Center Stage: Turn It Up

November 1, 2008 0 By Fans
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Plot

All self-taught dancer Kate Parker has ever wanted to do was perform with the American Academy of Ballet… 

Release Year: 2008

Rating: 5.6/10 (1,721 voted)

Director:
Steven Jacobson

Stars: Kenny Wormald, Rachele Brooke Smith, Sarah Jayne Jensen

Storyline
All self-taught dancer Kate Parker has ever wanted to do was perform with the American Academy of Ballet…

 

Writers: Carol Heikkinen, Karen Bloch Morse

Cast:

Kenny Wormald

Tommy Anderson


Rachele Brooke Smith

Kate Parker


Sarah Jayne Jensen

Suzanne Von Stroh


Nicole Muñoz

Bella Parker


Christopher Russell

Sal


Peter Gallagher

Jonathan Reeves


Ethan Stiefel

Cooper Nielsen


Christian Vincent

Harris


Daniela Dib

Allison


Crystal Lowe

Lexi


Lucia Walters

Monica Straus


Cody Green

Nick Hoffman


Jacqueline Ann Steuart

Valerie Taft

(as Jacqueline Steuart)


Keith Martin Gordey

Mr. Von Stroh

(as Keith Gordey)


Anthony Harrison

Mr. Parker

Taglines:
From the streets to the stage. The dream remains the same.

Release Date: 1 November 2008

Filming Locations: Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA



Technical Specs

Runtime:

Goofs:

Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers):
Kate is re-applying for ballet school and the application states last name first. She writes "Kate" down.

Quotes:

Tommy Anderson:
OK, well I suck at it and… I need some help.

Kate Parker:
Well that's why your at the ABA.

Tommy Anderson:
Yeah, I know they'll give me steps but… they cant give me what I really need.

Kate Parker:
And what do you really need?

Tommy Anderson:
Fire.

Kate Parker:
What?

Tommy Anderson:
My instructor told me to find fire.

Kate Parker:
What, and I look like two sticks you can rub together?

Tommy Anderson:
Kinda.



User Review

Heartwarming romance and great dance chemistry!

Rating: 8/10


This is a great little movie. As somebody else wrote, the chemistry
between the leads was wonderful. In a way this shouldn't be compared
with the first Center Stage, which was more like Fame (trials and
tribulations of an ensemble at an arts school, in this case a dance
academy).

CS: Turn It Up is really a dance romance, which we haven't seen for a
while (Step Up 2 wasn't very romantic). The first Center Stage was very
cheesy, while this one is much lower on the cheese scale.

There's a great sweetness to the lead couple's relationship, and while
they are clearly great dancers rather than experienced actors, they're
very natural with each other.

Highly recommended and very satisfying (and the music is GREAT–I
thought it was even better than the first Center Stage's soundtrack,
which was also very good.)