Starring Witney Carson, Jordan Clark, David Winters, Gary Daniels, Chehon Wespi-Tschopp
Incompetent. Awkward. Embarrassing.
Inept rip-off of the Step Up series of films about a young rich girl who goes to Florida to reconnect with her estranged father. While there, she meets Ken, a lowly servant at her father’s hotel, and instantly falls in love. They discover a common love of dancing, which every single character (no matter how unlikely) in the movie shares. Even the grumpy old man brooding over the loss of his son was once a dancer. Every aspect of the film is insultingly bad; except the dancing which manages to be mediocre. The dialogue largely consists of one character repeating what another character said in the form of a question. The acting, aided by the script, is atrocious. The direction is amateur (Christian Bale tirade amateur). It’s a team effort on its way down to the lower depths.
-Walter Tyrone Howard-