William McDonough’s newest book picks up where his groundbreaking Cradle to Cradle left off, advocating that we continue to revolutionize our business practices to make them as sustainable as possible, while still making things we want to use. Show More Summary
You say you want a revolution? Too bad, because this Galaxy smartphone update is just that... an update. Samsung's newly unveiled Galaxy S 4 is an incremental step up, an evolution less "inspired by nature" and more by last year's GS III. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Lionsgate/Summit has won an auction for Spinback, a John Swetnam spec script murder mystery set in the world of electronic dance music. Scott Speer (Step Up Revolution) is attached to direct, with Todd Garner producing through...Show More Summary
Includes 4 Hip-Hop and Latin dance routines and features music and moves from the movie! Click to buy it today.
Joe Corey Steps Up for the Revolution...
Reviewed by Gordon Sullivan Quote: "Pretty much every story beat has been done to death in a thousand other dance films, and Revolution adds nothing to the formula to make it stand out."
Step into the San Francisco offices of Change.org, the online petitioning site that is arming ordinary people with the tools to start revolutions, and you'll be swept up by the mission.
Director Scott Speer is fully aware viewers are here to see a choreographed extravaganza filled with shocking dance maneuvers and steady energy, and he structures the film in order to maximize gyrating time. While focusing on the central appeal element is a good idea, the plot still has to be decent to make the larger work a success.
10. Step Up: Revolution -- I sneaked Step Up: Revolution -- which, as all the Step Up movies do, had fantastic dance sequences and the plot of a bad porn movie -- into the number ten spot just to prove...
Step Up Revolution, Sparkle, and The Apparition are also out this week. Men in Black 3 Agents J (Will Smith) and K (Tommy Lee Jones) are back and in top shape 15 years after the original Men in Black. The partners are now tasked with...Show More Summary
Welcome back to This Week In Discs! As always, if you see something you like, click on the image to buy it. In Search Of: Complete Series The universe is filled with mystery, and for several years the best place learn more about in on a weekly basis was the show In Search Of… with host Leonard Nimoy. Show More Summary
More dancing than plot...
Watch as the dancers use their down time on set to perfect new moves in this extra from the Blu-ray and DVD, available November 27th. [...]
Revolution's leading lady has gone from whimpering child to kickass heroine — all in the span of five episodes! In Monday's episode, Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) came one step closer to toughening up in this post-apocalyptic world, nearly...Show More Summary
Another week of Revolution marks an up step in the show?s short run, though it remains a little shaky with a plot that is put together quite clunkily, a story that continues to stand apart from the other episodes more so than working towards tying them together with a stronger through-line, and a title that means absolutely nothing.
Lady Gaga was born this way – and now she’s stepping up the acceptance with a new project, A Body
Still has good rhythm...
Kathryn McCormick and Ryan Guzman star as the leaders of a Miami flash mob who use their dance moves to protest the local government. [...]
Here is what you need to understand about dance movies: there are rules. A few of the most important: 1. There must be a (hot) male lead and (hot) female lead, both of whom can dance. Preferably, these leads must have slightly different...Show More Summary
There were so many reasons to keep it under wraps that I went to see Step Up Revolution—on purpose, without a single one of my children—on the big screen in 3D on Friday afternoon. I mean, I was clearly the only person in the theater over the age of 14 and, well, it was a [...]Show More Summary