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File: Step Up 4
Step Up Revolution (also known as Step Up 4: Miami Heat, and previously titled Step Up 4Ever) is an American 3D dance film produced by Step Up 3D director Jon M. Chu and directed by Scott Speer.
The fourth installment in the Step Up film series was released on July 27, 2012 and stars Kathryn McCormick from the sixth season of So You Think You Can Dance and features choreography by Jamal Sims, Christopher Scott, Chuck Maldonado and Travis Wall. The production design was created by Carlos A. Menendez. Unlike the first three films produced by Touchstone Pictures and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, this film is the first to be produced and distributed by Summit Entertainment without Touchstone's involvement.
Emily Anderson, the daughter of a wealthy businessman, arrives in Miami with aspirations of becoming a professional contemporary dancer. However, she soon falls in love with Sean, a young man who leads a dance crew in elaborate, cutting-edge flash mobs. The crew, called the MOB, strives to win a contest on Youtube for most hits for a major sponsorship opportunity, but Emily's father threatens to destroy the MOB's historic neighborhood and the entire community and build a large hotel, in the process displacing thousands of people. Emily bands together with Sean and the MOB to turn their performance art into protest art or risk losing their homes and jobs due to Emily's father's project.They succeed in making Bill Anderson not break their area thus saving their crew and the neighourhood.
Several songs which appear in the film do not feature on the soundtrack. The first is "Undone" by Haley Reinhart. The song was first released on Reinhart's debut album, Listen Up!. The second song is "Words" by Skylar Grey. The third is "Buyou" by Keri Hilson featuring J. Cole; the song was first released on Keri's second album No Boys Allowed. The fourth song is "Dancing" by Elisa. The fifth song is "Monday" (Glitch Mob Remix) by Nalepa.
Other songs featured in the movie include "Prituri Se Planinata" (NiT GriT Remix) by Stellamara (art dance), "Wait" by M83, "Pyramid Song" (Zed's Dead Illuminati Remix) by Radiohead (the song which is the backing to the suit scene), "Hear Me Coming" by Yung Joc as well as "Ants" and "If You Crump Stand Up" by edIT, "Let It Roll" by Flo Rida, "Aquarium" by Nosaj Thing and "Fortune days" by The Glitch Mob.
The film was released on July 27, 2012 in the United States and Canada by Summit Entertainment through Lionsgate. The first official trailer was released on January 30, 2012. The second official trailer was released on March 30, 2012.
The UK release date is scheduled for August 10, 2012.
In its opening weekend, the film grossed $11,731,708. It was released in 2,567 theaters. As of August 19, 2012 the film has grossed $32,853,000 in the United States and $46,300,000 in other territories, for a total of $79,153,000 worldwide.
Step Up Revolution has received mixed reviews from critics, receiving a 43% "Rotten" rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 74 amateur reviews, but received a higher 50% rating from 'top critics'. The consensus stating: "Step Up Revolution treads familiar territory by surrounding its lively and kinetic dance sequences with a predictably generic story."