Step Up 5: All In was released in cinemas in the UK this month on 1 August. Here is a round up of what the UK review press had to say about it.

Overall the fifth sequel in the Step Up movie franchise has received a lukewarm reception, with many critics awarding it just two stars.

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Step Up: All In reviews

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The Guardian by Peter Bradshaw – 2/5
“This really doesn’t have the fun or the zip of that earlier Miami adventure. The dialogue is even more tired and, crucially, the dance sequences themselves are looking less fresh this time around.”

The Telegraph 3/5 by Charlotte Runcie
It’s preposterous, but I dare you not to smile at the high-kicking silliness on offer

Evening Standard by Guy Lodge 3/5
This fifth instalment is a particularly economical one, recycling sundry cast members from the previous chapters for a narrative that is anaemic even by Step Up standards.

Radio Times by Alan Jones – 2/5
if any instalment in this stale franchise needed the charisma of the star of the first two films [Channing Tatum], it was this one.The

Independent by Geoffrey McNab – 3/5
The dance sequences combine witty and ingenious choreography with ferocious energy. In what is a very uneven film, the director Trish Sie delivers exhilarating musical set-pieces alongside often crass and clumsy characterisation.


Step Up 5: All In movie synopsis

The newest chapter in the smash hit STEP UP franchise reunites an all-star cast in glittering Las Vegas. After struggling in Hollywood for over a year, Sean’s (Ryan Guzman) crew disbands and moves back to Miami without him. Refusing to give up the dream, Sean stays in LA. When he hears about an upcoming dance competition in Las Vegas that could be the opportunity of a lifetime, he teams up with dance phenoms Moose (Adam Sevani) and Andie (Briana Evigan) to assemble a new dance crew. Reuniting with STEP UP favorites including the Santiago Twins, Jenny Kido and Madd Chadd (aka Robot guy) and a few new faces, the crew must band together in the finale in order to beat the contest at its own game.

About the Step Up Franchise

Step Up, the first film in the series, was released in theatres in 2006 and starred Channing Tatum as its lead male role. Its sequel, Step Up 2: The Streets was released in theatres in 2008, and the most recent film in the franchise, Step Up 3D, was released in 2010. Worldwide the franchise has grossed over $430 million at the box office ticket sales to date and is the most successful dance film series in history.

Step Up All In main cast and crew

Director: Trish Sie

Ryan Guzman: Sean
Briana Evigan: Andie
Adam G. Sevani: Moose (as Adam Sevani)
Misha Gabriel Hamilton: Eddy (as Misha Gabriel)
Stephen Boss: Jason (as Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss)
Stephen ‘Stevo’ Jones: Jasper (as Stephen ‘Stev-O’ Jones)
David Shreibman: Chad (as David ‘Kid David’ Shreibman)
Mari Koda: Jenny Kido
Christopher Scott: Hair
Luis Rosado: Monster (as Luis ‘Luigi’ Rosado)
Chadd Smith: Vladd
Facundo Lombard: Marcos Santiago
Martín Lombard: Martin Santiago
Parris Goebel: Violet
Cyrus Spencer: Gauge (as Cyrus ‘Glitch’ Spencer)
Alyson Stoner: Camille
Izabella Miko: Alexxa Brava
Karin Konoval: Ana
Frank Crudele: Boris
Jay Brazeau: Mr. McGowan
Jana Vanková: Robot Girl