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The film sees two young friends recruiting a dance crew and staging a talent show in a bid to save their much loved youth club from demolition. But it's not all plain sailing!
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 57%

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"'All Stars' is funny and enthusiastic enough to entertain kids, if not their elder siblings, who may not buy this scrubbed-up version of teenaged Britain."
‑ Anna Smith, Time Out
"It's hard not to go along with the film ..."
‑ Alistair Harkness, Scotsman
"It seems derivative and lacklustre, and really inferior to almost anything on CBBC or CITV."
‑ Peter Bradshaw, Guardian
"A charming family entertainment with a clutch of seriously astonishing and visually ingenious dance numbers."
‑ David Jenkins, Little White Lies
"Derivative but occasionally fun."
‑ Nev Pierce, Empire Magazine
"British dance flick is cliched but clean and fun."
‑ Grace Montgomery, Common Sense Media
"It's very sub Grange Hill and Waterloo Road."
‑ Philip French, Observer [UK]
""Oh, not the talent show thing again," groans Ashley Jensen's social worker when the youngsters announce their plan. Well, you said it."
‑ Robbie Collin, Daily Telegraph
"Hugely enjoyable British let's-do-the-show-right-here comedy enlivened by strong performances, impressive dance sequences, likeable characters, breezy direction and a witty script."
‑ Matthew Turner, ViewLondon
"Some day, God willing, there will be a moratorium on films about plucky kids putting on talent shows to save their schools/parks/yoof centres from predatory developers."
‑ Neil Smith, Total Film
"Got To Dance winner Akai Osei has all the moves and Horrid Henry star Theo Stevenson has charm by the bucket load."
‑ Andy Lea, Daily Star
"At least the dancing is fun."
‑ Derek Malcolm, This is London
"It's a well-worn formula - a gang of youngsters have to form a dance troupe to put on a show that will save their local youth club - but what it lacks in budget it makes up for in bravado."
‑ Tim Evans, Sky Movies
"All Stars is inoffensive wish fulfilment aimed at a distinctly younger audience than the StreetDance franchise."
‑ Damon Smith, Birmingham Post
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