Britain’s very own Streetdance 3D got there first, and was a surprisingly big hit; Step Up 3D is virtually the same outbreak of mass hip-hop set pieces, now afflicting New York. The cast look like test-dummy androids, and several of them overenthusiastically dance the robot. It’s all about the moves, and I count the film’s moronic perkiness as a plus: it could be the dumbest thing all year that I have to admit enjoying.
Gone is the flimsy pretence from Step Up (2006) and Step Up 2: The Streets (2008) that we’re watching a vaguely realistic underdog story about a life-changing contest — this time the heroes hang out in a ludicrous loft-cum-training-academy, one entire wall gleaming with fresh-from-the-factory trainers.
When the Maryland School of the Arts (MSA) goes to Paris for an international dance competition, one of the dancers—MOOSE—misses his flight back to Baltimore.
But soon makes friends with an American away from home and a beautiful French sophisticate.
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.Cheryl Alessio (Arcade Player), Christopher Scott (Hair), Kylie Goldstein (Ice Cream Truck Kid), Luis Rosado (Monster), Stephen Boss (Jason), Ruby Feliciano (Mimi), George Alexander (World Jam Dancer), Kendra Andrews (Anala), Monique Dupree (Hip hop girl), Luke Broadlick (Dancer), Joe Slaughter (Julien), Jason Etter (Preppy Kid), Owen J."It's just great to have someone you can smile with all the time.See the second movie trailer and photo gallery for the 3D dance sequel ‘Step Up 3D’ starring Sharni Vinson, Rick Malambri and Adam Sevani.Watch the movie trailer and check out the photo gallery.