All Stars (2013) Tuesday, 31 March 2020

All Stars (2013)

Additional Info

  • Rating:

    U (UK): Contains mild violence and very mild language.

  • The pitch:

    So you think you can breakdance?

  • Starring:

    Theo Stevenson, Akai, Fleur Houdijk, Dominic Herman-Day, Amelia Clarkson, Gamal Toseafa, Hanae Atkins, Ashley Jenkins, Summer Davies, Kimberley Walsh, Kieran Lei, Ashley Walters, Javine Hylton, Kevin Bishop, Mark Heap

  • Directed by:

    Ben Gregor

  • Running time:

    106 minutes

  • Rated:

    CTC (Australia), U (UK), NR (USA)


    Kids brawl (punching, pushing, shoving, kicking, wrestling, headlocking, threatening language). Dance sequences contain martial arts, samurai-swords, implied violence. Video game characters disintegrate, a girl smashes a table. School detention, a child is grounded, lying. Squealing, arguing. Blood/gore: Scratch on face. Headaches, stomach cramps, vomiting, diarrohea mentioned. A boy is wounded (sword) in an imaginary battle.


    Teen flirting, ogling, infatuation. Crotch-grabbing (dance move). Skimpy clothing, dancewear. Cleavage.


    Taking prescription pills mentioned.


    Name-calling, mocking behaviour, threatening language. Jokes about weight, age, fashion, popularity. Gender, cultural, ethnic, racial, teenage, family, school stereotypes.


    Dancing, music, youth centres, eviction, community, popularity, rivalry, black market, talent, technology, relationships, siblings, family, schooling, ballroom dancing, street dancing, rap, MCing, talent quests, auditions, choreography, demolition, progress, rejection, depression.


    Estranged father, depressed father, building eviction notice. Estranged wife/mother mentioned. Hearing/appeal setting. Flocks of birds, dog, flies, ventriloquist. Spitting, farting. Peanut allergy, lactose intolerance, aerosol allergy mentioned. Bright lights cause mild strobing.


    Spirited, enthusiastic, inoffensive. Family friendly, occasionally fun, some good jokes, impressive dance sequences, earnest performances, talented cast, bubbly tone.


    Derivative, overlong, predictable, clichéd, incompetent, predictable, unimaginative, lacklustre. Tired story, thin characters, lazy humour, weak screenplay, serviceable direction, poor sound-recording, modest scale, lacks style, pointless 3D.

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