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Bring It on [DVD] [2000]

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Whether you're looking for a newly released movie, a TV box set, or even a classic film - you'll find what you need in our categories. Torrance Shipman: I'm strong and I'm loud, / I'm gonna make you proud, / I'm T-T-T-Torrance, / Your captain Torrance. There was much discussion early on when this movie was being conceived whether it would be PG 13 or R. Speaking of pulchritudinous pleasures, the next piece provides “Never-Before-Seen Home Movie of the Car Wash Scene”.

None of the scenes are really missed in the film - especially not one of the terrible alternate endings that shows some of the characters at college - but they’re worth a look. I didn't want to make a movie that was preachy about race relations- that's the last thing I want to do.When the theft comes to light, Toro captain Torrance Shipman (Kirsten Dunst) must lead her team in the struggle to devise and learn some new moves in time for the big final. Recently, we've done several changes to help out this wiki, from deleting empty pages, improving the navigation, adding a rules page, as well as merging film infoboxes. It must have been a real thrill to have been directing some of the cream of the crop from the field of 17- 20 year old up and coming stars.

People get fanatical about that stuff and one of the things that attracted me to this script in the first place was it is a really interesting subculture.That's not to say that "Bring it On" is a realist film or anything, but I wanted some grounding in the performance. As has also happened in the preceding sequels, arguments and misunderstandings amongst the squad members end up rearing their ugly heads, causing members to leave and friendships to be tested. We find 10 of these snipped clips, and the entire area lasts for 13 minutes and 35 seconds; that running time includes introductions from director Reed. Bring it On is kind of weird since it's part High School comedy and part sports movie- a weird highbred.

Bring it On is one of those movies anyone over the age of 30 is likely to remember, maybe even as young as 25. It's the national cheerleader championships and the Toro team from Rancho High are preparing to win the competition for the sixth year in a row. I actually only went to see it since it appeared at the time it would be the number one movie in the country. While BIO features some apparently gratuitous scenes - we find a girls’ locker room sequence and a bikini car wash - Reed manages to stage these in such a way that felt more like homages to early films in the genre than simple exploitation.It’s a slick clip but I thought it seemed somewhat mean-spirited in the way it delighted in the boy’s physical pain. Having watched it countless times since then including a re-purchase on Blu-Ray recently, I'm concluding that it was aimed at a mass teen audience but also done a little tongue in cheek.

However, the tone more closely resembles VH1’s “Pop Up Videos” as the supplement provides intermittent details about the material.

First up is a moderately entertaining edition of “Spotlight On Location”, the generic “behind the scenes” program found on many Universal DVDs. However, the film accepts openly gay Les (Huntley Ritter), and it also shows exceedingly-straight - and unapologetic cheerleader - Jan (Nathan West). The team's newest member, Missy, discovers that the former team captain stole all of her routines from the squad at another high school, including the one they have been practicing. The Toro cheerleading squad has spirit; spunk; sass and a killer routine that's sure to land them the national championship trophy for the sixth year in a row.

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