• Movie Filter - Step Up - Date: 12/14/2006
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  • Parental Advisories
    Content Warnings:

    General Themes and Other Content:
    Revealing Clothing,
    Some Suggestive Dancing,
    Some Suggestive Dialogue,
    Criminal/Gangster/Mob Themes,
    Teen Partying,
    Bar/Club Environment,
    Intense Thematic Elements
  • Starring
    Channing Tatum
    Jenna Dewan
    Damaine Radcliff
    De'Shawn Washington
    Drew Sidora
    Rachel Griffiths
    Josh Henderson
    Tim Lacatena
    Alyson Stoner

  • Step Up

    Tyler Gage (Channing Tatum) is a troubled teenager bouncing from foster home to foster home and has just found himself on the wrong side of the law. His sentence is 200 hours of community service at a nearby elite performing arts school. In these long service hours Tyler uses the dance studio to practice his own street dancing, and is discovered by a student, Nora Clark (Jenna Dewan). The two start performing together but when things get rocky Tyler is tempted to “bounce” proving to everybody the theory of old dogs, and new tricks.

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    Since Step Up is a film that includes a LOT of dance scenes, expect to see plenty of low cut/skimpy clothes worn by the females (er, and some of the males) and in a few of the scenes the dancing is pretty sensual. Also beware that ClearPlay filters out the few swearwords said by the actors but some of the songs still contain profanity. Tyler’s current foster home is in the heart of “gang” city so there are a lot of gangs challenging each other (mostly in way of dance-off’s) but in one instance a member’s younger brother is shot, you don’t see it, just hear it and briefly see the after math. A film with fun dancing and a cute love story, but definitely meant for teens!

    Will Step Up be a Step Down in your movie watching standards?

    This film was the first time that Channing Tatum hit my Hollywood radar and in my humble opinion, he did not disappoint! His acting was a bit rough around the edges but his dancing more than made up for it. This being said, know that I love dance films, if you don’t find yourself drawn to these types of movies, you may want to stick with some of Channing’s more recent works.

    Trisha - Would be a great judge on ‘So You Think Channing Tatum Can Dance!’

    Rated PG-13 for thematic elements, brief violence and innuendo; 104 min; Directed by Anne Fletcher
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