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Fancy Dance Moves in 3-D
Release Date: August 06, 2010
Genre: Musical Drama
Audience: Teenagers and adults
Runtime: 98 minutes
Distributor: Touchstone Pictures/Walt Disney Company
Director: Jon Chu
Executive Producer: Amy Herman
Address Comments To:Robert Iger, President/CEO, The Walt Disney Company
(Walt Disney Pictures, Touchstone Pictures, Hollywood Pictures, Miramax Films, and Buena Vista Distribution)
Rich Ross, Chairman, Walt Disney Studios
500 South Buena Vista Street
Burbank, CA 91521
Phone: (818) 560-1000
In the story, a young man named Moose has sworn off his dancing skills for an engineering degree at NYU. He soon gets into the street-dancing scene in the city. While training with a dance troop, Moose rediscovers his passion for dancing. The troop’s leader, Luke, finds dancers from broken families and lets them live with him.
The troop needs to win an important dance competition in order to keep the house from being foreclosed. One of the newer female members, however, has been stealing routines to give to her brother, who is actually Luke's rival, former best friend and leader of their main competition. Meanwhile, Moose struggles with keeping up his grades as he gets involved in dance training and the troop’s competition.
STEP UP 3-D has enough villains and drama to keep viewers interested in the plot. There is also plenty of romance, dancing and plot twists to keep the story moving. The 3D effects are done very well. The movie is also morally uplifting – honesty prevails and is ultimately rewarded.
There is some brief foul language, however, so caution is advised.
STEP UP 3-D has enough villains and drama to keep viewers interested in the plot. There is also plenty of romance, dancing and plot twists to keep the story moving. The 3-D effects are done very well. The movie is morally uplifting. Honesty prevails and is ultimately rewarded. There is some brief foul language, however, so caution for pre-teenage children is advised.