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Plot: A tight-knit group of New York City street dancers, including Luke (Malambri) and Natalie (Vinson), team up with NYU freshman Moose (Sevani), and find themselves pitted against the world's best hip hop dancers in a high-stakes showdown that will change their lives forever. Written by Walt Disney… Runtime: 107 min Release Date: 04 Aug 2010
Dancing movies are hilarious. Stop taking them seriously. People watch bad horror movies all the time and laugh their asses off, yet they don't seem to understand that they can, and should, do the same thing with dance. Step Up 2 the Streets is absolutely hilarious. Step Up 3D just takes the dancing and bland story of Step Up 2, mixes it with the plot of Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo and sprinkles a bit of 3D acid into the mix. Entire theatres should be breaking out into uproarious laughter, both during and in between the dance scenes.This is a comedic gold mine.If you want to watch <more>
it for good dancing, then you get that too, as a bonus. All of these 1/10 reviewers need to grow a sense of humour. This movie is only boring for a few minutes. The rest is just epic.9.5/10 rounded up to a 10.Learn to have fun. You'll live longer.
First of all I must say I'm a dance lover...And when I say lover, I mean it. I have watched all Step Up movies 1,2 and 3D and this last one is without a doubt the best one. Character and script wise it was still very predictable but what movie isn't? aside from Remember Me Being inside the dance world has brought to the understanding I now have of music and motion. The passion I have for dance is portrayed in Step Up 3D in a documentary way and I don't think that any dancer could ask for more. Also the passion for film is well explicit in this movie. If you love the arts you <more>
should probably be buying your ticket! Not only does the movie show you how good it feels to dance but also the meaning of friendship in between. And how hard it is to survive in the dance world. A new kind of family emerges. As for the producer, the well known Adam Shankman, judge from So You Think You Can Dance, great work once again! Also from SYTYCD are all-stars Twitch and Legacy. GREAT WORK. Although I expected more from Twicth.Overall Step Up 3D is a must-see. Hope you enjoy!
Makes you kind of happy that you lived to witness the greatest dancing ever. (by huynh_hh)
I'm a little saddened that there aren't as many stars given for Step Up 3D as it deserves. I've come back from watching it in theaters a little less than an hour ago, and my mind is still completely blown; Step Up 3D is a 10 in its own genre. Not only that, it has surpassed the previous Step Ups by FAR in terms of dancing. But really, that's what these movies are made for, right? To watch the DANCING! : I also really enjoyed the cast in this movie as well, since there's a lot of familiar faces from the dance community, and So You Think You Can Dance. Everyone is a dancer <more>
in this movie, and if you already can't tell how awed I am still, the dancing in this movie is so good that it makes the acting and plot both of which are actually better than Step Up 2's negligible. Since this movie is in 3D after all, I really must emphasize that the visual effects that are put into this movie to combine with the dancing make the overall movie experience and film quality a lot more worthy.Needless to say, my movie experience was continuously EXCITING because it seemed like I couldn't stop squealing, saying, "That is SO. AWESOME.", or just having my jaw drop once the dancing started. I promise you, it will blow your mind, the heights to which dancing is showcased in Step Up 3D.Step Up 3D may have 4.1 stars on IMDb right now, but I am a viewer whose intent was to appreciate the heart and soul of the movie -- the dancing. After you see it, you'll wish there were more stars to give for Step Up 3D's performances.
How this is getting 3.9/10 i do not know :S!! (by jmblfc93)
i watched this film yesterday with the girlfriend, and i didn't have high hopes for the film at all, I'm not really into dance/romance movies. But during the film, with each minute i became more and more in love with it. I mean WOW!! step up 3D delivers like no other dance movie out there. This movie was amazing! the 3D was incredible, the dancing was out of this world, the songs on the film were amazing! my and my girlfriend were singing along to them, but the storyline lacked abit, apart from the storyline, Justin Chi has made the perfect dance film! I'm even debating going to <more>
see this movie again next week! although the last too step up movies lacked character, the latest instalment in the franchise definitely gives the trilogy the buzz that it needs! i rate this movie 9/10, it would of been 10/10 if the storyline wasn't lacking abit! even if you hate dance movies this movie in definitely worth watching.
I've never seen a movie propelled by break dancing until this afternoon. I saw it in a large suburban mall multiplex anchored in the corn belt way west of the Hudson River and 5 miles from the closest Fred Astaire Dance School. Wow! Step Up 3D 3D version is visually kinetic, great fun and spirited as it follows an iconic, time-tested and, to some, tired formulaic story. Like Astaire's song and dance movies from the 1930's through the 1950's, one knows that everything will turn out well before the end credits but in Astaire's movies and this Jon Chu film, its really about <more>
traveling - about the trip not the destination - as the film un spools scenes with very appealing actors, spectacular dancing, savvy camera work, smart editing and a corny script. But its cathartic corn, at least to those of us who wouldn't ordinarily see a street dance flick. When co-leads Alyson Stoner and Adam Savani's dweeb characters relate to one another as NYU frosh, they are believable even in the silliness of the plot structure. So too with the characters played by other co-leads Rick Malambi and Sharni Vinson. The 3D treatment provides Step Up 3D with distorted visual energy and I dug it, I dug it a lot over and over again. Even as the spectacular end credits seem to be winding down, Chu gives us a single guy on a small part of a wide screen with lots of hand choreography. The camera slowly trucks towards him as the credits scroll up on the right side. His hand and head moves and the 3D camera work are mesmerizing in a "less is more" kind of way.I saw this movie on a perfectly beautiful Sunday afternoon because film reviewers Michael Phillips and A.0. Scott told viewers to see it on what is the very last edition of syndicated television's "At the Movies". Thumbs up to you boys, and to Roger Ebert, Gene Siskel, Richard Roeper and the guest critics. Your always engaging show, too, was about the journey.
All right, so reading some of the absolutely appalling reviews about this movie, I just want to ask...what did you think you were going to watch? You're not watching this in hopes of watching an Oscar winner. This is just one of those movies where you're watching for the jaw-dropping dance moves which is totally enhanced by the use of 3D.I absolutely LOVED it. I went in, expecting the cheese dripping dialogue, the "deep" conversations and cardboard acting. The DANCE is the reason I shelled out the $13 in ticket price and 3D glasses.The haters need to stop their crying. They <more>
should have known better about what they were going to watch.-R
"Step Up 3D" maybe the best 3D movie since "Avatar". You laugh. For one thing "Step Up 3D" was filmed in 3D—no post production enhancement. Seeing amazing street dancing is visually stunning in 3D. One distinguishing sequence has Moose Adam G. Sevani splashing his moves on the water flooded stage. In another electrifying sequence the dance troop Pirates move in unison in LED lit costumes. One sees "Step Up 3D" for the 3D—entirely.No ground breaking storytelling here. Amy Anderson and Emily Meyer's screenplay barely eclipses perfunctory. This <more>
is the coming of age story of misunderstood young people overcoming the odds to compete in the First Annual World Dance Jam. The dialogue is awful. We endure the speaking interludes throughout the movie to get to the dancing, which is spectacular. Director Jon Chu has a dramatic sense of line and chaos with a provocative and flourishing visual style.The dancing is spectacular. Jon Chu has assembled some of the best street dancers in the world. The Santiago Twin spirited Martin and Facundo Lombard just kill in the World Dance Jam. Chadd Smith as Vlad, whose specialty is the Robot dance, is absolutely awesome—in 3D the effect is mesmerizing. Sharni Vinson, who plays stunningly beautiful and ripped nomad street dancer Natalie, is elevation and grace combined. The capoeira practice she performs with Luke cool and handsome Rick Malambri is high velocity precision. Chu is also a student of the classic musical. He films an homage to "Singing in the Rain" in a single take with Moose and his almost girlfriend Camile Alyson Stoner as they duet down the street. Chu also provides such visual texture and touch in the World Dance Jam itself mixing the Wushu influenced Asian street dancers along with the breakers and the poppers.Even with the corny dialogue and lame story lines, the opening sequence gets it right. Luke Malambri runs a shelter and dance studio for down and out street dancers- his parents' legacy. Luke's passion is film-making. As the movie opens we see Luke film interviews with his dancers. This wonderfully captures that dancers are never more present to life or have more joy than when they are dancing. Authentic passion transcends the written words, and is inspired. In a roundabout way "Step Up 3D" is at its best when it is in the moment in 3D, Otherwise, we are left with that Moose is too stupid, albeit a brilliant engineering student, to see that Camile is in love with him, and that he really loves her. Mysterious Natalie may not be who she appears, and that she and Luke are falling for each other. And does anyone really take a train to Los Angeles from New York? We kind of know the answers to these questions. So what there is to do is enjoy the dancing.
Wow - I read Movieguys review and felt compelled to write my own.I agree, the acting is pretty average and the story line is pretty predictable, but this has to be one of the most entertaining movies of the year.If you prefer to watch something from Jim Jarmusch, then yeah I would suggest that this isn't the movie for you, but if you are looking for entertainment, then you will love this.Why? The dancing is better than Step Up 2. I was honestly surprised by some of the moves, which is a hard thing to do these days with the raft of different dance movies that have been released.Music - not <more>
just RNB but lots of pop and even a sneaky singing in the rain remix which will please all ages.Funny - some parts of the movie are genuinely funny. Some might say this is an accident but you have to give Jon Chu more credit than that. He plays it well.If you are in the mood for a fun movie where you can check your brain at the door and just smile your way through then go and check this out. Oh... and I guarantee you will be working on your "robot" after you see this.The Step Up franchise is still the original and the best of the dance genre.
Take the biggest step of all in 3D (by moviewizguy)
New York's intense street dancing underground comes alive in eye-popping Digital 3D in the third installment of the "Step Up" franchise as the raw, passion-fueled culture goes global. A tight-knit group of street dancers, including Luke and Natalie, team up with NYU freshman Moose, and find themselves pitted against the world's best breakdancers in a high-stakes showdown that will change their lives forever. Touchstone Pictures Let's face it: By now, nobody goes to a STEP UP movie expecting plot and character development. If you do, I will personally go up to your front <more>
door and slap you in the face. The plot is so predictable that the only way you don't know what's coming is that this is the first film you've ever seen. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. The sequels in this franchise never take itself too seriously. In fact, you can tell in this film that the clichéd plot was just an excuse to showcase some of the best dance sequences you will ever see in your life. The filmmakers know it's all BS. The audience knows it's all BS. You just go along with the ride.The first film featured a highly idiotic soap opera that really didn't work for me. The sequel, however, was considerably more energetic and fun in almost every way. Jon Chu returns to the director's chair since STEP UP 2 and steps everything up see what I did there? on a whole new level. It has two things going for it: The crazy dance moves and 3D. And because of that, the film is totally worth watching in theaters. It's a visual feast and the songs are foot-popping fun!Hey, you laugh now, thinking, "Does a movie like this really need to be in 3D?" Let's be honest here: Does ANY movie have to be in 3D? No, but studios make them in 3D anyway. STEP UP 3D utilizes the 3D technology in the best possible way since AVATAR. You read it right. The 3D was AH-MAZE-ING. From the opening studio logos to the end credits, your jaw will remain dropped. THIS is how you make a 3D movie. THIS is what 3D was made for. I can't believe it took a STEP UP movie to show studios out there how 3D should be utilize because this is why 3D was made in the first place. The true potential of this technology is used in the dance sequences. Wow oh wow. No mere words can describe the awesomeness of it all. More on that later. The technology is used in a gimmicky fun sense and to project a depth in many scenes. The 3D is so good that I already spent one huge paragraph writing about it.The dance sequences are also insanely unreal. There comes a point where characters even defy gravity! How awesome is that?! And although new hip-hop moves are the main focus in the film, there are many other styles of dance that will appeal to every demographic, including a wonderful tango scene and a "Singin' in the Rain"-esquire tribute, paying homage to the classic musicals in the past in all one shot, nonetheless.The castmembers are efficient enough, although nothing to scream about. Rick Malambri and Sharni Vinson are sweet and believable in their roles. However, Adam G. Sevani and Alyson Stoner take the cake. Sevani returns from the second film and he's just a likable actor. It's hard to hate him. Stoner returns from the first film, in which she was a little kid! Sevani and Stoner have chemistry and their scenes in the film are just really sweet. However, my favorite characters in the film are the twins, Martín and Facundo Lombard. You'll see why once you see the film. There are also some surprise cameos here that I dare won't spoil because it would ruin the fun.So overall, it all boils down to this: Are you the person who's willing to shell out $10+ to see this film in 3D just for the dance moves? If not, don't see the film. If you're a person who wants to see a plot and some great character development, don't see the film. However, if you just want to have a good time at the movies, STEP UP 3D delivers in every way. It's a highly energetic film that is so persistent in trying to "wow" the audience with fantastic dance moves. On top of that, it's one of the very few films out there that utilizes the 3D technology so well that it should be seen in 3D. STEP UP 3D is a cinematic experience.