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Bring It On Again

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3.0 out of 5 stars (73) IMDb 4.4/10

In this sassy follow-up to the hugely successful original, a new squad of cheerleaders takes on the establishment in a winner-takes-all competition filled with spunk, smarts and spirit!

Starring:
Anne Judson-Yager, Bree Turner
Runtime:
1 hour, 30 minutes

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Genres Sports, Comedy
Director Damon Santostefano
Starring Anne Judson-Yager, Bree Turner
Supporting actors Kevin Cooney, Faune Chambers Watkins, Bryce Johnson, Richard Lee Jackson, Bethany Joy Lenz, Holly Towne, Dennis Hemphill Jr., Felicia Day, Katherine Bailess, Joshua Gomez, Kelly Stables, Brian Patrick Wade, Darren Geare, Alandra T. Ortis, Oscar Orosco, Paul Collins, Chris Carmack, Derek Richardson
Studio NBC Universal
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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By J.B. on January 28, 2004
Format: DVD
Let me start off by saying that I absolutely love the original Bring It On and have seen it so many times that I can recite the entire script along with the actors. Seeing as how I enjoyed the first film so much, I expected this to be nowhere near as much fun. I was wrong.
Bring It On Again (the title alone screams "direct-to-video B-movie sequel") is delightfully campy fun. The story isn't a direct rip-off of the original, like many DTV sequels are (see: Cruel Intentions 2) and actually had a fairly strong plot. Whittier Smith, a freshman in college who was a star high school cheerleader, trys out for the Stingers squad, the 7-time collegiate national champions. She and her best friend Monica make the squad and are soon getting themselves into trouble with the snotty head cheerleader, Tina (played excellently by Bree Turner). Soon enough Whittier and Monica get fed up with Tina and her drill seargant-like ways, so they quit and decide to form their own squad to compete at nationals. They assemble a squad of actors and interpretive dancers, who have nothing better to do since their clubs have been shut down. In a matter of weeks, Whittier must shape up her team for a competition in front of the school to decide which squad has the better moves.
In addition to the main cheerleading storyline, there's also a romantic interest for Whittier. That story fell flat, in my opinion, but thankfully it doesn't occupy much of the film.
Some may say the ending is predictable, but knowing how the original Bring It On ended, I was actually not completely sure until the winner of the competition was revealed. The cheer sequences are stunning and wonderful, although not entirely plausible given the timeframe of the film. Still, it's entertaining enough.
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Format: DVD
A few years back I saw a preview for a new movie called The Squad and thought it looked pretty funny. A few months later that movie was released and renamed Bring It On. I had to see it, so I dragged my brother to it and I really liked it. It was full of energy, humor, and bright color.

Then three years later I see a preview for a direct to video sequel with none of the original cast. I laugh at it and think this is going to be terrible. Then when it's finally released (about four months after the first preview said) I gave into tempation and got it.
I have to admit I went into this thinking it was going to be crap but I found myself laughing quite a bit. It had a fairly strong plot, which wasn't a rip off of the first one like I originally thought it would be. The actors were all good, which you wouldn't expect from a straight to video sequel.
The movie had good dance routines and was full of the same enegy and humor as the original. I would recomend this movie to anyone that wants to watch a fun light movie to kill a couple of hours and have a laugh.
I can't believe I'm actually going to say this, but I'd be interested in seeing a third installment!
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I'm surprised at the reviews of this. I thought it was going to end up being really horrible. So I rented it and put up 2.75 hoping they would be wrong. I wasn't disappointed. I enjoyed this movie. I could see some similarities between this one and the first one. In the sequel, a girl name Whittier gets fed up with the squad she's in and decides to make her own, which in the end, ends up outcheering the varsity squad to go on. The ending is the best part. That's where all the good cheerleading moves are made. I do think the first one was better, but this one was watchable. I was also pleased to find a section full of DVD extras (A lot of DVD's have been skimpy in this section lately) They include a behind the scenes, a music video that contains little bubbles with facts about the movie (think pop-up video), the dos and don'ts of cheerleading with the movie's choreographer, a sing-along with the original cast of Bring It On, a trailer, and deleted/alternate scenes. I would definitely recommend renting this and possibly even purchasing it. I hope they release a third.
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My daughter is a cheerleader so we own most of the Bring It On movies. The first one is my favorite, but this is one of the better movies in the series. It actually focuses on cheer and I don't think it has any sexual references.
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Bring It On Again is one of those films that is better understood, once in the future looking back.

After the first Bring It On movie came out, this one followed and didn't stand up to some people's expectations . I think the main reason for that, was they wanted another High School themed Bring It On with the same main characters. But that wasn't the case here. Instead we had Whittier and Monica as the two leads, as they try their hand at joining the cheer squad on a college campus.

But with the over confident Tina ruling the roost, joining the team was easier said than done. Her sidekick, Marnie, complicated matters, because she was on tap to be the next lead cheerleader, once Tina graduated. However, the school Dean puts his eye on Whittier as being the girl who could carry the team forward. So he asks Tina to groom Whittier into that position.

There's a lot of rivalry between the girls, until Monica and Whittier quit the squad. It forces them into forming their own squad called the Renegades, which directly challenges Tina's squad. One thing leads to another, until a showdown occurs, where the school has to vote on who will represent them at the Nationals. After that showdown, the film ends.

Now that I gave a partial summary, I'll tell you why this film works better than most people give it credit for. For one, it doesn't try to redo the High School drama that all the other Bring It On films are based on. It goes to a college setting and dares to do something different.

Second, Tina is probably one of the best stuck up Cheer Leader villains in the whole series. She looks the part, and she handles the role and dialogue brilliantly. Marnie, her over- reactive sidekick, also does a good job.
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