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Step UpTyler Gage grew up on the wrong side of the tracks in a rough section of Baltimore, and has been in and out of trouble with the law most of his life. Tyler receives the opportunity of a lifetime after vandalizing a performing arts school, gaining him the chance to earn a scholarship and dance with an up and coming dancer, Nora.
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Directors of "Step Up"Anne FletcherBirthdate: 1 May 1966, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Creators of "Step Up"Duane AdlerMelissa RosenbergBirthdate: 28 August 1962, Marin County, California, USA
Critic Reviews of "Step Up"Time OutOctober 30, 2006
While Tatum has rough charm, Dewan is more dancer than actress.Village VoiceAugust 15, 2006
Fletcher ably blends ballet and hip-hop, but the filming itself is often clumsy, and Tatum's relentless African American impersonation quickly wears out its welcome.USA TodayAugust 12, 2006
For a movie about dancing, Step Up is pretty clumsy on its feet.Seattle TimesAugust 12, 2006
Step Up may sizzle on the dance floor, but when the dancing stops, the film fizzles.San Francisco ChronicleAugust 12, 2006
A lot of movies are derivative. What makes Step Up particularly dispiriting is that it has almost nothing fresh to add.Orlando SentinelAugust 12, 2006
It's almost as wrong-headed as it is pre-fabricated.Blu-ray.comAugust 19, 2012
Displays atypical laziness and tone-deaf direction for a feature concerning the electric boogaloo secrets of the underprivileged.TheFilmFile.comJuly 24, 2012
Even if the picture breaks no new ground, the verve of the actors and their fancy footwork is half the battle.Common Sense MediaJanuary 01, 2011
Clichéd dance movie with some fun moves.Movie MetropolisDecember 17, 2010
The dance numbers are high octane, and the characters are likable enough to make us want to hang with them through a plot we've seen so many times before it's like movie muscle memory takes over.Spirituality and PracticeFebruary 14, 2008
Predictable dance melodrama with little to recommend it.Bangor Daily News (Maine)September 14, 2007
For the movie--and audiences--the good news is that both Tatum and Dewan are just enough to best the bum script. They are likeable and their dance talent is undeniable.
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