Step Up 3-D

97 min. minutes | Rated PG-13

Peer-reviewed studies (see Step Up, Step Up 2: The Streets) have shown definitively that dance battling is the number-one most effective way to resolve conflicts. Conflicts like when you accidentally scuff a rival crew’s kicks. Or when you need to prove to your uptight pops that hiphop dancing is as legit a career path as engineering. Or when you’re six months late on your payments to “the bank,” so they’re going to repossess your totally dope flophouse/dance studio that your dead parents built. Dance battle is the only way. It is super-duper absurd, and—I think—it knows it. But you know what? Step Up 3D doesn’t have to be anything more than a series of completely magnificent dance sequences. And the dancing does not disappoint. It’s virtuosic and exciting and borderline magical and I am fucking serious. So should you see Step Up 3D? If it sounds like the stupidest fucking movie you’ve ever heard of, you are correct. If it sounds like the best fucking movie you’ve ever heard of, you are also correct.

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Film Credits
Director
Jon M. Chu
Cast
Rick Malambri, Adam Sevani, Sharni Vinson, Alyson Stoner, Keith "Remedy" Stallworth, Kendra Andrews, Stephen "Twitch" Boss, Joe Slaughter, Jason Etter, Keith Stallworth