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11 - 17 Aug, 2012
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Step Up RevolutionStep Up Revolution
The latest movie in the Step Up franchise aims for a politicised message behind all the flashy moves, but it could do with a lot less plot and a lot more dancing. In Step Up Revolution, the Miami dance group known as "The Mob" takes to the streets, and other random locations, to perform intricately choreographed routines with their own DJ, a camera guy who uploads their videos to YouTube, and a graffiti artist who leaves their signature behind. It's hard to believe that The Mob could pull off their elaborate schemes without getting caught, but that's the magic of movies. The Mob represents the more diverse working class side of Miami, a young, multiracial group of friends who create incredible works of art that disappear before they get shut down. One of the Mob's leaders Sean (Ryan Guzman) earnestly explains to newcomer Emily (Kathryn McCormick) that the group's reason is to give a voice to the voiceless, or to be happy, or to dance. It's not really clear, but they have a lot of fun and look amazing doing it. Once Sean and his friends find out that a greedy developer plans to raze their neighbourhood to make way for a hotel, they have a reason to rally, but until then, they're just trying to win a cash prize by getting clicks on YouTube.

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