It’s another Step Up. The fourth, to be exact. But honestly, it didn’t feel like one.
The movie was okay, actually. In life, you win some, you lose some, you fight back for some that’s worth it. And defining what’s worth your fight was what this film talked about. With a known drama plot, cool dancing scenes, and a treat of old friends reappearing, this movie was hard not to be liked.
But it lacked the competition. Sure, they were involved with some kind of competition from the king of internet broadcast against some meow dub step video or whatever it was. And sure, they were also involved in some kind of a feud with a big resort developer. But those weren’t the competition we want to see in a Step Up installment where their enemies used to own them with magnificent dance tricks until they fought back and seized the glory on the dance floor.
Um. Did I say, “dance floor?”
One very interesting concept in this not so Step Up movie was the dance floor. There was none. Instead, they dance on the street, above and around the cars. They dance inside a museum. Have i mentioned beach club? Also inside an office building and a hotel function hall. Even in a project area with all the containers and stuff. And all the dances were acted as flash mobs when no one’s expecting. Those were actually very cool. Now, if only they could dance more and talk less.
And Moose and his gang are back for like 5 minutes. That’s the best part of the movie. Oh and the lead actress was very pretty. Never mind.
I watch, I talk. Feel free to watch and talk by yourself.