Stomp the Yard

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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

DJ is a troubled youth from Los Angeles attending the historically black Truth University in Atlanta, Ga. When adapting to his new environment proves difficult, DJ finds solace in joining a struggling fraternity where he begins implementing his street-style dance moves in an attempt to help the step team win the coveted National Step Show Championship. Before long DJ becomes the competing fraternity's main rival, while trying to pursue his new love interest, deal with his own troubled past and learn the true meanings of brotherhood and fraternity along the way.

Cast

  • Columbus Short
  • Meagan Good
  • Ne-Yo
  • Darrin Dewitt Henson
  • Brian White
  • Laz Alonso
  • Valarie Pettiford
  • Jermaine Williams
  • Allan Louis
  • Harry Lennix

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • The scene in which Duron tags a billboard to read "The future is ours" is a reference to a scene in the 1995 French film "La Haine."
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Goofs

  • In the first scene with DJ in his room, Rich changes shirts and picks up two hats, a green Atlanta Braves hat, and a green beret. Rich leaves the room wearing his green beret; yet later at the barbecue he is seen wearing the green baseball cap.
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Quotes

    • DJ: Gamma who? One word: Bitches.
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Metacritic

50

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.

Metacritic review by Kirk Honeycutt
Kirk Honeycutt
The Hollywood Reporter
63

The results are corny beyond measure. Yet there's something sweet about them, in part because there's something sweet about hearing the line Congratulations! Why didn't you tell me you pledged? outside the realm of comedy.

Metacritic review by Michael Phillips
Michael Phillips
Chicago Tribune
63

Stomp the Yard hasn't an original bone in its fierce, sweaty body, but explosive choreography, high-energy moves and a generous helping of hot, frequently shirtless guys offer plenty of entertainment.

Metacritic review by Connie Ogle
Connie Ogle
Miami Herald