StreetDance 3D

Film, Drama
3 out of 5 stars
5 out of 5 stars
(30user reviews)
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Time Out says

3 out of 5 stars
The UK tosses its hat into the 3D ring with this sweet-natured, London-set dance movie that, if nothing else, proves that gainful employment is in the realms of the possible for the fly-by-night famesters of ‘Britain’s Got Talent’. Bear-hugging convention with all its might, the film tells of Carly (Nichola Burley) and her attempts to whip her dancing crew in shape for a tournament. She does this by co-opting the help and resources of a compassionate ballet instructor (Charlotte Rampling – looking like she’s having fun) who requests that they work on creating a dance routine that fuses the traditional with the modern. That the climactic dance resembles something from the dark recesses of Lloyd-Webber’s dream archive is by the by: the movie has vim and spark in abundance and the filmmakers are canny enough to let the cast play to their strengths by keeping dialogue to a minimum and shoe horning in as many brilliantly choreographed dance sequences as the material will allow.

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Release details

Rated:
PG
Release date:
Friday May 21 2010
Duration:
98 mins

Cast and crew

Director:
Dania Pasquini, Max Giwa
Screenwriter:
Jane English
Cast:
Charlotte Rampling
Eleanor Bron
Rachel McDowall

Users say (30)

5 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4.6 / 5

Rating Breakdown

  • 5 star:22
  • 4 star:5
  • 3 star:3
  • 2 star:0
  • 1 star:0
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diversity nd flawless dancing was wicked u can tell they were dancers not actors (horrorific acting) i would watch for dancing only they can't compete with step up


Me and my 6 year old sister went to watch it and we fought it was well good !!!-even my sister loved it and at the end when we were walking out she was (trying)street dancing to the music from the credits like off the film xx


I LOVED this film. I've been looking forward to seeing it and I wasn't disappointed.Brilliant story line with fantastic street moves. We were all glued. Even my 7 year old. It makes you just want to dance! Even if you can't. I haven't got a clue but i just pull the blinds down.


I LOVED this film. I've been looking forward to seeing it and I wasn't disappointed.Brilliant story line with fantastic street moves. We were all glued. Even my 7 year old. It makes you just want to dance! Even if you can't. I haven't got a clue but i just pull the blinds down.


Being middleaged I watched this movie with an open mind and came out pleasantly surprised. Not only were the characters well played but I got a feel for them too - The soundtrack fit beautifully round the intense dance sequences. StreetDance is here to stay and anyone who hasn't took any notice of it should try this awesome movie. I has a feelgood factor few movies posess. The combination of Ballet World and 21st Century Dance was wonderfully combined. TOTAL CLASS


Being middleaged I watched this movie with an open mind and came out pleasantly surprised. Not only were the characters well played but I got a feel for them too - The soundtrack fit beautifully round the intense dance sequences. StreetDance is here to stay and anyone who hasn't took any notice of it should try this awesome movie. I has a feelgood factor few movies posess. The combination of Ballet World and 21st Century Dance was wonderfully combined. TOTAL CLASS


If you hate dancing &/or feelgood fluff &/or, of course 3D, farewell. Nothing for you here. First the bad, the acting is fairly dire, "innit." So what. kids wont notice due to the non-stop, well staged dancing. The 3D's impressive too, I'd say the best for a 'live action' film i've seen. it last for just the right length (90min) and all adults I went with (3) liked it. More importantly, the 2 kids LOVED it. If you are looking for a Birthday party film, look no further. 5* for under 15, a respectable 3* for adults. (summery for adults, enjoyable if not particularly good, summery for kids - WELL GOOD!)