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In this latest installment of the Step Up franchise, an aspiring dancer named Emily (Kathryn McCormick) moves to Miami where she runs into Sean (Ryan Guzman), the leader of a dance crew who is fighting to save his neighborhood dance scene.
Why Is Step Up Revolution Rated PG-13?
Step Up Revolution is rated PG-13 for some suggestive dancing and language.
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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.
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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