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We the Party: April 6 - Mario Van Peebles directs this Breakfast Club-style drama about a group of Los Angeles multiracial teens who grapple with class, sex, bullying and finding themselves in the Obama era. Stars Mandela Van Peebles, Snoop Dogg and Salli Richardson-Whitfield.(Photo: Courtesy Movieweb)

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We the Party: April 6 - Mario Van Peebles directs this Breakfast Club-style drama about a group of Los Angeles multiracial teens who grapple with class, sex, bullying and finding themselves in the Obama era. Stars Mandela Van Peebles, Snoop Dogg and Salli Richardson-Whitfield.(Photo: Courtesy Movieweb)

You Got Served - When B2K was still on and poppin' they released the amazing dance flick You Got Served. It's a classic and if you don't know every move, then get with it.(Photo: Screen Gems)

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You Got Served - When B2K was still on and poppin' they released the amazing dance flick You Got Served. It's a classic and if you don't know every move, then get with it.(Photo: Screen Gems)

Save the Last Dance (2001) - In this film about dance and an interracial romance, Kerry Washington starred as Chenille Reynolds, a single teen mom experiencing relationship problems. The film also starred Julia Stiles and Sean Patrick Harris.(Photo: Paramount)

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Save the Last Dance (2001) - In this film about dance and an interracial romance, Kerry Washington starred as Chenille Reynolds, a single teen mom experiencing relationship problems. The film also starred Julia Stiles and Sean Patrick Harris.(Photo: Paramount)

Honey - Little known fact: The title role of Honey, a sweet hip hop choreographer on her way to the top, was intended for Aaliyah, but after her untimely passing, it went to Jessica Alba.(Photo: Universal Pictures)

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Honey - Little known fact: The title role of Honey, a sweet hip hop choreographer on her way to the top, was intended for Aaliyah, but after her untimely passing, it went to Jessica Alba.(Photo: Universal Pictures)

How She Move - There's dancing, stepping, love and heartbreak in How She Move. But seriously, the girl can move!(Photo: MTV Films)

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How She Move - There's dancing, stepping, love and heartbreak in How She Move. But seriously, the girl can move!(Photo: MTV Films)

Stomp the Yard - In this 2007 ode to the fraternity stepping culture of HBCUs, Columbus Short, Darrin Dewitt Henson, Brian White and Laz Alonso turn up the heat with spectacular choreography and gorgeous abs. Just wait until you see the scene where the shirtless boys jog up a mountain. You're welcome.  (Photo: Screen Gems)

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Stomp the Yard - In this 2007 ode to the fraternity stepping culture of HBCUs, Columbus Short, Darrin Dewitt Henson, Brian White and Laz Alonso turn up the heat with spectacular choreography and gorgeous abs. Just wait until you see the scene where the shirtless boys jog up a mountain. You're welcome. (Photo: Screen Gems)

Step Up - Boy from the streets meets girl from the suburbs and they fuse two styles of dance together to make some beautiful choreography. Besides, Channing Tatum got his start in the Step Up movie franchise, and look at him now.(Photo: Touchstone Pictures)

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Step Up - Boy from the streets meets girl from the suburbs and they fuse two styles of dance together to make some beautiful choreography. Besides, Channing Tatum got his start in the Step Up movie franchise, and look at him now.(Photo: Touchstone Pictures)

Flashdance - Flashdance was so important to dancers that J. Lo paid homage to the most famous scene in the movie in her music video "I'm Glad" a few years back and killed it.(Photo: Paramount Pictures)

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Flashdance - Flashdance was so important to dancers that J. Lo paid homage to the most famous scene in the movie in her music video "I'm Glad" a few years back and killed it.(Photo: Paramount Pictures)

Fame - Fame spawned a TV series, a reality talent show and a remake. Guess the classic line, "Fame! I'm gonna live forever," is true!(Photo: MGM)

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Fame - Fame spawned a TV series, a reality talent show and a remake. Guess the classic line, "Fame! I'm gonna live forever," is true!(Photo: MGM)

Center Stage - One of Zoe Saldana's first movies was Center Stage... need we say more?(Photo: Columbia Pictures)

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Center Stage - One of Zoe Saldana's first movies was Center Stage... need we say more?(Photo: Columbia Pictures)