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Bring It On - All or Nothing


Get ready for more fun, attitude and excitement in this all-new comedy! When popular Britney Allen moves from posh Pacific Vista to working-class Crenshaw Heights, her life goes from cheer-topia to cheer-tastrophe.

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common sense

PAUSE for kids age 14
5 out of 5
Drinking, drugs, & smoking
0 out of 5
3 out of 5
Positive messages
0 out of 5
3 out of 5
0 out of 5

Older teens may find something to cheer about.

what parents need to know

Parents need to know that the teen girls in this movie are mean to each other and back-stab each other. Britney's boyfriend pressures her to have sex with him, and when she says she's still not ready, calls her a tease. Winnie sleeps with Britney's boyfriend because she's jealous, and Britney has a hard time adjusting to a new school. There's some profanity and rude finger gestures, as well as some race-baiting (Winnie calls the Crenshaw Heights squad "ghetto" -- but by then she's well-established as the Mean Girl of the movie). The characters learn to be honest and trust those who are trustworthy, although this lesson may be overshadowed by the bad behavior leading up to this point. There's also prominent product placement of Fritos, Teen People, Pepsi, and Cingular.

what families can talk about

  • Families can talk about following your passion. Should Britney have made that promise not to cheer again even though it's something she loves? What do you think motivated Winnie to backstab Britney and sleep with Britney's boyfriend? When you feel insecure and want others to like you, what do you do? How can you deal with those feelings? They can also talk about teen movies in general. What do teens find amusing/degrading about the characters portrayed here? Do they feel represented? What stereotypes are prevalent in the film?

movie reviews from Rotten Tomatoes®

Audience Reviews

3 stars

I was very surprised to find this actually wasn't all that bad! Of course the original one was better, and this is just a b grade piece of fluff, but it was enjoyable. A few laughs and kept me interested right through to the end even though it was totally predictable. If you liked the original, give it a shot.

- romy861, Friday, August 13, 2010

3 stars

Another surprisingly decent entry into a straight to video franchise. Panettiere gets in training for her costume in Heroes, in this expose of American schools and the class system. It's like series 4 of The Wire all over again. The acting is fine and at times is even inspired in comedy terms. Great supporting characters and witty one liners, plus a healthy dose of funny racist-lite humour. Nice choreography, cheerleaders and the feeling that everybody is having fun, make this an enjoyable watch.

- kiriyamakazou, Wednesday, July 15, 2009

0 star

before you judge me just know that i watched this while trying to sleep and my wife had it on the t.v. in the bedroom. its not that i couldnt sleep because i was interested, its that i couldnt sleep because watching this was like watching the slaughter of cows in a meat factory. its terrible but you cant take your eyes off it. the second worst film in the history of the world without question. oh the horror.

- sanjurosamurai, Tuesday, July 7, 2009