Far too long for a movie so unabashedly formulaic, Sylvain White's drama about a kid from L.A. who discovers the world of "stepping" at an Atlanta university uses a propulsive soundtrack and flashy dance sequences to draw attention away from wooden acting and a cliched plot. After winning the pot at an underground L.A. club where street-dancing teams compete against one another for cash, Darnell "D.J." Williams (actor-choreographer Columbus Short), his brother Duron (Chris Brown) and their crew are jumped by the losing team. When the dust settles, Duron lies dying in D.J.'s arms from a gunshot wound. Stepping into his brother's college-bound shoes, a grieving and con...