Film: "Step Up Revolution"; Cast: Kathryn McCormick, Ryan Guzman, Cleopatra Coleman; Director: Scott Speer; Ratings: ***1/2
In essence, dance is about space and occupying space in a meaningful way. Business, incidentally, is also about occupying space. The not so literal occupation is when it takes over your mind-space and a very literal way is when it captures spaces of people to further its own interest.
It is interesting to see a film attempt to make the former, that is dance protest, against the latter, that is land grab.
In Miami, Sean (Ryan Guzman), a hotel waiter and his dance troupe 'The Mob', attempt to win an online flash dance competition to first reach a million hits on YouTube. He falls for a girl - Emily (Kathryn McCormick), who's trying to get into professional dancing, but whose father is trying to take over the place that Sean and his crew and family live in.
Emily tells 'The Mob' that they could transform» Read full review
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