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Stomp the Yard

Rated PG-13 for a scene of violence, some sexual material and language.

PG-13 In Theaters 01/12/2007 , 114min.
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78%
Viewer score based on 40 ratings
44%
Critic score based on 24 reviews

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October 25, 2008
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I am planning to design a lesson plan around this movie for high school. The students are inspired by the athleticism and teamwork of stomping. Talk about working to do your personal best regardless of supremely difficult obstacles! Great movie... will there be more?
August 12, 2008
soccerply417
sweet!!!!!
May 22, 2008
bloochick22
this movie is may fav. of all time. i loved it and if i could give it ten stars then i would so i will give it the most that i can give it 5 stars this was a really great movie and i loved it. whow it rox
May 22, 2008
kristatori
chris brown was only in the movie for the first 2 minutes
May 22, 2008
carolyn4joy
Wow! It brought back some of my own College memories of fraternity and sorority parties! Yes, the plot was somewhat predictable; however, nevertheless, it was quite entertaining. I sum up this experience as clean wholesome fun for the entire family with a message about perserverance, brotherhood and love....I plan on buying the movie and watching it with my nieces and nephews.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

The New York Times
A strange and at times strangely compelling mix of black fraternity recruitment video and inspirational tale about a hip-hop boy in a stepping world. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Given its predictable story, the only reason to see Stomp is for the rhythmic step dancing. Full Review
Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal
Stepping is everything in Stomp the Yard, and, dare I say it, a stepping stone to DJ's redemption. The movie itself is redeemed -- slightly -- by its almost touching devotion to the hoary Hollywood traditions of college movies with battling frats, as well as its earnest endorsement of education. Full Review
Justin Chang
Variety
The dancing is more dynamic than the plotting in Stomp the Yard, an energetic if formulaic underdog tale about warring black fraternities specializing in an intensely competitive style of step dancing. Full Review
Kirk Honeycutt
The Hollywood Reporter
As the central character in this musical melodrama about step dancing in black fraternities, Short displays an uncanny dramatic sensibility to go with the eye-catching athleticism of his dance moves. Full Review

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