Step Up Film Series – Dance Scenes II

Step Up Film Series Restaurant Scene II

(Photo from Step Up Revolution Restaurant Scene on YouTube)

The Step Up Film Series were a series of five films in the dance/romance-drama genre released between 2006 and 2014. The films featured various facets of dance including a dance arts school, street dancers, dance performances, solo and group dances, dance competitions, in many different genres of dance including: couples freestyle, hip hop groups, jazz, a salsa and a tango performance. 

 

In this video blog, we include more of the group dance performances including the Step UP 2: The Streets Final dance scene, Step Up Revolution’s restaurant dance scene and two from Step Up: All In.

Click here to watch “Step Up Film Series – Dance Scenes I.” 

Step Up 2: The Streets

Step Up 2: The Streets – “Full Final Dance Scene”

Step Up Revolution

Step Up Revolution – The Restaurant Dance Scene

Step Up: All In

 

Step Up: All In – “High Voltage” dance scene

Step Up: All In – Opening of the Vortex dance scene

Watch more dance performances at Step Up Film Dance Scenes I!

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About the Author:

Currently, Pattie produces article and video blogs for her world dance website, DanceTime.com and blogs for her new writing resource website at PattieWells.com. She is also working on completing a linked stories novel and translating a book of Italian poetry by Eugenio Montale. Pattie writes web content for a limited number of clients and still teaches a few private dance lessons exclusively in San Diego, California where she currently resides.

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