August 4

Step Up 3D

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Poster for the movie "Step Up 3D"

Step Up 3D (2010)

PG-13 107 min - Drama, Romance - 4 August 2010

A tight-knit group of New York City street dancers, including Luke and Natalie, team up with NYU freshman Moose, and find themselves pitted against the world's best hip hop dancers in a high-stakes showdown that will change their lives forever.

Director:  Jon M. Chu
Writers:  Amy Andelson, Emily Meyer
Stars:  Rick Malambri, Adam G. Sevani, Joe Slaughter, Sharni Vinson, Alyson Stoner, Keith Stallworth, Kendra Andrews, Stephen Boss, Martín Lombard, Facundo Lombard, Oren Michaeli, Daniel 'Cloud' Campos, Aja George, Straphanio 'Shonnie' Solomon, Terence Dickson, Chadd Smith, Britney 'B' Thomas, Terrance Harrison, Jonathan 'Legacy' Perez, Jaime Burgos III, Ivan 'Flipz' Velez, Ashlee Nino, Tamara Levinson, Ricardo 'Boogie Frantick' Rodriguez Jr., Mari Koda, Christopher Scott, Luis Rosado, LaJon Dantzler, Janelle Cambridge, Anjelo 'Lil Demon' Baligad, Jalen Testerman, Jose 'Boy Boi' Tena, Simrin C. Player, Joshua Allen, Jeffrey 'Machine' McCann, Casper Smart, Joshua Lee Ayers, Philip Albuquerque, Richard Steelo Vasquez, John 'J-Rock' Nelson, Aaron 'Deuce' Cooke, Moises Rivas, Zahra 'Jeskilz' Hamani, Ivan Koumaev, Sharya Howell, Carly Lang, Nick Wilson, Nick DeMoura, Bailey Hanks, Robin Lord Taylor, Alex Zelenty, Jimmy Smagula, Christopher Place, Mark Blum, Alex Charak, Carolina Ravassa, Ally Maki, Jamal Sims, Kevin Chew, Ken Marks, Mark Tallman, Jennifer Van Dyck, Kylie Goldstein, David Brown, Rhapsody James, Dylan Hartigan, Sal Mistretta, Sonnie Brown, Akira Takayama, Grandmaster Caz, Hi-Hat, Raymond Del Barrio, Marley Marl, Dan Ziskie, Ryan Daniel Beck, Sawandi Wilson, Noel Rodriguez, Marie 'Pandora' Medina, Tyrell Washington, Anthony Carr, Adrian Wiltshire, Dave Scott, Cedric Gardner, Josue Anthony, Richie Soto, Cheryl Alessio, George Alexander, Shawn Breathwaite, Leon C. Carswell, Bryan Dechart, Monique Dupree, Jason Etter, Ruby Feliciano, Moe Hindi, Jeremy Hudson, Morris Isby, Joseph Charles Kaye, Kristen Kress Parness, Chris Kulanusorstit, Zachary McElderry, Shauna Mitchell, Owen J. Murphy, Kathy Najimy, Stefanie Paige, Danielle Polanco, Alicia Quiñones, Tony Styles, Ashley Sugarman, Michael Trobiano, Uzimann, Sean Van der Wilt, Penelope Vazquez, Harry Shum Jr.

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Storyline

A tight-knit group of New York City street dancers, including Luke and Natalie, team up with NYU freshman Moose, and find themselves pitted against the world's best hip hop dancers in a high-stakes showdown that will change their lives forever.


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Genres: Drama, Romance

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Country:   United States of America
Language:  English
Release Date:  4 August 2010

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Company Credits

Production Companies:  Summit Entertainment, Touchstone Pictures

Technical Specs

Runtime:  1 h 47 min

by Ginger

First it was Saturday Night Fever. The 1980s saw Flash Dance, Footloose, Dirty Dancing, and the Urban Cowboy. Can anybody else think of any more dance movies right now? Well, it’s 2010 and now we have Step Up…in 3D. In the age of the Internet, now everyone can get in one the action and upload videos of their own version via Facebook and other social networking channels.

This kid gone bad movie tells the story of a teen who vandalizes a dance studio. He is sentenced to 200 hours of community service at the school. During this time, he sees a dance practice session. He sees a young dancer whose partner sprains his ankle. She is looking for a partner, and guess who fits the bill? Nora and Tyler grow romantically closer as they practice together. See, I told you it sounds familiar. Does romance win in the end of this one? Watch the movie and see…no spoilers here please.

The dancing is racey and sexy at times due to the type of moves, no nudity though. Much is hop-hop, but there is a sexy element to it in some places. I think that Dirty Dancing was far worse. The dance competition sequences are excellent and spectacular. Teens would love it. It has current hip-hop stars and dance moves. It is aimed at a teen demographic. However, it is not terrible for tweens. It is based on a real event in New York City. If you are into dance, this is the place.


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