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Film Review: Step Up Revolution

  • Date Submitted: 01/06/2013 05:33 AM
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English Film Review
Step Up Revolution
    This film sets in Miami, Sean and his friend Eddie are both young men who leads a dance crew in amazing cutting-edge flash mobs, called ‘The Mob’. They have flash mobs all over the city, aiming for the champion of an online contest. Sean, Eddie and some other core members also work at a luxury hotel. Then Sean met a girl Emily during his rule-breaking ‘break’ in the middle of his working hours to the beach. She is also the daughter of the owner of the hotel, who aspires to be a professional dancer which her father does not support. Eventually, Emily joins The Mob under inspiration and encouragement of the members, and learns that his father plans to further develop his hotel, which threatens the historic neighborhood of The Mob and displace thousands of people. Emily must work together with Sean and The Mob to turn their performance into protesting art, and risk losing their dreams to fight for a greater cause. Finally, Sean and Emily both fall in love with each other, and sparks for their similar dreams.
    The plot of the movie is quite generic: Rich moves to town and meets ordinary working boy, both love to dance, falls in love and dances together, but a parent of the rich opposes. Although the plot and the level of acting from most of the actors and actresses are not that satisfying, the dancing is still the primary focus of this movie. So by looking at the dance scenes and all the choreography, it feels incredible. I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed the choreography of dance scenes. The film direction, effects, and the overwhelming fun and creativity of dances just keep me refreshed, because there is always something new coming out.
    Overall, I liked this movie and will definitely recommend it to younger audiences, as the story is easy to understand and the positive message in the movie is a great part of knowledge to a youngster, and will inspire them more.


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