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Step Up: All that you should know about this Romantic dance drama movie

by Ratan Srivastava
Step Up

Step Up is indeed a romantic dance drama film directed by Anne Fletcher and based on a screenplay by Duane Adler as well as Melissa Rosenberg as well as a storey by Adler. Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan, Mario, Drew Sidora, and Rachel Griffiths appear in the picture.

The movie is slated in Baltimore, Maryland, and tells the storey of poor Tyler Gage (Tatum) and affluent contemporary dancer Nora Clark (Dewan), who are put together in a showcase that will define their destinies. They ultimately work together after realising they only had one shot.

On August 11, 2006, Touchstone Pictures and Summit Entertainment released Step Up in the United States. Despite generally unfavourable reviews from critics, the picture was a box office triumph, collecting $114.2 million worldwide on a $12 million budget. It produced a series of four sequels as well as a television show.

Step Up came in second at the North American box office with a total of $21 million in its opening weekend. By the time it closed theatres on October 19, 2006, it had grossed $65.3 million in the United States and Canada. The picture had a $12 million budget.

The movie does have a 20% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, based on reviews from 105 reviewers. “This clichéd teen romance has too little narrative and not enough dance,” says the website’s consensus. The picture had a weighted average score of 48/100 on Metacritic, signifying “mixed or average reviews”; the film’s best score was 75 (from both Entertainment Weekly and The Boston Globe), while its lowest was a 25 from the San Francisco Chronicle. The film received an A- from audiences polled by CinemaScore.

Mario, Drew Sidora, Ciara, Chamillionaire, Kelis, Chris Brown, Within Temptation’s Sharon Den Adel, Blaire Reinhard, Yung Joc, and 3LW contributed to the soundtrack, with Koda Kumi’s 35th single But/Aish serving as that of the film’s theme song in Japan.

Sean Paul and Keyshia Cole’s “(When You Gonna) Give It Up To Me,” Chris Brown’s “Say Goodbye,” and Ciara’s “Get Up” featuring Chamillionaire are the soundtrack’s main singles. It came out on August 8th. Kelis’ “80s Joint,” Anthony Hamilton’s “Dear Life,” YoungBloodZ’s “Imma Shine,” and Petey Pablo’s “Show Me The Money” are among the other tunes on the album. Samantha Jade, the eventual X Factor Australia champion, sang the title single, which was produced by Wyclef Jean.

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