Out Of Theatre

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Out Of Theatre
29 Aug, 2014 1 hr 52 mins U/A
Ryan Guzman, Brian Evigan, Stephen Boss, Misha Gabriel, Isabella Miko, Alyson Stoner, Adam G Sevani, Mari Koda
Synopsis
The film is like a bunch of music videos strung together with a romance angle. You don't go for this movie for scintillating dialogue, but to see them move it like experts on the dance floor.
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Story: The latest in the *Step Up* series brings together many of those in the previous versions for a 'dance-off royale', so to speak, in Las Vegas. Amidst the glitter and sequins, the fortunes of their futures hang in the balance.

Review: First, the good. To be fair, the film's strongest suit is the stellar dance and choreography that you will be treated with, should you decide to go see it. Apart from that, the elaborate sets where all the foot-tapping and hip-swaying takes place also look pretty slick with some fancy camera angles - just like you'd see on a top-notch international dance reality TV show. The uninteresting? Pretty much everything else.

Sean is a janitor at a dance studio and he happens to see an ad for a contest hosted by someone who looks like Lady Gaga's second cousin, Alexxa Brava, played by Izabella Miko. He ditches the mop and pail for a trajectory that'll be (he hopes) more glamorous. He is also without his dance troupe - the Mobsters - who have returned to Florida.

Soon, Sean gets a new group together and including Moose (Sevani) and Jenny (Koda), they vie for the top spot at the finale. Sean's love interest and dance partner is Andie (Evigan) and truth be told, their onscreen chemistry does sizzle.

The biggest lacuna is that there's no Channing Tatum (he was in 2006's *Step Up*) this time. Much of the script puts the cheddar in cheese. For example, the lead actor Sean (Guzman) has to mouth cringe-worthy lines like: "There's a magic that happens when you dance. The world is in sync and, for one perfect moment, you feel alive." It make you wish for them to just do a little less talking and more dancing.

The film is like a bunch of music videos strung together with a romance angle. And as mentioned earlier, you don't go for this movie for scintillating dialogue, but to see them move it like experts on the dance floor.
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