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Bring It On

Bring It On

4.6 49
Director: Peyton Reed, Kirsten Dunst, Eliza Dushku, Jesse Bradford

Cast: Peyton Reed, Kirsten Dunst, Eliza Dushku, Jesse Bradford


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The Bring It On Collector's Edition DVD has a lot to cheer about. The feature-packed disc boasts a perfect widescreen anamorphic (aspect ratio of 1.85:1) transfer highlighted by an amazing range of reds. Sound options include a choice of English Dolby Digital 5.1 and a DTS track, a French Dolby 5.1 track, and English captioning for the hearing impaired. The


The Bring It On Collector's Edition DVD has a lot to cheer about. The feature-packed disc boasts a perfect widescreen anamorphic (aspect ratio of 1.85:1) transfer highlighted by an amazing range of reds. Sound options include a choice of English Dolby Digital 5.1 and a DTS track, a French Dolby 5.1 track, and English captioning for the hearing impaired. The disc's special features are also terrific, beginning with a great commentary track by director Peyton Reed, who discusses his reasons for making the film and his methods for working around obvious teen movie cliches. The film can also be viewed with an optional "Did You Know That? Universal's Animated Anecdotes" feature in which informative text commentaries appear on screen. Another extra is "Spotlight on Location: The Making of Bring It On, a surprisingly informative 13-minute featurette with cast interviews and some behind-the-scenes footage. Also included are ten deleted scenes, two extended scenes, and a three-minute "Never-Before-Seen Home Movie of the Car Wash Scene," all introduced on camera by the director. Rounding out the package are a 40-second "Wardrobe and Makeup Test" consisting of stars Kirsten Dunst and Eliza Dushku prancing around in outfits from the film and a music video by R&B group (and cast members) Blaque, plus the usual theatrical trailer, production notes, cast and filmmakers info, and DVD-ROM features. The final feature is an "Easter Egg" hidden in the "Language" submenu which can be accessed by pressing the megaphone by the picture of Dunst.

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Barnes & Noble - Doree Shafrir
At first glance, the surprise box office winner Bring It On appears to be just another pretty entry in a long procession of forgettable teen-centric movies. What separates Bring It On from its classmates, however -- besides some snazzy cheerleading -- is an unusually engaging plot, a witty self-awareness, and an ingratiating lack of self-importance. The new Rancho Carne High School cheerleading captain, Torrance Shipman (Kirsten Dunst), panics when she discovers that her predecessor had stolen their championship-caliber moves from the urban East Compton High, fronted by the no-nonsense Gabrielle Union (10 Things I Hate About You). The pressure is on as Torrance, along with new teammate and best friend Missy Pantone (Eliza Dushku, of Buffy the Vampire Slayer), rush to choreograph an entirely new routine in order to qualify for the championship for the sixth consecutive year. The East Compton squad, meanwhile, is not even sure if it will be able to raise enough cash to travel to the meet. While breezy and fun, Bring it On makes interesting points about white American culture's appropriation of black influences. Veteran TV director Peyton Reed (Mr. Show) welds teen angst, pep-squad spunk, and the amazing dance moves of two very different groups of teenagers into a winning collage. The DVD includes commentary by Reed, deleted scenes, home video footage of the car wash scene, and a music video by the R&B group Blaque.
All Movie Guide - Michael Hastings
The charming Kirsten Dunst imbues a spunky airhead cheerleader with a preternatural amount of life, humor, and compassion in this above-average teen sports comedy directed by Mr. Show refugee Peyton Reed. Bring It On may not have the satirical bite of such teen-competition classics as Smile (1975) and The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom (1993), as some critics rightly complained. But what the movie lacks in teeth it more than makes up for in genuine empathy and good humor. Much of the film's success relies upon the inventiveness of the cast and Reed's loose, intuitive way with actors: a protracted, wordless toothbrushing scene between Dunst and love interest Jesse Bradford ranks as one of the summer of 2000's giddiest, most sublime movie moments. The plot follows the by-the-numbers underdog triumph model set by Hoosiers, Rocky, and countless other sports films, but there are enough wrinkles -- a proud, plagiarized competing team from East Compton being chief among them -- to keep the proceedings interesting.

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Universal Studios
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[Wide Screen]
[DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Spotlight on location: The making of Bring it On; Feature commentary with director Peyton Reed; Deleted scenes; Extended scenes; Never before seen home movies of the car wash scene; Wardrobe and makeup tests; Did You Know That? Universal's Animated Anecdotes: Watch the movie and learn about interesting and sometimes unbelievable facts; Blaque "As If" music video; DVD-ROM features including screen saver and cheer quiz; Theatrical trailer

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kirsten Dunst Torrance Shipman
Eliza Dushku Missy Pantone
Jesse Bradford Cliff Pantone
Gabrielle Union Isis
Clare Kramer Courtney Egbert
Nicole Bilderback Whitney Dow
Tsianina Joelson Darcy
Rini Bell Kasey
Ian Roberts Sparky
Richard Hillman Aaron
Lindsay Sloane Big Red
Cody McMains Justin Shipman
Nathan West Jan
Natina Reed Jenelope
Huntley Ritter Les
Shamari Fears LaFred
Brandi Williams Lava

Technical Credits
Peyton Reed Director
Marc Abraham Producer
Todd Michael Amateau Asst. Director
Christophe Beck Score Composer
Jessica Bendinger Co-producer,Screenwriter
Armyan Bernstein Executive Producer
Robert Trevor Black Sound/Sound Designer
Thomas A. Bliss Producer
Larry Bock Editor
Paddy Cullen Executive Producer
Anne Fletcher Choreography
Mary Jane Fort Costumes/Costume Designer
Billy Gottlieb Musical Direction/Supervision
High Hat Choreography
Ray Jasper Choreography
John Ketcham Producer
Sharon Lomofsky Production Designer
Shawn Maurer Cinematographer
Jill McGraw Set Decoration/Design
Joseph Middleton Casting
G. Marq Roswell Musical Direction/Supervision
Caitlin Scanlon Executive Producer
Patricia Wolff Co-producer
Max Wong Executive Producer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Cheerleaders [:23]
2. Main Titles [2:27]
3. Torrance & Aaron [:08]
4. A New Captain [2:11]
5. A New Student [4:23]
6. Tryouts [3:09]
7. Missy [3:14]
8. The Clovers [:57]
9. The Stolen Cheers [5:20]
10. The Car Wash [2:50]
11. The Choreographer [5:21]
12. The Regionals [2:31]
13. Trouble [7:12]
14. Cliff's Gift [:50]
15. Taking a Stand [1:50]
16. They Deserve to Go! [1:47]
17. The Clovers' Wish [3:29]
18. The Nationals [2:36]
19. The Winners [4:34]
20. End Titles [7:27]

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Bring It On 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 49 reviews.
goodgirl2 More than 1 year ago
OMG Jesse Bradford is so hot in this movie. guess that's the reason why I enjoy the movie because of Jesse. oh I love him so much!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
cheer_girl101 More than 1 year ago
I`m a cheerleader and i love this movie!!! It`s great how they show real cheerleaders instead of just pom-pom shaking snobs. I love the routines!!! Great movie!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Its A REALLY good movie, its about a sassy cheerleading squad that stole routines from The Clovers, which are the best team. But the thing is is that they didnt even know they were! If you wanna know what happens you got to buy this movie! It's aswome!
Guest More than 1 year ago
this is the best movie i seen in so many years. you need to buy this movie. *********************************************
Guest More than 1 year ago
this movie is awesome!! The plot was something that really made it interesting. A cheerleader who has a boyfriend but falls in love with another punk guy. Great for teens and people of all ages! BUY IT!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
When this movie began production, it was supposed to be a dead-serious movie about cheer from a hardcore competition standpoint. It's something good cheerleaders wanted to see as we struggle to prove even cheers validity as a sport. They recruited from the best AllStar team, the World Champion Outlaws. It should have been amazing. Once hollywood got ahold of this movie, however, they turned it into "Clueless" with cheerleaders. If you look close, you can still see remnants of the original story. It was a thoroughly entertaining movie to be certain, but what a disappointment to those of us who would like to go beyond cheer stereotypes.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Combines athletics and the rough road to become the best in the business.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Bring it on was really funny, a great comedy to buy .. good looking chicks in the movie with all the moves. Funniest TEEN movie I've seen in years, this ones worth buying. It had a interesting story but plots were alright, but moves too fast in the movie. I gave it a 3 star rating cause it was great and funny, just not best i've seen but I gave it a EXCELLENT rating for its perfrormance the hott chicks had brought into this movie. GREAT WORK!!! 18 male here ... with great oponion. LOL
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is about cheerleading, cheerleading, cheerleading!! It is awesome and has some great songs in it! I can't get that song ''Mickey'' out of my head by B*Witched. Get the soundtrack that is awesome also. You have to see this movie!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
There's one star missing in my rating because there was a part missing in the movie... realism. As a competitive cheerleader myself, I watched the movie from a more technical point of view, and let me tell you there was no coach to be found anywhere! Not even gymnastic coaches! Most of the stunts were totally illegal, some of which were illegal even at a college level. In their competition routine they had no cheer, it was all just show and dance. I don¿t know¿ I love cheerleading, I think it is the best sport in the world, but there¿s a lot that also goes on behind the scenes which makes it all real and none of that was portrayed in the movie. Teamwork, fundraising, friendship, brotherhood, guidance, practice, more fundraising and even more practicing¿ But besides all of this, I must admit that it was a good hour and a half of entertainment, and it was nice to see cheerleaders in the big screen that weren't airheaded-sideline-filling-all-girl-both-feet-on-the-ground-zero-gymnastics-blond-bimbo-steoreotipical-hollywood-imaged-pom-pom-shakers.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was facinated by this movie. The stunts were so awesome! If you think that cheerleading is dumb, check this movie out and you might think differently. Once again, the stunts were really aweseome, and it was a great show.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Bring it on was a vrey good movie.My friends and i enjoyed it a lot we wish we can c it al the time.Bring it on was a bout a couple of cheerleaders and they want have won 5 champuion ships in a row and they are going to try to make it 6 but they get second place in the champion ship they wre beat by the best clovers they think there the best.So they try very hard but dont make i personally think that it was a very close cal to say but i would have picked the clovers so the is my review.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Bring it on was the best movie i sawl it 3 other of my frineds aand we laughed our butts off it was a great teenage movie and adults watch it a they think it is stpid but it may b stupid to the but to ages from 13-19 is was a good m,ovie
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This has gotta b 1 of tha best moviez I hav ever seen. I am a 14 yr old guy and all those girls in short skirts gives this movie a 5 star rating. All o yall who haven't seen it check it out, definately worth it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Although I just saw this movie over the weekend. My mom and I were having a night alone without my dad and brother. I really hate to say it but we have nothing in common! I was searching through Easy Video when I saw this movie. Many of my friends have told me how much they liked the movie. We rented it! My mom and I both loved it! I would Recomend it! (This is a real Chick Flick.)
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought this was an awesome movie. I watch like every nite. I love Torrance Shipmon (Kirsten Dunce). I think she is so cool! I also like Missy and Jan. I would love to be in their spot for just for a day or so!!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the greatest movie of all time. I totally loved it! It's a great movie for teens, and if you get it on DVD there is the trailer and the Blaque music video for ''As if.'' If you haven't seen this movie, you better get with it because you are missing out!
Guest More than 1 year ago
well its about cheer leaders and the team called torance copies all there songs and moves from a team called clovers then they go to the heats with the same dance well better not tell you any more you have to see it it is so cool ilove it >>>>>> i absoulotly love it
Guest More than 1 year ago
HEY! This is a great movie. My parents thought it was stupid, but for us teenagers this movie was really cool. MUST BUY+++++++
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought that this movie was great, for one, I'm a cheerleader and I have never been able to find cheer movies, and 2, its so much like cheerleading. Some of the best parts were when they were stunting, because I have done and seen most of the stunts performed in the Movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Finally, a movie all about cheerleading comes out! And what better way to do it than with a great, hot, hip, and young cast. I'm glad this movie hit like 15 million the first weekend it came out! Cheerleading is almost at its peak, with guy cheerleaders fitting in and cheerleading hitting many nations like South America. This movie makes the people that I've talked to feel alive!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a really goood way of showing that you have to have a good foudation to stay together.