Center Stage: Turn It up

Center Stage: Turn It up
Center Stage: Turn It up
  • PG-13
  • 1h 35m
  • 2008
Fresh60%
Common Sense Media Iconage 13+
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Return to the Center Stage phenomenon with new passions and partners in the amped-up, high-energy Center Stage: Turn It Up. All Kate Parker has ever wanted to do was perform with the American Ballet Academy. But when she doesn't get in, she learns that it takes more than just natural talent to succeed in the dance world. With a turn in a cutting-edge hip-hop club and the help of a handsome former hockey player-turned-dancer, she may yet manage to make her dreams come true. Peter Gallagher (TV's "The O.C.," Center Stage), Kenny Wormald (TV's "Dancelife"), Ethan Stiefel (Center Stage) and a cast of hot, up-and-coming stars rock to a new beat in this unmissable sensation!
© 2008 Stage 6 Films, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Common Sense Media
Tracy Moore
Fresh

Entertaining dance-focused romance has some mature themes.

June 25, 2017
MovieTime, ABC Radio National
Jason Di Rosso
Rotten

You feel sorry for the real-life dancers on screen here...

June 21, 2017
FILMINK (Australia)
Annette Basile
Rotten

Doesn't have a fraction of its predecessor's pizzazz.

June 21, 2017
Urban Cinefile
Louise Keller
Fresh

It might be formulaic and predictable, but there's plenty of appeal in this energy-filled film abo...

June 21, 2017
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Common Sense Media

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Common Sense Says
Entertaining dance-focused romance has some mature themes.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know That Center Stage: Turn it Up is a sequel to the teen-targeted dance romance Center Stage. The sequel involves fierce competition at a ballet academy, and tackles dating conflict, implied sex between consenting adults, frequent kissing and romantic overtones, nightlife, and some sensuality and suggestiveness, particularly in the dance routines. There is brief strong language. It's also often set against the backdrop of a nightclub, though it shows no underage or even indulgent drinking. It offers a wealth of positive messages about hard work and ambition and personal responsibility, and shows young adults behaving responsibly in spite of the temptations of night life, but its mature themes and romanticizing of city life make it best for older kids.

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Drama
  • Release Date:November 1, 2008
  • Highest Available for Purchase:HD

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