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StreetDance 3D (Red/Blue) (2 Discs) (Blu-ray)

Featuring: Nichola Burley, Ukweli Roach & Charlotte Rampling

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: PG

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  Street Dance 3D

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I saw this film in 3D at the cinema and loved it! Although I am very disappointed to discover this disc isn't a proper blu-ray 3D film! so it wont play 3D via my 3D blu-ray player! It is supplied with its own 3D glasses but the picture quality is awful and uncomfortable to watch!

  Good dancing shame about the 3D quality

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Given that this film is really just a vehicle for the dancers and dance crews, the story wasn't bad. The sets, the lighting, the choreography and in fact the whole production of the 2D version was big budget, easily could contend with US productions on a similar theme, and the dancers were fantastic. My main gripe about this is that it isn't proper 3D bluray, I thought it was, which is why I bought it only to be disappointed that my 3D bluray player and 3D TV couldn't clean up the image and display it properly, even with the supplied 3D glasses (old school), the 3D image is awful.

In short, if you want a good UK production about street dancers mixing with ballet students, go for, if you want a 3D film, don't bother.

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  Awesome

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My daughter Went to see this film and she come home and wouldnt stop talking about this film daughter says: I loved this film!! recommended!!

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  Britain breaks into 3D...

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I went into this film with low exceptions. Low for the plot and acting of yet another "innovative" British film and low for the 3D which with few exceptions, has yet to truly impress me.

I am pleased to report that it surpassed them on both counts. Yes it is dross, the plot is thin and the acting is a shade better than a drama school improv session but the 3D was comfortable though not as striking as you might expect. But it was solid and reliable and didn't try to be anything more than it was.

The same can be said for the film. It was what it was and it did it well. Entertaining though not always for the right reasons and clearly taking a lot from the Step Up franchise, this is well worth a watch.

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