Out of all the Step Up movies this one is by far the best. It focuses more on dance battles, rather than the others. Yet you still have romance between Luke and Natalie. They manage to bring some characters from the second movie back. They add some twist though, good ones. They actually have a dance movie that has enough dance in it to be considered 'a dance movie'. Not that the others didn't , I just feel there is a little more dancing. It doesn't matter if it is in 3D or 2D, this movie is awesome either way. Buy it, watch it, re watch it, its worth it.
As cumbersome and drawn out as a slowly deflating tire, this cinematic collision between Vaughn's celebrated funny-surly persona and Howard's earnest pedigree is a bore -- and a serious miscalculation.
There's something interesting in this film and that's the reality it brings to its subject matter. Scenes seem real. And that's a lot to do with the performances. They're all terrific. But there's the reality of New York too, there's grit here.
its not the best but its entertaining.... this is the first fight movie i actualy wanna go in the movie and kick some butt.... there are some people in this movie u will hate and wanna hit with a bus lol... but its all good... but channing tatum is a sexy guy who kicks butt in this movie
I bought this movie thinking our Son would like it. He has yet to watch it though. However , I thought I would give it a try even though I am not a GI Joe fan. Well I am now. I was taken back because I really liked the movie. I never thought that I would like such a movie because I was never a GI Joe toy fan \/ user as a child. The special effects were good and the movie was fun to watch.
I liked the movie because it has excellent actors in it (many faces you'll recognize) and I thought the story line and scenery were good. I would recommend it because of the plot. Channing Tatum surprised me with his acting chops in this one. Very good movie.
\"10 Years\" will resonate with those who have attended a high school reunion. Especially the 10 year reunion. It is the first glimpse of post high school success, failure and\/or what has happened to fellow students. \"10 Years\" draws from all of the types that might show up on a reunion eve. (Anyone who has attended a high school reunion will find someone to identify with in this movie.)\n\nFrom Jake (Channing Tatum) curious about his old high school flame, to Cully (Chris Pratt) who feels the need to atone for past mistakes. \"10 Years\" takes on a journey of self discovery. Reminding us that we can look back but we can't go back. Poignant memories or not so poignant memories. The lesson that we take away is that we have grown up and moved on.
Life is a struggle, the new film "The Son of No One" makes that explicitly clear. But so is moviemaking, and unfortunately the toil is all too evident in writer-director Dito Montiel's messy, logic-strained third feature.
Montiel's honey coated Queens of the mid-'80s is rich with the violence and carnality of teenagers, and the performances of LaBeouf (as the young Dito) and Channing Tatum (as his Stanley Kowalski-like grunt friend, Antonio) are raw pleasures.