For the first half hour, Stomp the Yard looked like it might have an original story. And then it turned into a pretty standard teen performance movie. Not that there's anything wrong with that--that's why we were watching it in the first place. It's just that there seems to be a script template for the "he's from the streets and has to integrate his urban style into the classic [performance art] style" movie and the writers just search-and-replacement to generate the next movie. In this case the performance art is stepping, which was different (but the plot was the same) and the dancing was great.
FuzzyCo grade: B+