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Review for Step Up Revolution PG-13 Drama/Romance/Musical 1:38
by  John Thielking

Step Up Revolution is the next step in the series of Step Up dance drama movies, that has essentially the same basic plot as the last Step Up movie: a dance group called "The Mob" must dance their asses off to try to save a condemned neighborhood from the clutches of an evil developer. Emily (Kathryn McCormick) is an aspiring dancer who wants to go pro with a local dance company. Emily teams up with Sean (Ryan Guzman) of The Mob to try to put a stop to her father's plans to develop the neighborhood by kicking all the current residents out and gentrifying the place.  Will The Mob's dance routines be popular enough to win them the prize money from Youtube and also convince the city council to not go through with the development plans? Tune in and find out. Three stars.

This movie ranks as nonviolent because there were only three violent scenes in it. These include the cops arresting a couple of people after The Mob used tear gas at one of their performances, a man punches another man and The Mob uses mock machine gun fire in one of their dances.  There is no smoking in this movie.

The previews include: two nonviolent commercials, a violent preview for the too violent TV series Copper, a somewhat violent preview for The Perks Of Being A Wallflower and nonviolent previews for Pitch Perfect, Won't Back Down and Sparkle (with smoking).

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