Step Up All in — Review

Step Up All In

Step Up All in is the fifth installment of the dance/romance themed Step up franchise.

This Movie is all about stars from previous installment joining together to win the competition. Yes same like always and all the movies of this franchise¬† previously ūüėõ . But if u think it is like that you are wrong, as the lead cast gives a dialogue that its all about doing what you love and not about competition. Yet they win the competition at the end.

This Movie does have some catchy and acrobatic dance movies. But emotionless cast and dancers who cant act makes this movie less than mediocre. A silly and fully predictable plot is a big minus in this movie. Even scribbles of a kid can make a better movie plot than this one.

If you really want to watch some crazy dance moves and drama along with it, you can turn to reality shows based on dance. This movie is a pure waste of time.

I really hope they shut shop for this franchise as it isn’t going anywhere with stupids sequels like this.

My Verdict: (1 / 5)

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