It’s Step Up. The setting was moved from MSA to NYU but it’s still Step Up. And aside from the NYU setting, the rest remained pretty much predictable.
Before I wrote further, I had to say that it’s nice that we could see familiar faces throughout the film. We got Moose from Step Up 2: The Streets as the leading actor. We got Camille from Step Up as one of the female protagonists. We even got the MSA crews like Cable, Kido, and some others that I’m sure you’ll come to notice if you watched the whole series again.
I believed that I said the word “further” in the previous paragraph. But I guess it’s not that much further. The movie was okay. The dance moves were better from the previous two films. I didn’t complain for the lack of details or character interaction or storyline because we were served with minutes and minutes of great dance battles. Even Tarantino couldn’t do much about it. Speaking of whom, his name did come out in this movie. In short, it’s a good watch to relieve stress or just to hang out with friends.
And go get some pop corn when you watch. Some parts are boring.
I watch, I talk. Feel free to watch and talk by yourself.