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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.
Heaney had seen 1–4 previously (some of them several times); Rebolini was new to the franchise, and would experience it entirely in one day. AR: I feel like this is most apparent when you see them in a row, because you're so bombarded with these amazing and over-the-top numbers in the sequels that the first movie ends up seeming quaint. Because at the time, it felt like the dancing in the first was so great, and there was so much of it. I do think that the "battling crew" structure (absent from the first movie as well as the fourth) is the best, most exciting format for the movies, rather than the "audition" format of this one.
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.
KH: All I want is to be lifted the way that Tyler [Tatum] lifts Nora [Dewan-Tatum]. It's just not a realistic thing for me to hope for. The movie that began this illustrious franchise devotes, by far, the least amount of screen time to actual dance numbers.
Tatum and Dewan-Tatum met on the set of Step Up, so it's especially rewarding to rewatch the movie now, years later, and kind of watch them fall in love.
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While some may dismiss Belle as delicate, Watson's portrayal sounds far from it.