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Battle Of The Year

Struggling against winning The Battle of the year Trophy, Dante Graham, creates a group of talented dancer, in order to restore the cub, that America has not been won the competition 15 years ago, the thing that leads them to do their best in doing so and although the obstacles they face, they manage to win.
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Empire Magazine
November 11, 2013 Dismal, cliché-ridden stuff.
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FILMINK (Australia)
January 28, 2015 Despite the reasonable dancing scenes and passable acting by singer Chris Brown, Battle Of The Year is a string of clichés, stock characters and unbearable melodrama.
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Cinema Crazed
December 12, 2013 I didn't think it was possible, but "Battle of the Year" is more pandering than the entire "Step Up" series combined...
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Entertainment Weekly
September 20, 2013 The actual dancing scenes are occasionally electrifying, if far too sparse, but other than that and the welcome sight of co-star Chris Brown getting clocked in the face, the film barely gets off the ground, much less sticks the landing.
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September 20, 2013 The movie's inability to showcase its greatest asset, the grace and control of its dancers, is its most conspicuous failing.
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September 20, 2013 Should satisfy the planet of b-boys and girls to whom it thoroughly preaches, while amusing anyone else who simply can't ignore the promise of an all-corn buffet.
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The Vine
February 14, 2014 Even when a dance movie is following the formula as closely as Battle of the Year does, occasionally something you won't get to see anywhere else slips through.
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September 23, 2013 its dramatization of a U.S. dream team's journey to the international showcase is leaden with predictable character types and storytelling clichés, neither of which its well-executed but oddly infrequent dance sequences are able to overcome.
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New York Magazine/Vulture
September 20, 2013 Battle of the Year clearly features lots of brilliant dancers, and I'd be lying if I said I didn't enjoy watching them move. But you wish there were more dancing here.
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Movie Mezzanine
February 06, 2014 Josh Holloway tries his hardest, God bless him, but Battle of the Year 3D can't even be enjoyed as a blissfully dumb entry in its genre.
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The Film Stage
June 23, 2016 Not only does it fail to use 3D, with its rapid edits, but the dramatic stuff is poorly edited and sound mixed as well.
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