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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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Whittier
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Tina
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Dean Sebastian
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Monica (as Faune A. Chambers)
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Greg
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Derek
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Marni (as Joie Lenz)
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Janice
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Francis
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Penelope
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Colleen Lipman
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Sammy Stinger
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Tiny Blonde
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Fatneck (as Brian Wade)
Darren Geare ...
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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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Rated PG-13 for some language and sexual innuendo | See all certifications »
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Trivia

Katherine Bailess, who plays the reporter Colleen Kipman, also had a recurring role in One Tree Hill. Bethany Joy Lenz (Marnie) has a starring role in One Tree Hill. See more »

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The position of Tina's hand on Whittier's shoulder when she gives Whittier her "logical order to the college universe" speech at the house party. See more »

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Greg: Well, what I lose in scholarships, I gain in testicles!
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Outtakes & the cast singing Pat Benatar's "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" roll alongside the credits. See more »

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Horrible sequel!
25 May 2004 | by (New Jersey) – See all my reviews

The first "Bring it On" is no masterpiece, but it has charm and manages to be very entertaining. In this direct-to-video sequel, the talented cast from the original is replaced by second-rate actors and the script is brooding with everything I hate about teen movies in general. Maybe I'm biased because I'm from New Jersey, but I've never heard any of my peers use the phrase "Shut up!" Give me some characters and dialogue I can relate to for God's sake! Enough of these Barbie and Ken Dolls! Aside from the ultra-lame dialogue, almost every gag falls flat. And the stupid plot involves a couple of cheerleading outcasts training a ragtag team of students (who know NOTHING about cheerleading) in a limited amount of time! I'm not going to give away the outcome, but the premise alone makes you want to puke, right? Bree Turner is a hot actress, but she doesn't match up to Gabrielle Union. And that Reese Witherspoon lookalike who plays the lead definitely doesn't match up to Kirsten Dunst! Don't see this movie! Just another lifeless sequel to serve as fodder for the video shelves.

My score: 3 (out of 10)


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