Step Up Revolution changes up the basic premise of the Step Up series by moving away from dancing and moving toward a more literal stepping process, as the fourth film in the series is about the invention of the Stepmaster.
Just kidding, there’s more retards dancing. Or not really dancing, but pretending to dance by doing flips. You want to see dancing? Watch Fred Astaire in Singing in the Rain. That’s freaking dancing. In fact, I’m going to embed it right now:
SUCK IT, Step Up.
Anyways, Step Up Revolution actually does more or less continue retreading the same ground of a girl showing up in a new town or going to a new school or whatever with dreams of being a dancer and getting involved in a street dancing crew that teaches her to dance with her heart and soul. Blah blah blah. Disco.
This time, the dancing is used for protesting purposes, as the kids protest the girl’s father’s housing development, which would displace some people. Blah blah blah. Disco.
Step Up Revolution is being ‘directed’ by Scott Speer. That means he provided the cocaine on set, I think. There is a credited writer, Jenny Mayer, and this is her first film, though I assume they use the word ‘writer’ loosely as well.
Maybe she brought the weed.
July 27, 2012.
Kathryn McCormick … Emily
Ryan Guzman … Sean
Stephen Boss … Jason
Chadd Smith … Vladd
Jessica Guadix … Dancer
Cleopatra Coleman … Penelope
Megan Boone … Claire
Lynn Telzer … Dancer
Tommy Dewey … Tripp
Tamara Jones … Receptionist
Morgane Slemp … Dancer
Celestina … Mob Dancer
Jordana DePaula … Cute Salesgirl
Robert Paget … Security Guard
Todd Allen Durkin … Bugatti Driver
Karelix Alicea … Plaza Dancer
Terence Dickson … The Ticks
Misha Gabriel Hamilton
I got nothing. I guess I could mention the phenomenal body of lead Katheryn McCormick. That’s something I suppose.
THIS ISN’T DANCING. THE ONLY DANCING IS RIVERDANCE.
Good Lord, do people actually go to these? How are there FOUR Step Up movies? I want to punch someone in the spine. Like in Mortal Kombat, so it comes out n’ stuff.
Blah blah blah. Disco.