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Bring It on Again (2004)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Sport | Video 13 January 2004
When new students can't get onto their college cheerleading team, they form their own squad and prepare for a cheer off.

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Monica (as Faune A. Chambers)
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College newcomer Whittier tries out for and joins her new college cheerleading squad to relive her high school days as head cheerleader. But when she and her best friend Monica are unable to stand being around the tyrannical and snobbish squad captain, Tina, Whittier and Monica quit and vow to form their own cheerleading squad made up of college campus misfits and social outcasts for a competition to see which squad will represent the college for the national cheerleader championship. Written by Matt Patay

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Higher Stakes, Hotter Grooves, More Attitude! See more »

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Bethany Joy Lenz's character in One tree hill played a cheerleader in the 4th season. See more »

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Penelope Hope: Well, some people look at an impossible situation and ask, "Why?" Others look at the same situation and ask "why not?" For the competition on Saturday, I'm asking myself, "Why?" Why bother? In a billion years, we're all gonna be obliviated by a black hole anyway!
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Surprisingly enjoyable
19 June 2005 | by See all my reviews

I didn't expect much from Bring It On Again. In fact, I only watched it because I was under the impression that Jaime Pressly was in it, which was not the case (OK, so I confused Bring It On Again with Not Another Teen Movie - can you blame me?). But I kept watching, despite the "poor man's Reese Witherspoon" in the lead. And lo and behold, the movie is actually nowhere near as bad as people here have been claiming. It is more of a comedy than the first movie, and there is one big thing that ties it together with the first movie, which I think most people have overlooked: Both movies are saying that cheer-leading is NOT COOL. Both movies are going out of their way to show that cheer-leading is as shallow as anything can be, and clearly pointing to a dozen other things that are far cooler, but which happen not to be the focus of this particular comedy. That's actually pretty funny. These movies are not as empty-headed as they first seem.

The lead girl in the sequel first struck me as very boring in a "girl next door" type of way, but I have to admit she grew into the part very well and achieved the confidence of character to come across as a convincingly cool cheerleader (in the comedy setting, I mean) towards the end. Ultimately, she was an actress rather than just a pretty face, and that is to be commended, considering that this was a mere straight-to-video release. Somebody in the production team actually had the ambition to create a quite serious, well-written, well-structured piece of work - and they succeeded.

I rated the first movie a 7, and this one, surprisingly, qualifies for as much as a 6, despite the ludicrous end performance (apparently comprised by an almost entirely new team). It was fun. Quite an achievement, all things considered.


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