Los Angeles: The two Hollywood releases Step Up Revolution
and Total Recall
hit theaters today. Both films, former being a dance drama and the latter being a sci-fi seem promising and they will definitely make viewers think which one to go first.
Directed by Scott Speer and produced by Jon M Chu, Step Up Revolution
is an American dance film. The movie features Kathryn McCormick, participant from the TV dance reality show So You Think You Can Dance
season six. Ryan Guzman will be seen as Sean, Kathryn's love interest.
The central idea of the film is dance and the story revolves around a rich girl Emily, who goes to Miami to get a professional training in dance. She falls in love with a guy who also happens to be the leader of their dance crew. The story takes a different bitter turn when Emily's dad hinders the crew from winning a championship.
The next Hollywood release is Len Wiseman's Total Recall
, featuring Colin Farrell, Jessica Biel and Kate Beckinsale in the lead roles. Inspired from writer Philip K Dick's short story We Can Remember It for You Wholesale
, the first part of the movie released in 1990 starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The plot of the story is set in 2084, after World War III. The situation is that world is devastated and the two super powers which emerge out after the battle fight for authority. The director has carried along a few details from its previous part like the woman with three breasts, but there is no space travelling in this version.