Luke (Rick Malambri) and his gang who are staying under one roof are the street dancers. Luke is making a documentary on their dance. Moose (Adma Sevani) and Camille(Alyson Stoner) are the people who are studying in college for the first semester. The side story with the main plot is like Moos likes a shiny pair of shoes and then he decides to follow them. In his journey to follow the shoes, he becomes the best street dancer in New York. Luke comes to know about him and he asks Moose to join his group. All of them wanted to participate in a big dance show which has bigger prize $100,000. There are some hurdles in their journey like one young lady gives some bags to the group and now bank wants to mortgage the place where they are living for the payment. The gang goes through all the problems and the end is predictable.
The story is familiar as we have seen one more movie with the same basic story ‘Happy Gilmore' but we cannot compare both the movies as the previous one was much stronger as it has many funny incidents. The only good point of presentation is that the movie is in 3D otherwise there is nothing great in the movie.
Blu ray pack
The movie is released in 3 disk blu ray pack. The first CD will be for 2D display with all the special features. The second CD will be for 3D display without any special features. This CD can be viewed only in the 3D set up and the third CD is for the digital media.
The plus point of the 3D CD is that this movie has been actually shot in the 3D technology itself, rather than converting it into 3D from 2D. This definitely gives higher viewing points to the movie and all the visuals in the movie are worth watching including the skyline of the New York City.
The 3D content of the movie is up to the mark. The depth of the 3D is good and it is maintained throughout the movie. The audio quality of the blu ray pack has also given excellent result. Since the movie is based on the dance and music, audio quality was extremely important. Technically movie is good and if you want to have 3D experience then you should definitely go for it but otherwise it does not appeal.