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Rated PG-13 · 94 minutes · 2008

Produced by MTV Films, this step-dancing drama is mired in cliche, but with its dingy ghetto settings and hardened, despondent young characters, it's marginally more interesting than Stomp the Yard, the 2007 movie that inaugurated its subgenre. Rutina Wesley stars as a determined high school student whose parents have spent her private-school tuition money trying without success to save her sister from drug addiction; desperate to escape from a hellish public school, she talks her way onto a step-dancing team that's competing for a $50,000 prize. Ian Iqbal Rashid directed (91 min, 2007).
Director: Ian Iqbal Rashid
Writer: Annemarie Morais
Producer: Brent Barclay, Jennifer Kawaja and Julia Sereny
Cast: Tre Armstrong, Boyd Banks, Clé Bennett, Ardon Bess, Conrad Coates, Keyshia Cole, Eve Crawford, DeRay Davis, Shawn Fernandez and Nina Dobrev


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