Although I had no plan of watching the film before one hour of the show, but I must say I am very much thankful to my bunch of friends who dragged me into theater to watch it.
There’s so much of innocence in the flow of the film that you don’t really witness and high voltage drama and all that crap. What you get is some deadly dance shakes and good humor that bumps out os the normal life conversation.
Yes, its not a flawless film. Its predictable story and some half-baked characters surely pinches you. But, STEP UP is all about dance and fortunately STEP UP excels in that department without any shed of doubt. My personal favorite has to be the climax one where you also get to see some characters of past series. And this is the first time ever I was hooting for a English film. I wanted to join them and want to reveal my dancing abilities. The finale is sheer brilliance.
Also the one at art gallery is a very commendable job. Overall, a must-watch if you are STEP UP fan! Go, relish some unimaginably excellent dance moves on screen.
Rating- 3.5/5Tags: Cleopatra Coleman Hollywood Kathryn McCormick Ryan Guzman Scott Speer Step Up Step Up 2: The Streets Step Up 3D Step Up Revolution