Step Up 3 details
|Formats:||12 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Keith 'Remedy' Stallworth, Joe Slaughter, Christopher Scott, Kendra Andrews, Adam G. Sevani, Cheryl Alessio, Harry Shum Jr., Stephen 'Twitch' Boss, Sharni Vinson, Rick Malambri|
|Directors:||Ken Seng, Jon M. Chu|
|Genres:||Drama, Music/Musical, Romance|
|Collections:||2012's Top Films, Dance Collection, Happy New Year!, Just Arrived, LOVEFiLM Instant, Showtime!, Teen Idols, The Teen Scene|
Step Up 3
|Run time:||1 hour 43 minutes|
|Rental release:||29 Nov 2010|
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ALOT better than Step Up The Streets!By a customer from Beddington , 06 Aug 2010
[Highly rated reviewer]This installment of Step Up was better than Step Up The Streets but despite the brilliant soundtrack and excellent choreography, I prefer the first Step Up as Channing and Jenna were smoking hot on screen (their chemistry was real as they are now married). The chemistry was missing between the two main actors from Step Up 3D. While the guy was yummy looking he lacked the X Factor and wasn't much of a dancer at all.The main actress was very plain looking and not what I would classify as leading lady material. The choreography was polished and in a couple of scenes very innovative stuff. If anyone stoled the show it would definitely be the quirky Adam G.Sevani who plays Moose.Sharp moves with a very unique style which I liked. A must watch for anyone who likes dance flicks!
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It's alright but....By a customer , 14 Aug 2013Dancing was brill, acting not so brill. But if you like dancing and hot moves its worth a watch. Sort of.
Not the best not the worstBy gianino (648 reviews) from London , 23 Mar 2013This is definitely worst than Step up and Step up 4 but much better than Step up 2. Besides Luke is cute and Moose is great fun to watch and a wicked dancer. Some of the dance scenes were awesome but as I said not as good as the first one and the last one. The plot stinks a bit though.
High energy dance moves. Brilliant.By Psychotherapist (9 reviews) , 27 Feb 2013I love high energy dancing myself so this was brilliant. A good range of dance moves with some unexpected surprises. Decent story line and funny too. The younger generation or high energy dancers out there may appreciate this movie more.
lol I couldn't stand watching thisBy a customer , 26 Feb 2013Lots of bad music (i. e. the kind of music teenagers like) and silly dancing (the kind of dancing teenagers do) ... lol, for popular kids and wannabes only
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My advice, fast forward all but the dance scenesBy a customer , 23 Feb 2013
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHideSharp dancing, but no plot to speak of. What there was boiled down to two rich white guys using dance to play out a particularly badly framed feud. Neither seem to have any regard for the effect of their actions on their crews. This film follows the standard formula for such films, but brings nothing new to it. In particular, nobody but the 5 white people at the centre of the story get their own subplot or much of a back story, which feels particularly weird when the backdrop is streetdance, which started out with black kids and currently includes pretty much every race. So in the part of the story arc where everything goes wrong, it's not at all clear how any of the Pirates crew make ends meet, where they live, or anything. Oh, until whiteguy 1 persuades whiteguy 2 to get the crew together again (I'm assuming that's not much of a spoiler, by the way, but I'll tick the box).