Streetdance 3D (PG)

Reviewed,Anthony Quinn
Friday 21 May 2010 00:00

First the good news: Britain's got terpsichorean talent to spare, and Nichola Burley, Richard Winsor and their bendy-bodied crew give their all to the super-energetic moves in this tale of rival dance troupes.

The discipline and rehearsal time they must have put in are awe-inspiring. The bad news, unfortunately, is that none of them can act for toffee. Even if they could, the script is so leprous with banalities it hurts your ears. I accept that I am about 100 years too old to get this film, but surely its intended audience would appreciate more rounded performances from the cast.

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