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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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
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
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