Young Cuban Rafael just buried his mother, and comes to Houston to meet his father John for the first time. The difficult part is that John doesn't know he is Rafael's father. John runs a ... See full summary »
A tight-knit group of New York City street dancers, including Luke (Malambri) and Natalie (Vinson), team up with NYU freshman Moose (Sevani), and find themselves pitted against the world's best hip hop dancers in a high-stakes showdown that will change their lives forever. Written by
Walt Disney Pictures
First film in the series to not feature either the Maryland School of the Arts, or the city of Baltimore. See more »
During the Game Night scene at NYU, Moose and Camille win a round by using the clue about their 5th grade teacher. Camille also says to her friends that they have known each other "for forever". But later in the movie, when Moose and Camille are making up, Moose hears the song from the ice cream truck and says it is the song they met to freshman year at MSA. See more »
People dance because dance can change things. One move, can bring people together. One move, can make you believe like there's something more. One move, can set a whole generation free.
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At the beginning of the end credits there's a scene in which Jay Franco (aka J-Smooth) sits on a chair and performs an impressive catalog of finger tutting moves See more »
Written by Nathan Holmes, Aaron Fabian Ngawhika and Demetrius Savelio (as Demetrius Christian Savelio)
Performed by Demetrius Savelio (as Savage) featuring Soulja Boy (as Soulja Boy Tell 'Em)
Courtesy of Universal Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
Soulja Boy Tell 'Em appears courtesy of Interscope Records See more »
Dancing movies are hilarious. Stop taking them seriously. People watch bad horror movies all the time and laugh their asses off, yet they don't seem to understand that they can, and should, do the same thing with dance. Step Up 2 the Streets is absolutely hilarious. Step Up 3D just takes the dancing and bland story of Step Up 2, mixes it with the plot of Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo and sprinkles a bit of 3D acid into the mix. Entire theatres should be breaking out into uproarious laughter, both during and in between the dance scenes.
This is a comedic gold mine.
If you want to watch it for good dancing, then you get that too, as a bonus. All of these 1/10 reviewers need to grow a sense of humour. This movie is only boring for a few minutes. The rest is just epic.
9.5/10 rounded up to a 10.
Learn to have fun. You'll live longer.
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