Step Up Revolution
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Step Up Revolution
Rating & Content Info
Why is Step Up Revolution rated PG-13? Step Up Revolution is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for some suggestive dancing and language.
Violence: Characters engage in illegal actives. Rebelliousness is shown in a positive way. A character encourages another to break the rules. Some angry words are exchanges. A man punches another. Canisters of gas are released during a raid on a social gathering, and some property damage ensues. Security guards wrestle with characters resisting arrest.
Sexual Content: Characters are scantily dressed throughout, with numerous bikini-clad women and shirtless men shown. Many of the routines contain sexual movements, especially when males and females dance together. Characters kiss passionately. A couple spends the night together, but sexual relations are denied. A few crude sexual references are heard. Some nude statues are seen at an art gallery—later some dancers inmate these figures, although the real human cover private body parts.
Language: Mid expletives and terms of Deity are used infrequently. Some moderate profanities and scatological slang are heard.
Drugs and Alcohol: Characters frequently drink alcohol in bar settings and social gathering. Background characters are briefly seen smoking.
Page last updated November 27, 2012
|British Columbia||PG||Coarse Language|
|Ontario||PG||Language May Offend.|
|Canadian Home Video||PG|
News About "Step Up Revolution"
Cast and Crew
Step Up Revolution is directed by Scott Speer and stars Kathryn McCormick, Ryan Guzman, Adam G. Sevani.
The most recent home video release of Step Up Revolution movie is November 26, 2012. Here are some details…
Home Video Notes: Step Up Revolution
Release Date: 27 November 2012
Step Up Revolution releases to home video (Blu-ray 3D/DVD/Digital Copy) with the following extras:
- Audio commentary with director Scott Speer, choreographer Jamal Sims and cast members Kathryn McCormick and Ryan Guzman.
- Featurettes: Becoming A Star, Choreography, Dancing On Their Own and Making The Mob.
- Music videos: Goin’ In (J Lo featuring Flo Rida & Lil Jon) and Hands In The Air (Timbaland featuring Ne-Yo)
- Flash Mob Index (all of The Mob’s dance sequences)
- Deleted Scenes