Step Up 5: All In

Step Up 5: All In

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Step Up 5: All In

Ryan Guzman (Step Up 4: Miami Heat) and Briana Evigan (Step Up 2: The Streets) star in this fifth entry of the teen dance movie series. They come together in glittering Las Vegas, battling for a victory that will define their careers.

In addition to Guzman and Evigan, several actors and dancers from previous installments are returning to reprise their roles, including Adam Sevani and Alyson Stoner as Moose and Camille, Misha Gabriel as Eddy, Stephen ‘Witch’ Boss as Jason, Mari Koda as Jenny Kido, Chris Scott as Hair, Luis Rosado as Monster and Chadd Smith as Vladd aka Robot Guy, as well as Martin Lombard and Facundo Lombard as the Santiago Twins.

2014Rating: PG, Coarse language112 minsUSA
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Reviews & comments

Flicks, Liam Maguren

Flicks, Liam Maguren

flicks

With acting that goes from passable to laughable, dialogue cheesier than feta fondue, and a story that’s as silly as ever, this fifth Step Up isn’t going to win over naysayers. To the plot’s credit, it does twist the typical ‘dance tournament’ storyline slightly but it’s not going to cause epiphanies, and neither will the tacky romance between Miami Heat’s Sean and The Street’s Andie. Ironically, the brief love plot between the Robot Guy and Robot Girl has more heart.

4.0
0

f**#k that Sh#*

Really ???

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Variety

Variety

press

With even less plot than in previous installments to get in the way of its inventive 3D dance scenes, this fifth pic delivers on spectacle... but lacks in chemistry.

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Total Film

Total Film

press

This is pretty much the last throw of the dice for a dance saga that ran out of juice a couple of sequels ago. The set-pieces, though, still deliver the requisite pizzazz.

2.0
0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

This really doesn't have the fun or the zip of that earlier Miami adventure.

2.0
0
The Dissolve

The Dissolve

press

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

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

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.

0
Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

press

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

0
Flicks, Liam Maguren

Flicks, Liam Maguren

flicks

With acting that goes from passable to laughable, dialogue cheesier than feta fondue, and a story that’s as silly as ever, this fifth Step Up isn’t going to win over naysayers. To the plot’s credit, it does twist the typical ‘dance tournament’ storyline slightly but it’s not going to cause epiphanies, and neither will the tacky romance between Miami Heat’s Sean and The Street’s Andie. Ironically, the brief love plot between the Robot Guy and Robot Girl has more heart.

4.0
0
Variety

Variety

press

With even less plot than in previous installments to get in the way of its inventive 3D dance scenes, this fifth pic delivers on spectacle... but lacks in chemistry.

0
Total Film

Total Film

press

This is pretty much the last throw of the dice for a dance saga that ran out of juice a couple of sequels ago. The set-pieces, though, still deliver the requisite pizzazz.

2.0
0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

This really doesn't have the fun or the zip of that earlier Miami adventure.

2.0
0
The Dissolve

The Dissolve

press

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

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

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.

0
Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

press

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

0

f**#k that Sh#*

Really ???

0