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    Stomp The Yard

    After the death of his brother, DJ moves to study at Truth University. Here he falls in love with April, the girlfriend of Hanson - a member of the dance group Wolf. Wolf team won national award for 6 consecutive years. In the film, DJ joins Python team - opponent of Wolf to help this team win Wolf.
    Duration: 109 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2007
    IMDb: 5.5
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  • Actors of "Stomp The Yard"

  • Characters of "Stomp The Yard"

    DJ. Character of Stomp The Yard
    Played by: Columbus Short
    April. Character of Stomp The Yard
    Played by: Meagan Good
    Rich Brown. Character of Stomp The Yard
    Played by: Ne-Yo
    Noel. Character of Stomp The Yard
    Duron. Character of Stomp The Yard
    Played by: Chris Brown
    Girl in Line. Character of Stomp The Yard
    Played by: Ayesha Ngaujah
  • Directors of "Stomp The Yard"

    Sylvain White. Director of Stomp The Yard
    Sylvain White
  • Creators of "Stomp The Yard"

    Robert Adetuyi. Director of Stomp The Yard
    Robert Adetuyi
    Gregory Ramon Anderson. Director of Stomp The Yard
    Gregory Ramon Anderson
  • Critic Reviews of "Stomp The Yard"

    Time Out
    March 14, 2007

    There's little here for British eyes.

    Time Out
    February 03, 2007

    Benign nonsense.

    Wall Street Journal
    January 12, 2007

    The moves can be remarkable, though ritually repetitive -- male chorus lines of adrenalized automata acting out anger, menace, pride, audacity or joy.

    AV Club
    January 12, 2007

    Hollywood has a few well-rutted stories it likes to tell over and over, and Stomp The Yard includes at least five of them.

    New York Times
    January 12, 2007

    Stomp the Yard is 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.

    Toronto Star
    January 12, 2007

    Perhaps director Sylvain White hoped that this laughably melodramatic film might find its way into the pantheon of urban dance films. But seen against such films as Rize and You Got Served, it's a step in the wrong direction.
    March 30, 2011

    It's a little bit of a musical, a little bit of a sports film, a little bit coming-of-age story. And none of it, beyond the dancing, any good.

    DVD Review
    July 11, 2007

    ... the film as a whole lacks the energy of its dance numbers.

    IGN Movies
    June 25, 2007

    At a time of year when theaters are filled with flashy, fun, but empty offerings, Stomp The Yard is a surprisingly satisfying alternative.
    May 14, 2007

    It's not a great movie, no, and maybe not even a particularly good one. But it's likable and unassuming, and the dancing is off the hook, or whatever the kids are saying these days.

    Urban Cinefile
    April 08, 2007

    There is so much yet so little on the screen: so much movement and action, but so little to cling on to. So much angst, so little context.

    March 16, 2007

    An inspirational dance movie, which, like an inspirational sports movie, runs on predictable rails.

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