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Step Up 4: Miami Heat (Blu-ray)

Released on 03 December 2012

Featuring: Alyson Stoner, Adam G. Sevani & Kathryn McCormick

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 12 years & over

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Step Up Revolution, the fourth installment in Summit Entertainment's sizzling dance and romance franchise, ups the ante with unparalleled 3D action in sultry, sexy Miami where a group of hot young performers takes to the streets to what they do best-DANCE!

Childhood friends Sean (Ryan Guzman) and Eddy (Misha Gabriel) work as waiters at Miami Beach's ultra-posh Dimont Hotel, owned by ruthless developer Bill Anderson (Peter Gallagher). In their off-duty hours, they lead a renegade crew known only as "The Mob," a group of cutting-edge dancers, musicians and artists that captures the collective imagination of the city with dazzling, high-tech, hit-and-run flash mobs that appear out of nowhere-and vanish in an instant.

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Ok so I'm in the wrong age bracket for the audiance these films are aimed at, but I did watch it with my daughter and I did take into consideration her opinion. The simple fact about these films is you don't go expecting a great script and brilliant actiong, you go for the dancing and music. The plot is pretty lame all about performance art to stop the nasty developers knocking down some houses. The acting is mostly truly terrible. When the film has no dancing it almost grinds to a halt, so far so terrible then? pretty much yes, but when the dancers come on you do realise what these films are all about and some of the sequences are brilliant. It's not the best in the series, but for me it was a pretty painless experience although I had forgot about it in "T" minus one hour. But for a teenage girl there's plenty of cool moves good looking kids trying to act and great moves and if you like this series you'll probably like this one also.
See If you like.....
Step Up 1 - 3
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Footloose 2011
Sreet Dance 1 and 2

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Top 10  Reviewer Top 10 DVD Reviewer

Ok so I'm in the wrong age bracket for the audiance these films are aimed at, but I did watch it with my daughter and I did take into consideration her opinion. The simple fact about these films is you don't go expecting a great script and brilliant actiong, you go for the dancing and music. The plot is pretty lame all about performance art to stop the nasty developers knocking down some houses. The acting is mostly truly terrible. When the film has no dancing it almost grinds to a halt, so far so terrible then? pretty much yes, but when the dancers come on you do realise what these films are all about and some of the sequences are brilliant. It's not the best in the series, but for me it was a pretty painless experience although I had forgot about it in "T" minus one hour. But for a teenage girl there's plenty of cool moves good looking kids trying to act and great moves and if you like this series you'll probably like this one also.
See If you like.....
Step Up 1 - 3
Fame.
Footloose 2011
Sreet Dance 1 and 2

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ActorsAlyson Stoner, Adam G. Sevani, Kathryn McCormick, Chadd Smith, Stephen Boss, Ryan Guzman, Jessica Guadix, Cleopatra Coleman, Tommy Dewey, Morgane Slemp, Megan Boone, Lynn Telzer, Tamara Jones, Aja George & Terence Dickson
DirectorScott Speer
Certificate12 years and over
Year2012
ScreenWidescreen
LanguagesEnglish