Center Stage: Turn It Up (2008)

PG-13   |    |  Drama, Music, Romance


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A self-trained dancer from the streets of Detroit finds her way after auditioning for the most prestigious ballet academy in New York.


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  • Sarah Jayne Jensen, Kenny Wormald, and Rachele Brooke Smith in Center Stage: Turn It Up (2008)
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  • Center Stage: Turn It Up (2008)
  • Sarah Jayne Jensen and Kenny Wormald in Center Stage: Turn It Up (2008)
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9 May 2009 | hazey
5
| Better than I expected!
This movie turned out to be a nice surprise. I was a little concerned that it would fall below par being a straight to DVD sequel, but it held its own.

The strongest area would be the dance routines. Very entertaining, they kept making me want to get up and dance along. The characters were likable, believable and linked in nicely with the original story.

The weakest areas would probably be the under par dialog and the been there done that story line. But considering it is a sequel, there really wasn't a whole lot of new ground or directions they could go in. On saying that, the story was told strongly enough to keep you interested the whole way through.

A lovely little Saturday night in movie for all the dance crazed movie fans.

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