Step Up: All in (2014) Review
Who does not know the franchise of the modern dance movie Step Up to the title of this? Since 2006, this film is really booming entertain the audience and fans of modern dance. Caliber actor Channing Tatum Step Up was started struggle in reaching the audience up to the second installment of the movie Step Up. Finally, every 2 years once the movie Step Up presents to enliven the cinema with Step Up: All (2014).
After the year 2012, at least managed to entertain the audience with an interesting dance through Step Up Revolution, then in the 2014’s Step Up once again released a new series, Step Up: All (2014). And he is the last installment of this franchise. Trish Sie appointed as a director for his latest film this time replacing Scott Speer. Still, Jon M. Chu’s Step Up franchise turn control of the operation of this latest movie Step Up as a producer.
‘All In’ is used as the title of the fifth installment of the marker’s Step Up. Continuing the story of Step Up Revolution, Sean (Ryan Guzman) is trying to survive with his dancing hobby. With his team – The Mob – Sean trying to follow the casting in many places so that his team still exist after the Miami incident ever catapulted their team name. Unfortunately, it does not run smoothly and even make Sean abandoned by their team.
Do not want just slumped, Sean finally found the ad on the internet about a dance competition in Las Vegas, held by a famous singer. Sean was invited Moose (Adam G. Sevani) to participate in the dance competition. However, Sean did not have a team to participate in the competition. Moose Sean was invited to meet with Andie (Briana Evigan) to invite some people to get into the team that will participate in the competition. Watch Step Up: All In (2014) full movie here.
Let’s welcome the Step Up: All (2014) the Step Up franchise as a cover that has accompanied moviegoers over the last 8 years. Despite being a cover and is predicted to be something big, Step Up: All In is not a good cover for a franchise. Yes, it is time for this franchise to close the age and Step Up: All In (2014) is the perfect excuse to end
Genre: Drama, Music, Romance
Release Date: July 25, 2014
Director: Trish Sie
Studio: Entertainment One
Producers: Jennifer Gibgot, Adam Shankman
Scenario / Screenplay: John Swetnam
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