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Clearly, this movie is meant to be dance over story. As such, leave your brains at the door and enjoy the pretty people dancing.
Deeply unoriginal yet utterly entrancing.
The movie has vim and spark in abundance and the filmmakers are canny enough to let the cast play to their strengths.
3D fatigue may mean the dancing doesn't look quite as striking as it did first time around, but if you're going to this film for its impressive moves you won't be disappointed.
Hip-hop drama has fun moves, some mature scenes.
Najveći mamac za publiku su 3D tehnologija i nastupi plesačkih zvijezda britanskih reality showova - Flawless i Diversity
full review at Movies for the Masses
Sensational dancing, funky music and romance all play their part in this upbeat, crowd pleasing film about passion and dreams. A cut above the usual dance movie, there's a twist to this story
The story is predictable and the acting is not always natural, but StreetDance 3-D is enjoyable to watch, thanks to the impressive dance sequences...and there are plenty of them.
It's just what you'd expect from this kind of film. And, if you're impressionable like me, you'll walk out of the cinema with a spring in your step and groove to your gait.
Foot tapping fun that makes the most of the third dimension.
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.
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.
Let's face it. This is a dance movie and that is what you should get ready for. Why did I watch this then? For starters, I gotta say that my dancing skills can be compared to a fallen, rotten tree trapped in cement. I can't dance. Period. I went to see this movie with low expectations and when the end credits started to roll, I realized that I had seen an energetic movie full of excellently choreographed dances.
'Streetdance' is nothing but a movie about dancing, especially streetdance. Old-fashioned ballet is the other genre but in this movie, ballet is shown as a gloomy, serious genre whilst streetdance is energetic, unorthodox and angry.
This movie lasts for approx 100 minutes so without a basic plot this would be nothing. There's an ordinary, predictable love story but it feels as if it's only forced to the movie. There's basically nothing dramatic about the movie. Gladly, there are some occasional humorous scenes that will put smiles on the faces.
The acting is mediocre at best but if I've understod correctly, the lead performers are mostly members of two dance crew's called Flawless and Diversity. Charlotte Rampling was the only actress that I knew by name and face. How did she get in to the movie, I do not know.
'Streetdance' is for those who love dancing, especially modern dance seen on clubs and on the streets. I'll admit that I enjoyed the movie because of its spectacular dance scenes. And saw it as a 3D version and gotta say that it looked amazing. The detail, the depth and especially the brightness of the picture were probably the best I've seen in 3D. Enjoy and let the rhythm flow!
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