When her brother decides to ditch for a couple weeks, Viola heads over to his elite boarding school, disguised as him, and proceeds to fall for one of his soccer teammates, and soon learns she's not the only one with romantic troubles.
In Baltimore, the troublemaker and street dancer Tyler Gage lives with his foster parents in a lower class neighborhood. His best friends are Mac Carter and his little brother Skinny Carter and they used to hang around together, going to parties and stealing cars. After being expelled from a party, the trio breaks in the Maryland School of Arts and commits vandalism, destroying the stage. Tyler is arrested and sentenced to 200 hours of community service in the school and Director Gordon assigns him to help the janitor cleaning the place. One afternoon, the ballet dancer Nora Clark sees Tyler dancing in the parking area and when her partner Andrew has a strain and Tyler offers to help her in the choreography, she accepts the offer; they rehearsal and become close to each other while Tyler becomes friend of the students Miles Darby and Lucy Avila. When Andrew returns, Tyler that is known for quitting everything he starts gives up dancing and leaves Nora alone. After an incident, Tyler ...Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The auditorium for the Maryland School of the the Arts is LeClerc Hall at Notre Dame of Maryland University. See more »
When Nora is talking to Director Gordon about Tyler being her new dance partner, there are a few papers lying around on her desk. In the next shot, the paper is tidy. But after Tyler repeats himself as "adequate", her desk is back to messy again. See more »
Guess what she bought for us? Cap'n Crunch. Peanut Butter Cap'n Cunch. I told you she liked us.
[takes bite of cereal]
Let me get a bite of that?
Okay. One bite, just one bite.
[Tyler takes the bowl and has a huge bite]
That's the biggest bite I've ever seen! Come on! Give it back!
[Tyler takes another bite]
Get your own! I spit on that spoon!
[Tyler pushes it back]
Oh yeah, now you give it back.
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During the credits, clips from a contest held by the movie along with Ciara for dancers to submit videos via MySpace are shown. See more »
Written by Pharrell Williams, Gene Elliott Thornton, Jr., and Terrence Thornton
Performed by The Clipse
Courtesy of Re-Up Gang Records/Jive Records
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I thought this movie was really good. I'll admit the acting may not have been to it's full potential.. but I still thought it was pretty good. The movie is based on dancing and overall I thought the technique was very good. The talent displayed in this movie is extraordinary. The movie has romance, comedy, tragedy, and nearly everything else you would want in a good movie. The music in this movie is also really good. I would say this movie is well worth the money I spent. Step Up is inspirational and was everything I was expecting it to be. I'd highly recommend seeing it. If you enjoyed the movie Save The Last Dance this is probably a good movie for you. I found this movie to be very uplifting.
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