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Step Up 3D: In Digital 3D

PG-13 In Theaters 08/6/2010 , 107min.
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December 16, 2010
And the razzie for worst film of the year....STEP UP 3D!!!
August 27, 2010
swell film upbeat visual and exhilerating great big apple shots
August 22, 2010
The plot wasn't amazing, but they had amazing dancers. I loved the movie and the dancing was incredible. I want to see it again! I saw it with a couple of my friends and we all loved it. The 3D made it even better. ********* not a movie you'd go to see for the plot. I did love the cast though, and found them different than in the usual dancing movies. Plus I'm a big fan of Alison Stoner and Madd
August 18, 2010
step up 1 good step up 2 bad i have int seeing step up 3d please halp me ne won celm reviews
August 13, 2010
Bo Jun99
There's been negativity surrounding the release of the new Step Up movie in 3D, but I feel that if you're going to make a dance film, there's really no better way to do it. Dance is a 3-dimensional art! For me, it was such a great experience to be able to watch these amazing dancers up close, in a way that onl...y a camera can capture. Exhilarating!

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Washington Post
The main reason to see Step Up 3D is for the high-energy dancing and innovative camerawork, and on those points it delivers. Full Review
Amy Biancolli
San Francisco Chronicle
In Step Up 3D, what's going on is: nothing. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Rhythmically, athletically and energetically, Step Up 3D does not disappoint. Full Review
Julia Turner
Preposterous plot devices, leaden acting, and clunktastic dialogue are acceptable in a dance movie, but bad choreography is not, and it's during the dance scenes that Step Up 3D fails. Full Review
Justin Chang
This vapid street-dance soap opera boasts the series' flashiest moves and klutziest script yet, like a brilliant acrobat with a speech impediment; it's also one of the few 3D releases since "Avatar" to make compelling use of the format. Full Review

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