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This classic, amazing, and cute teen movie is undeniably my favorite early 2000s movie! Bring it on Shows a high school environment and a rivalry between two cheer teams. The main character shows humor, sass, and competition between the other team. They aren’t just your average teen girl heartthrobs. I think anyone would love this movie especially if you love sports or love a good laugh then this movie is for you! I’d recommend this movie to ages 13 and up. I rate it a 5/5 stars because It shows high school teen spirit and overall, I can relate to it perfectly!!
@chocolate_loving_teen of the Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board
great movie truly an amazing sports movie it's been around for almost 20 years and it reached it's milestone amongst teen movies from the 2000's if your a fan of teen sports movies then this is for you.this is the movie that made kirsten dunst a teen heartthrob. i liked cheerleading amazing and talented girls. but i have nothing against it nothing at all.it's a truly great movie.
Directed by Peyton Reed in 2000, this American drama depicts a cheerleading team's preparation for and participation in cheerleading competitions.
Super are the actions of cheerleading, but the script seems shallow and flat without thrills and surprises.
I saw the movie and I had liked it
the cheerleading was good I also had
laughed this is good for cheerleaders to watch
"Bring it on?" Turn it off! This completely predictable film offers some insight into the realities of high school life. Truth is stranger than fiction, so I imagine that "cat fights" are often far worse than portrayed in this film. The rivalries of competitive cheerleaders are the subject of this film. They're not cheering for sports teams, this is co-ed competitive cheer; it's judged and then Rhianna get to pick a winner for her video - guess who wins? OMG you won't believe the ending. I had no idea who was going to win...
I found this to be a cute movie, not something I would recommend to anyone out of their early twenties. Still though it is worth a watch especially to cheerleading fans, or just fans of cheerleaders.