StreetDance 3D (2013)
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Critic Reviews for StreetDance 3D
Clearly, this movie is meant to be dance over story. As such, leave your brains at the door and enjoy the pretty people dancing.
Streetdance (which, as the title subtly suggests, is shot in 3D) is being hyped as the first British dance movie. In other words, it's going where a gazillion American movies have gone before.
I accept that I am about 100 years too old to get this film , but surely its intended audience would appreciate more rounded performances from the cast.
StreetDance 3D comes alive in the showcase showdowns: all stomp and backflips, so fun and infectious even the most sceptical might find themselves considering classes.
Audience Reviews for StreetDance 3D
A fairly decent street dance film, although the formula is overly used in cinema. Surprised to see one section was filmed at my local shopping mall! Might have been better in 3D.
A great dance film and even though the first part of the film was awful because of the acting it all came together at the end.
Ok, this is not an original idea for a storyline, in fact it?s been done before in the 80?s film ?Breakdance? and in the 90?s?? Film ?Save the last dance?, but two differences here. Firstly it?s in 3D which definitely adds a little visual impact to the dance moves and allows you to see dancing on screen, in a way never before, secondly it is a British film, funded by The National Lottery and gives a different angle to in comparison to the usual American made dance films. For fans of the Dance Groups that have appeared on Britain?s Got Talent, Diversity, Flawless and George Sampson this will appeal to you although they are not the main focus of the film. Nicola Burley was a good surprise, she danced well and was a good character throughout. Predictable but enjoyable. But it?s definitely one to be seen in 3D.
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