Jon Chu directs the third instalment to the Step up franchise. Following a similar plot to the previous two films, Luke is the leader of a team of street dancers from New York City and he's about to receive two new recruits, a freshman called Moose and a beautiful and talented dancer called Natalie. Together the troupe find themselves enrolled in the World Jam, the biggest breakdancing competition the world has to offer. The newly formed team must quickly bond and learn the tightest routines they can in order to impress and hopefully change their lives forever.
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It helps that Step Up 2 is a sequel only in the sense that it, too, is about dancing teens -- so really, you could make a case for You Got Served, Stomp the Yard, Save the Last Dance, and all the rest being a single franchise with more titles than Freddy or Jason, and closing in on James Bond. The near-complete turnover both in front of and behind the camera is healthy for the energy levels, and fans of this type of movie, too, who at least deserve more than the heavy-handed romance of the original (and I use that term loosely).
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