language.

PG-13 In Theaters 07/27/2012 , 97min.
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Critic score based on 22 reviews

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September 15, 2012
Another great movie just wished Moose would of came out more than he did................=(
August 24, 2012
it was so cool!!!!!!!!!! i want to see it again
August 22, 2012
ZZZZZZZZ...........Movie is over? Who won Dancing with the Stars?... ZZZZZZZZZZZZZ
August 21, 2012
Step Up Revolution was choreography was the awesome. The effect as the dancers slammed and jumped in their dance moves were phenomenal. I enjoyed every dance scene in the movie. The story line lacked creativity as it portrayed a tycoon daughter blending in with lower income society. The plot sounds like a good set up with the rich girl falling for the poor busboy, but the relationship was
August 08, 2012
This movie is so exciting and cool

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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 truly pop in 3-D. Full Review
Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News
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. Full Review
Neil Genzlinger
The New York Times
Alas, the dancers have to stop sometimes to allow the utterly unoriginal story to be told, and the romance at the center of it inspired Amanda Brody, the screenwriter, to produce dialogue so cheesy as to be laughable. Full Review
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times
OK, OK. They're good dancers, and well-choreographed. You can see the movie for that and be charitable about the moronic plot. Full Review
Scott Bowles
USA Today
Revolution tries a few plot moves, but, narratively, it has two left feet. Full Review

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