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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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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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Rated PG-13 for some language and sexual innuendo | See all certifications »
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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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At the end of the film, the Stingers come out to do their routine and get in position on the stage. Then the mascot comes out and the Stingers have vanished. When the mascot has finished, they are suddenly back. See more »

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Derek: [shouting] Do you wanna do something illegal?
Whittier: Uhh... Okay?
Derek: Really? What kind of girl are you?
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Not a Worthy Sequel
9 March 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Whittier is both nervous and excited. She's just made it onto the BEST cheer leading squad (best in WHAT is never clarified). Unfortunately, the captain is rude and cruel to the other cheerleaders, so she and her best friend Monica decide to create their own squad and have a cheer off to see who will go to nationals. At the same time she is falling for the shaggy Derrick who could be perfect for her.

From the beginning this film annoyed me. The lead girl is too naive and impressionable - after one talk with her "head cheerleader" she decides to cut down on her calories and ridicule her friends - even drop them for acceptance. (Don't most girls grow out of that by college?) When she finally stands up for herself, you'll wonder what took so long, and why she felt the need to strip to make her point.

The acting is okay at best, especially from the lead, who is out shined by the girls playing her best friend and her adversary. The "comedy" is minimal, with the gag of Penelope getting hurt being very overdone. The ending was predictable and completely unrealistic as well.

This film left me with a few questions:

*What was with the constant costuming of Whittier in yellow? *Why did the guy playing the mascot beat box to the costume head before going out onstage?

*Where did the new squad find the funding to get matching uniforms and how did they manage to unify their routine within two days?

Overall:

This is nothing more than mundane teen drivel. It's an unnecessary sequel trying to cash in on the success of it's predecessor. The acting is poor and the ending unrealistic and predictable. Skip this lame flick - you're not missing anything.


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