In this fifth installment of the franchise, dancers from the pervious films all step up to be in yet another big competition. And Las Vegas plays host for their battle.
Why Is Step Up: All In Rated PG-13?
Step Up: All In is rated PG-13 for some language and suggestive material.
Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Step Up: All In...
Violence: Characters exchange verbal jabs and then proceed to “battle” on the dance floor. Some characters lie or mislead others.
Sexual Content: Couples kiss on several occasions. Characters make sexist comments. Female judges ask men to remove their shirts while auditioning. Some mild innuendo and crude sexual humor are included. Brief shots of nude statues and paintings are shown. A woman wears a revealing lace dress. Naked mannequins are seen.
Language: The script includes a strong sexual expletive and infrequent scatological slang, mild crude terms and some profanities.
Alcohol / Drug Use:Characters drink in social settings and at home.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Details on home video releases of Step Up: All In...Home Video Notes: Step Up: All In
Release Date: 4 November 2014
Step Up: All In releases to home video (Blu-ray) with the following extras:
- Ryan's Favorite dance scenes (with optional commentary)
- Audio commentary
- Deleted scenes
- The Vortex Dance Index
- Three Featurettes