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Plot: In order to win the Street Dance Championships, a dance crew is forced to work with ballet dancers from the Royal Dance School in exchange for rehearsal space.
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A Nutshell Review: StreetDance 3D
For a minute this looks like another American film that just can’t wait to jump onto the 3D bandwagon, and taking along the teenage dance film fan demographic with them. But surprise, it’s a British film, and the Brits can street dance just as well, going heads up with yet another upcoming American dance film continuing the Step Up franchise, also presented in 3D.
So is this new three dimensional format any good for this genre? There are a few moments and scenes here specifically crafted with 3D in mind, such as the tossing of items toward the screen, from hats to a busy food fight in a school canteen. There’s also some jarringly added bullet-time choreography during one of the street dance battles in a club, but the real treat here is for that depth of field when we sit around and admire the precision-timed and energetic dance choreography from procedural balletic moves to raw, improvisational street dancing.
But this film does go the distance to explain and show the basics 101 of street dance, since it has characters from different camps put together to try and influence one another, and from their initial adversity come craft something unique from its diversity. All these thanks to Charlotte Rampling’s Helena, a ballet teacher looking to infuse some spunk, energy and drive into her lethargic ballet students who are looking to impress some judges for entry into the prestigious Royal Academy of Dance.
At the opposite corner, we have a crew looking forward to their participation in the UL Street Dance Competition finals, only for their leader Jay (Ukwell Roach) handover the reins to his girlfriend Carly (Nichola Burley) who has to step up to the plate and assert her own leadership style in the crew’s final lap to glory. To make matters worse, she has a lack of EQ with her teammates save for a few core supporters, and has to gather logistics from scratch, hence a marriage of strange bedfellows when she takes up Helena’s offer.
Simply put, the story’s very typical of dance films, with the usual themes of clashing of cultures, and to learn from each other’s differences. Much like a Zero to Hero story with the usual cliché trappings involving romance, betrayal and friendship, with that dash of comedy, eye candy cast and of course, authentic street dancing moves unseen (at least to me) put on the big screen, made to come alive through 3D technology properly done. You’ll come to expect that usual big bang finale where the fruits of the characters labour become the money making showpiece that the teenage crowd will line up for, and probably emulate, and it’s not hard to see how this cannot go down that path of glory.
It’s something that street dance enthusiasts, and they’re growing by the numbers everyday, will embrace and flock to the cinemas for, and hey, the fusion of ballet and street dancing elements does pose an intriguing proposition. But after all, it’s not about the techniques and styles used, but that of the human spirit of expression and perseverance, practice and camaraderie that ultimately soars above all. Recommended!
I saw the trailer for this when it was first released and the first thing I thought was “this looks terrible”. How many dance movies can they make? They all seem the same to me…and I was right. This is nothing different.
The movie is about a street dance troupe that are trying to make it into the finals of a dance competition, but their leader has left and they have nowhere to rehearse… until they get told they can rehearse in a ballet class as long as they teach their ballerinas to street dance too.
The story was nothing new… OK so this time you have ballet dancers trying to street dance, but that was nothing great. The ballet dancers just acted very stuck up and the street dancers just had bad attitudes. None of the characters were very likable. Don’t get me wrong, I didn’t dislike them, but I wasn’t really rooting for anyone.
The movie stars Nichola Burley, Richard Winsor & Charlotte Rampling. The chemistry between the cast was pretty convincing. I suppose the main reason most people went to see this was because when this came out street dance was a big thing thanks to Britain’s Got Talent. This film features some of the dancers from BGT. George Sampson was in it for a while, but I was disappointed in his main dance in the movie. I thought his audition on BGT was better. The champion dancers in the film were another street crew from BGT named Flawless. Flawless were very good on BGT and in this. Their dancing was very good and entertaining. But the main draw for me was knowing that Diversity were going to be in it. For me, Diversity were the best dancers that BGT have seen. They are still very big now and are still touring to massive crowds. They were in the movie very briefly, but their performance was the best.
The movie was not the worst dance movie I have seen, but it was not good either. The most annoying this was the ending. The movie did not end. It explained nothing! The final dance routine was not that entertaining either. I thought the final dance would have been a lot better than it was. I can’t dance, so I am not slagging off their talents, i just think the choreography could have been better.
I will give this film 4 out of 10.
“Have you ever been to a ballet?”
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 38 min (98 min), 1 hr 38 min (98 min) (UK)
Genre Drama, Music, Romance
Director Max Giwa, Dania Pasquini
Writer Jane English
Actors Nichola Burley, Richard Winsor, Ukweli Roach, Frank Harper
Awards 1 nomination.
Production Company Vertigo, BBC Films
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Red One MX, Zeiss Master Prime Lenses, Silicon Imaging SI-2K
Film Length 2,700 m (Portugal, 35 mm)
Negative Format CineForm RAW, Redcode RAW
Cinematographic Process CineForm RAW (2K) (dual-strip 3-D) (source format), Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Digital Stills (source format) (Bullet time shots), Redcode RAW (4K) (dual-strip 3-D) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (spherical), D-Cinema (also 3-D version)