(2010)

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75
It boasts a generous exuberance and, as entertainment products go, it's surprisingly sweet.
67
Step Up 3D isn't, in dramatic terms, a very good movie, but it's the first film in a while to use 3-D as more than a marketing ploy; it points toward an original way of making a musical.
63
Rhythmically, athletically and energetically, Step Up 3D does not disappoint.
63
The main reason to see Step Up 3D is for the high-energy dancing and innovative camerawork, and on those points it delivers.
63
The actors, aside from Sevani, were clearly not cast for their mad acting skills.
60
While several of the dance sequences admittedly pack a visual pop, the added dimension does the hokey scripting and some of the acting no favors by amplifying their already noticeable shortcomings.
50
Aimed at teens and tweens, the almost-squeaky-clean Step Up 3-D shamelessly piles on the corn, stacking it so high that it's bound to tilt over and collapse.
50
The third instalment of the Step Up dance-romance franchise shifts the action from Baltimore to New York, adds a D to the 3 and invades your space with bubbles, balloons and a whole lotta breakin'.
40
Step Up 3D is so lacking in any kind of edge, it might as well be "High School Musical: The Hip-Hop Edition."
38
Watching this movie in 3-D is very much like sticking one's head in a blender and hitting "pulse."
25
In Step Up 3D, what's going on is: nothing.

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