Bring It On

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6.11 h 39 min2000X-Ray18+
Spunky members of a suburban high school cheerleading squad discover their routine was stolen from a rival school - now they've got to devise a completely new set of moves before the national championship!
Directors
Peyton Reed
Starring
Kirsten DunstEliza DushkuJesse Bradford
Genres
SportsComedyRomance
Subtitles
English [CC]
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EnglishEnglish [Audio Description]
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Supporting actors
Gabrielle UnionTsianina JoelsonNathan WestShamari FearsMelissa GeorgeClare KramerNicole BilderbackRini BellIan RobertsRichard HillmanLindsay SloaneCody McMains
Producers
Marc AbrahamCaitlin Scanlon
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UNIVERSAL PAY TELEVISION
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4.7 out of 5 stars

9114 global ratings

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  2. 8% of reviews have 4 stars
  3. 4% of reviews have 3 stars
  4. 1% of reviews have 2 stars
  5. 2% of reviews have 1 stars
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Travis IlligReviewed in the United States on June 18, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Super fun movie, still holds up
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My wife and I have loved this movie since it first came out. It's one of those movies where if you flip past it on TV we'll stop and watch the rest. We still do "spirit fingers" at each other. Yeah, it's sad. I know. ;)

I feel like it still holds up pretty well. We just introduced our daughter to it and she likes it as well. I wasn't so into the sequels, but definitely still love this one.
16 people found this helpful
Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United States on June 15, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
I drunkenly bought this movie after a wedding. BOUGHT ...
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I drunkenly bought this movie after a wedding. BOUGHT. Not rented. Woke up to it open on my laptop, watched it hungover again in the morning. It was absolutely captivating both times and holds up in 2018.
20 people found this helpful
Way10416Reviewed in the United States on August 3, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
A movie of its time.
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I love this movie. I have always loved this movie. However, I do understand that there is a lot of vernacular that is not acceptable in today's day and age. Please take everything with a grain of salt. The early 2000s was nowhere near what 2019's. It wholesome fun with a bit of offense. xoxoxo. I'll never stop loving it.
9 people found this helpful
jonathon mossReviewed in the United States on November 21, 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
Hidden messaging?
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This movie was made in the 2000s. Being about race relations in our nation, this movie really calls out the treatment of black people in a way that isn't controversial. Bring it on gives a very compelling story about two high schools, well one is cheating. The sort of stealing that happens in this cheer movie, happens all the time in the real world. Another aspect as to why I love the movie is because my whole life I have been in cheer and it really portrays black cheerleaders in a beaming light, a sport that has been dominated by white people. Black cheerleaders are allowed to prosper.
4 people found this helpful
DeadManWalkingReviewed in the United States on July 24, 2017
4.0 out of 5 stars
Fun comedy
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Another non-horror movie I really enjoy. While this film is quite silly, it is fun to watch. It's another one of those make you feel good movies that there seem to be a million of. However, a lot of those aren't this fun. There is some great high flying cheerleading/dancing action going on, with music that keeps you energized. This film has some bad language, some adult suggestive behaviour/language, no nudity and no gore. The acting is decent in this, for the way it is supposed to be..and of course, it has the always beautiful Eliza Dushku. Recommended for a time when you just want a movie to entertain and not think about.
8 people found this helpful
T.NAKAJIMAReviewed in the United States on January 12, 2002
5.0 out of 5 stars
It's Sexy, It's Cute, And It's Funny to Boot.
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Some say it's predictable; some say it's just another teen movie. But it's hardly possible to dislike "Bring It On," because it succeeds in creating fun in most down-to-earth fashion. To say it's bad is like kicking a puppy clinging to your feet.
To me, the best thing in "Bring It on" is that it pays due respect to cheerleading, sometimes hugely misunderstood among the people (see "Replacement," for example"). I am teaching at women's college in Japan, and I have actually witnessed what they can do once. It was sensational. They took my breath away. "Bring It On" will increase the number of cheerleaders in high school, and it's no wonder. On top of that, I am willing to welcome Kirsten Dunst in teen movie, whose previous work was "Virgin Suicides." I don't say I hate the movie; still, I'd rather give another $ 10 to watch "Bring It On" than to see her dead. The real find here is, however, Eliza Dushku, who easily steals every scene she's in with her natural charm. Look how she smiles!
The most important key to the success of the film may be, after all, the characters are all taking their life seriously as the exciting national competition of the final scene shows. We find there that we, young and old, could relate to them. After all it's good to see people enjoying themselves, and doing what they can do earnestly. Love cheerleading. Love life.
[FROM HERE BELOW, MY COMMENTARY REFERS ONLY TO VHS SPECIAL EDITION ISSUED IN 2001]
As Amazon's technical information is slightly erroreous, I add some correction below. The tape contains two "deleted scenes"; one of them is a kitchen scene, in which Torrence (Dunst) confesses she has a boyfriend. The other is the scene where Torrance's parents talk about her future education in college by the side of swimming pool. The "extended scene" is the locker room scene, originally done in one shot, like De Palma or Scorsese often does. The director wisely decided to use only the half of it, and for the rest of the scene he substituted frontal shots of Torrance and her friends respectively. (It may be interesting to compare two takes for fans because total effect is different.) So, "Locker Room Scene" IS this "Extended Scene"; they are the same thing. Nothing serious, though, when the feature film is so funny.
9 people found this helpful
AReviewed in the United States on December 26, 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
Essential 00s girl movie
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Rent this movie, Stick It, and Legally Blonde and you got yourself the most lit slumber party of the millennium. It probably has low critical reviews because of the Patriarchy, but it rules to watch, and is also a fun-but-sometimes-cringy time capsule if you are old enough to remember the year of our Lord 2000
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tyReviewed in the United States on August 2, 2022
5.0 out of 5 stars
THE DUDES!!!
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I only watch this wacky movie for the saucy dudes. So hot! God i would like to cut that cake. Or those cakes hahahaha. Palm palms mor ling ding dongs.
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