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Blu-Ray Review: ‘Step Up 3’ Delivers Exactly What it Promises

Step Up 3 Blu-Ray

CHICAGO – “Step Up 3” is not a film so much as a slickly photographed collage of superbly performed dance sequences. Its structure harkens back to the golden age of screen musicals where the plot merely functioned as an intermission between numbers. There’s no need to visit the previous “Step Up” installments before stepping into this one, since their plots are more or less identical.

HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: 5 Blu-Ray, DVD Combo Packs to ‘Step Up 3’

Step Up 3

CHICAGO – In our latest Blu-ray and DVD combo pack edition of the HollywoodChicago.com Hookup, we have 5 Blu-ray and DVD combo packs up for grabs to Disney’s “Step Up 3”!

Slideshow: 21-Image Gallery For ‘Step Up 3D’ Starring Sharni Vinson

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(L-R) Rick Malambri, Sharni Vinson Ph: K.C. Bailey

CHICAGO – This 21-image slideshow contains a selection of the official press images for the highly anticipated Step Up 3D, starring Adam G. Sevani, Alyson Stoner, Rick Malambri, Sharni Vinson, Stephen “tWitch” Boss, Keith Stallworth, Kendra Andrews, Martin Lombard, Facundo Lombard, and Oren “Flearock” Michaeli. The film was written by Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer and directed by Jon M. Chu. It will be released on August 6th, 2010.

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