Step Up All In

Synopsis: Sean brings his dance crew known as The Mob to Los Angeles to try and make it. But they haven't had much luck, eventually the Mob decides it's time to go back to Miami but Sean decides to stay. He learns of a dance competition is Las Vegas wherein the winner will get a three year contract. Sean needs a new crew so he asks fellow dancer Moose for help. And Moose introduces him to Andie, another friend and dancer who got injured a few years ago and is now ready to get back in. He recruits some other friends and they head Las Vegas as LMNTRIX. When they get there, they discover that the Mob too is also there, which is very touchy for Sean.
Genre: Drama, Music, Romance
Director(s): Trish Sie
Production: Lionsgate
Rotten Tomatoes:
112 min

There's a magic that

happens when you dance.

Everything lines up.

The world is in sync.

And for one perfect moment,

you feel totally alive.

But to make

a living as a dancer

you go through stuff that

doesn't feel so magical.

The rejection.

Crappy pay.

Endless auditions.

That's when it feels

like your world

shrinks down to

the same cold room.

The same fluorescent lights

and the same indifferent people

day after day.

That's where my

Hollywood story begins.

All right, thanks

for coming in today.

You guys know

everybody here.

Can you

take off, um...

Take your shirts off.

Yeah, just take

your shirts off.

Yeah, no shirts.

Good. That's good.

That's good.

That's great.

Can you come forward?

And go backwards.

Can you just step

to your left, please?

Just find the light

to your left.

But as you're going left,

you need to go right?

I want you to feel the

feeling of feeling the product.

Good. And use the product.

I just want the feeling that

your hose is your family.

And I want you to, um,

make love to it.

But not in a weird way.

That's good.

Yeah. Okay.

Good. More, more!

Less, less!

Yeah, I wasn't

expecting a beard.

I like the beard.

No, we need the beard to go.

Beard's gotta go.

Beard's not going.

The beard should go now.

Are you willing to

shave your beard?

Yeah, I'll shave it off.


You'll shave? He'll shave.



Come on, please?

Thank you.

This is not working.

What are you doin'?

What's wrong with you?

That's nice.


You gonna let her

walk past you like that?

Yeah, exactly

what was that?

Dawg, you gotta move on.

Emily's on tour.

All right? It's over.

Hot girl looks at you like

that, man, you gotta handle it.

You know better than that.

I know how I'd handle it.

Sorry, everyone, looks like

we found what we're looking for

and we're out of time for

today, so thanks again.

Are you serious? Come on. We've

been out here for three hours.

That's how it goes.

Thank you so much, Elizabeth.

Appreciate it.

Always a pleasure, Jasper.

Yes, it is.

Nice hats.




Bad. That was bad.

I don't get it.

I actually had a good

feeling about this one.

Yeah. That one,

and the one before,

and all the other

ones that we didn't get.

Yeah, I thought LA

was supposed to be

the place where

dreams actually happen.

No, what actually

happens is that

we keep putting on this

stupid sh*t for nothing.

Where did you find these anyway?

Actually, I don't wanna know.

In the dumpster

behind El compadre.

It's called vintage, boo.

Y'all act like we

can afford new ones.

No, that's

called nasty.

That's gross. Honestly,

I can't take this anymore.

I really can't. You know?

All right. Let's just chalk this

up as another crappy audition.

Every audition is

a crappy audition.

I thought we were

on our way.

We move out here. We do the big

nike ad. Everything's looking good.

And then nothing.

I hate to say it, but what

are we still doing here?

I feel you, bro.

Okay, it's been rough.

We gotta blow

off some steam.

I know what we need.

Yo, the mob is in the house,


What's up, Sean?

Brother, how you

doin', man?

My man!

That's my man. How you

feelin', man? All right?

How many of y'all tonight?

The whole mob.

Y'all always roam

in packs, though.

I don't know why you

gotta do that to a brother.

Told you,

this is what we needed.

Let's have

a good night, y'all.

What the...

Hey! It's the mariachi

band from earlier.

You ladies play

us something saucy?

That's cute. That necklace is

cute, too. You get that at Claire's?

Man, you spend all

day comin' up with that?

You musta had a lotta free

time after not getting that gig.


man, just get outta here.

We're just tryin'

to have a good time.

Man, we ain't goin' nowhere.

We came here to do

a little dancin'.

Unless that's

a problem for you.

It is. So go.

Maybe we should settle it.

You wanna

battle on the floor?

Please, let's not do it, all

right? Are we really doing this?


Listen, please.

This guy's a douche, man. And I'm

not tryin' to get all sweaty in this.

Battling him is not the move.

Look, what's the problem?

Did the three amigos

forget their sombreros?

Mexican reference?

Good job, man.

This guy's a dick.

Come on. Let's just go.

No, no.

You picked the wrong night

to get in my face, little man.

Are you having

a tough day?

It must suck to be

hot for five minutes,

then realize that your flash

mob ain't nothin' but a joke.

Whatever, man,

you're a joke!

Okay, yeah, we got that.

That's awesome. Thank you, man.

Look, we've been

there and done that.

Let this go. Let's just go.

No, we came here

to dance, right?

Why don't we line it up for

these clowns. Come on, let's go.

Come on.




Grim knights!

Grim knights! Grim knights!

That's the last time I make a fool

out of myself for you. That's it.

Way to look out for

the crew, bro. Thanks, man.

I'm outta here.

Hey, man, easy come,

easy go, bro.

If everybody could make it,

it wouldn't be Hollywood.

What time was lunch?

Like 2:

There you are, man.

What is this?

Look, we been

talkin' about it, man,

and it's time

to go home, Sean.

I mean, we've gone hard. And

it's nothing to be ashamed of.

Then what?

You're just gonna bail?

All of you?

Yo, man, wake up, man!

When are you gonna stop acting

like everything is just okay?

This crew's not

ready for LA, man.

I don't know how

you don't see that.

Because we made 50

grand off the nike spot.

Yeah. Six months ago.

And split 12 ways.

Dawg, I spend more money

on gas going to auditions

than most people

do on rent.

I'm over it.

I'm done, man.

So what are you gonna do?

You gonna go back to Miami?

We're just all

tapped out, man.

Dude, we're 40 days

late on our rent.

I've run out of stuff to sell

on ebay, man. I have nothing.

Man, let's just call it what it is,

all right? We're ready to go back.

So quit then. Go crawling

back to Miami. Go ahead.

Ain't gotta be

like this. Yeah, it does.

Sorry, I'm not leavin'.


Yeah. I'm stayin' here.

All right, peace, man.

Hold up.

Caesars Palace and

international pop

sensation alexxa brava

present the vortex.

I'm alexxa brava.

And welcome to the vortex.

This is more than

just a dance competition.

This is the ultimate showdown.

With the ultimate prize.

Many crews will enter, but

only one can emerge victorious,

winning a three-year booking

in fabulous Las Vegas.

We are now accepting

video submissions

from the world's

best dance crews.

We're looking for originality,

creativity and pure spectacle.

Does your crew

deserve a Vegas show?

If so, send us your video

and show us that your

crew has what it takes.

You still got it.

Lookin' good.

Yo, man, you shoulda

called me sooner.

I had no idea

you needed a job.

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Duane Adler

Duane Adler is an American screenwriter, director, and producer. He is best known for his work on romantic dance films Save the Last Dance (2001), Step Up (2006), and Make Your Move (2013). His other screenwriting credits include VH1's telefilm The Way She Moves (2001), Weinstein Co's Make It Happen (2008), Skydance's "Northern Lights," and Fox Atomic's Venice Beach.Duane Adler is president of Hungry Yak Productions and partner in Connect Entertainment. more…

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