Step Up Revolution

Blu-ray Review: ‘Step Up Revolution’ Sleepwalks Through Recycled Steps

Step Up Revolution Blu-ray

CHICAGO – The kids in “Step Up” are hardly the children of a revolution. They stand up for nothing of consequence besides the right to dance wherever they please, even if it means blocking several lanes of traffic. There’s no brand of narcissism worse than the self-righteous variety, and these shiny-faced brats have it in spades.

Film Review: Dance is the Highlight in Simplistic ‘Step Up Revolution’

CHICAGO – The beauty of the movies is their ability to create weird parallel universes, where young dance crews have the choreography skills of a hip-hop Bob Fosse, the time/funding to create this dance and a law enforcement culture that allows it. Welcome to the “Step Up Revolution.”

Interview: Kathryn McCormick, Ryan Guzman of ‘Step Up Revolution’

CHICAGO – The “Step Up” series of films not only have popularized and reflected the modern dance fever, but have also launched careers – Channing Tatum among them. Kathryn McCormick and Ryan Guzman are the latest Romeo-and-Juliet types in the new “Step Up Revolution,” the fourth installment of the movie sensation.

Exclusive Slideshow: Kathryn McCormick’s ‘Step Up Revolution’ Flash Mob at Chicago’s Navy Pier

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CHICAGO – In anticipation of the next installment in the worldwide smash “Step Up” franchise, “Step Up Revolution” star Kathryn McCormick along with some of Chicago’s most talented dancers from BOOM CRACK! Dance Company participated in a flash mob choreographed by the film’s world-renowned choreographers: Jamal Sims, Travis Wall and Christopher Scott.

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