July 16

Step Up All In


Poster for the movie "Step Up All In"

Step Up All In (2014)

PG-13 112 min - Romance, Drama, Music - 16 July 2014

All-stars from the previous Step Up installments come together in glittering Las Vegas, battling for a victory that could define their dreams and their careers.

Director:  Trish Sie
Stars:  Ryan Guzman, Briana Evigan, Stephen Boss, Misha Gabriel, Izabella Miko, Alyson Stoner, Adam G. Sevani, Chadd Smith, Christopher Scott, Chaton Anderson, Mari Koda, Stephen Stevo Jones, David Shreibman, Luis Rosado, Facundo Lombard, Martín Lombard, Parris Goebel, Cyrus Spencer, Karin Konoval, Frank Crudele, Jay Brazeau, Dzajna 'Jaja' Vanková, Jenny Dailey, Jayme Rae Dailey, Elizabeth Weinstein, Viv Leacock, Leah Christ, Fiona Vroom, Laura Soltis, Anthony Joseph, Yoshiharu Hashimoto, Tae Helgeth, Fulvio Cecere, Allie Meixner, Peter Newman, Patricia Mayen-Salazar, Graeme Duffy, Jill Morrison, Christie Laing, Aason Nadjiwan, Hayden Fong, Mackenzie Green, Chelsee Albo, Carly Louth, Marc Inniss, Nolan Padilla, Phillip Chbeeb, Bianca Brewton, Tony Bellissimo, Josue Anthony, Brandy Lamkin, Brittny Sugarman, Celestina Aladekoba, Brandon Shaw, Emilio Dosal, Comfort Fedoke, Kim Marko Germar, Raymond Alexander Cham Jr., Nicholas Stewart, Gui DaSilva-Greene, Jeffrey 'Machine' McCann, Jesse 'Casper' Brown, Janick Arseneau, Julie Dombrowski, Sarah Katie Holmes, Erika Kurata-Prevost, Marina Bastarache, Edith Collin-Marcoux, Adrienne Chan, Tiger Kirchharz, Lorella Boccia, Kenny Mugisha, Brian Yang, Teya Wild, Lorena Liebman, Nicolas Begin, Derek Rice, Ian Arcudi, Saxon Fraser, Handy Yacinthe, Mecdy Jean-Pierre, Vincent Poirier, Axelle Munezero, Martine Bruneau, Marc Antoine Millette, Stephane Charbonneau, Olivier Blais, Max Paradis, Eric Ardila Quinonez, Eric Martel, Mathieu Dumoulin, Daniel Morrison, Mark Siller, Dean Placzek, Lawrence Devera, Can Nguyen, Charles Nguyen, Chad Mayate, Justin Valles


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All-stars from the previous Step Up installments come together in glittering Las Vegas, battling for a victory that could define their dreams and their careers.


Genres: Romance, Drama, Music


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Country:   United States of America
Language:  English
Release Date:  16 July 2014

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Company Credits

Production Companies:  Summit Entertainment, Offspring Entertainment

Technical Specs

Runtime:  1 h 52 min

by Ginger Shelby

Look! All the dancers from the first Step Up movie are back on the big screen getting their groove on again. Now the Step Up crew is in Vegas in another dance battle that could make or break their careers. Step Up All In is one for all and all for one, but is it a good movie for kids. This parental guide to the movies has the scoop.

Sean is a down and out dancer who brings his crew, known as The Mob, to Los Angeles. Los Angeles turns out to be a bust. The crew considers going back to Miami, but Sean decides to stay in LA. While hanging out in LA, Sean leans of a dance competition in Las Vegas where the winner will receive a three year contract. Sean decides to put together a new crew and head to Las Vegas. When they arrive, he finds that his old crew is there and loyalties clash.

This movie has lots of fancy dance moves. The women are not exactly dressed modestly. The dancing is spectacular, Las Vegas style. Everything is just bigger in Vegas applies here. There are a few instances of language that may be offensive. The biggest element in the movie in terms of whether it is a family friendly movie is that the suggestive dance moves. It is in line with the content of the first Step Up movie. There is not actual sexual content. The focus of the movie is on the dance competition.

This move is geared towards pre-teens and above. It may not be appropriate for younger audiences due to the suggestive dance content. The dance moves in the m movie are professional and take many years of training to master. There is the potential that younger children may hurt themselves if they try to imitate the moves without proper training. This movie is suggested for children 12 and up, taking into consideration the content advisories previously mentioned. Those who enjoy modern dance are in for a treat. It is rap and hip hop culture with a focus on self-expression. This might not be a good movie for all members of the family, but it will be a hit with dance fans.


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