On Friday, Aug, 8, 2014, the date of Step Up: All In's theatrical release, Buzz Feed staff writers Katie Heaney and Arianna Rebolini watched the four previous Step Up movies in a row — before going to see the fifth in the theater. AR: This is making me think the ability to lift me like that is, like, a qualification, in a boyfriend? Sure, there are training montages — and at least one killer (if illogical, but who cares) choreographed club scene — but it's much more dedicated to actual plot development, the characters, and their relationships. KH: Yeah, I mean, I think it's hard to judge this accurately now.
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I still think, though, that Tatum is one of the most enigmatic dancers in the series.
Step Up's Tyler Gage is an orphan who lives with a foster family, as is Step Up 2 the Streets' Andie West.
Step Up: 3D's Luke is an orphan whose parents left him with the famous dance loft/sanctuary he must fight to preserve, while Natalie rebels against unseen, distant upper-class parents.
In Step Up: Revolution, the female lead, Emily, is raised by a single father (against whom she rebels), while Sean's parentage is unclear, but he's shown living with his adult sister.
Briana Barbara-Jane Evigan known as Briana Evigan is an American actress and dancer.
She is best known for her roles as Andie West in the Step Up series and Cassidy Tappan in Sorority Row.We don't want to spoil it, but let's just say that Vladd (everyone's favorite robot dancer) meets a similarly inclined dancer at the competition in Las Vegas, and it's totally weird and very cute. But I'm always happy in the movies when he comes jerkily out from behind the crowd, a slow-motion robot walking at you. Obviously you won't suddenly believe you can spring into a backflip or spin on your head, but once you start recognizing moves — especially in the club scenes — they feel a little more accessible, until suddenly you're like, "Yeah, I could look like that on the dance floor if I just really committed."AR: It's funny because we couldn't have been more sedentary, watching five movies in a row, but I kept wanting to get up and try something because I didn't believe I couldn't do it.KH: I love Vladd and his weird little disjointed neck. He's great and I'm glad he played a little bit of a bigger part in the new movie. Or he did, until they humanized by showing his affection for his lady robot. Like, in the contemporary dancing, when the woman bends backward and arches her back — I made my boyfriend try it with me later that night but it just looked like he was preventing me from doing a trust fall. Step Up 3D is about a bunch of kids with "nowhere else to go" who must fight to preserve their space, and their freedom to pursue art.Step Up: Revolution is, at least at first, somewhat socialist — the crew wants to fight The Man, and preserve community ownership of their neighborhood.Eddy has a nasty little temper sometimes, and in some cases I found myself annoyed by his tight-lipped stubbornness, but on the other hand, he has moments of genuine vulnerability that aren't often super present in movie depictions of male friendship. There's a running theme that friends are the family that we choose, and part of that is the inevitable tension that arises when a lead picks dance over a friend (Step Up) or a girl over the crew (Step Up Revolution) or a new crew over the old one (Step Up 2 the Streets).