Review: ‘Step Up 3D’ is strictly for dance and music enthusiasts

Spicezee Bureau

Jon Chu’s ‘Step Up 3D’ is a treat for music and dance fans. Starring Rick Malambri, Sharni Vinson, Adam G Sevani and Alyson Stoner, ‘Step Up 3D’ takes dance to a remarkable new level.

In terms of storyline, ‘Step Up 3D’ has nothing much to offer except some adrenaline rushing and gravity defying 3D dance moves. The film portrays the love affair of two set of best friends and great dancers Moose (Sevani) and Camille (Stoner) and Luke (Malambri) and Natalie (Vinson).

Enrolled at the New York University, Moose and Camille are students of electrical engineering but destiny has other plans for the love struck couple as they soon get sucked into street dancing.

In a short span of time, Moose perfects the skill of street dancing while Luke has a nightclub and a bunch of footloose chums, who are sold out to dance. Preparing for the biggest dance competition – World Jam and whopping prize money of USD 1, 00,000, Luke and his gang is all set to lock horns with arch rival and dancer Julien (Joe Slaughter). In order to win the competition, Luke must defeat Julien’s evil plans and be the victor of World Jam contest.

‘Step Up 3D’ is clearly aimed at teens, who will surely lap up the dance fever. The 3D cinematography is mind-blowing and enthralling. ‘Step Up 3D’ offers an amazing background score and catchy dance sequences that take your breath away. Do check out Astaire-Ginger’s ‘I Won’t Dance’ and T Pain’s ‘Take You Shirt Off’.

‘Step Up 3D’ celebrates the spirit of dance and music. A complete entertainer, don’t miss this one if you are a dance enthusiast.

Rating: Three cheers for this one!

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