Bring It On: All or Nothing


Comedy / Sport

IMDb Rating 5.6 10 18


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November 11, 2020



Caity Lotz as Susan Hudson
Danielle Savre as Misty Calhoun
Hayden Panettiere as Melanie Lewis
Jake McDorman as Magnus Burwood
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907.55 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
99 min
P/S N/A / N/A
1.82 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
99 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by szouopj 7 / 10 / 10

Good nubile chicks

With legs to die for. It is a sequel but not junk. Cholestrol free zone!

Reviewed by pijtfbz 10 / 10 / 10

Britney And Winnie Are My Faves Of Course

But there is not a single Texas style fattie in this film. All the girls are slim and attractive and have likable characters. I would also point out that the costumes are too conservative and are shorts instead of the traditional skirts. Welcome to modern America where tradition, human body and nature are abhorred and hated on.

Reviewed by Clay-Pigeon 10 / 10 / 10

Finally! A Worthy Successor to the Original

If you have ill feelings about this movie because of its straight-to-video status then put those feelings aside and you'll be treated to a fun movie. This sequel succeeds where "Bring It On Again" miserably failed (and let me tell you, that movie failed BIG TIME!). Unlike the previous entry, this third installment gets everything right with a likable & appealing cast, killer dance routines, a terrific soundtrack, good story and better production values (most likely thanks to product tie-ins from Cingular, Teen People and Volks Wagon). While it doesn't top the original, it still comes close as a worthy companion. The film borrows the same basic premise as the original: pompous upper-class cheer squad (this time the Pacific Vista Pirates) vs urban middle-class cheer squad (Crenshaw Heights Warriors). But thanks to a new twist involving the former captain of the Pacific Vista team having to transfer to Crenshaw Heights and join their squad, the film focuses more on the racially diversified Crenshaw Heights Warriors and their point-of-view. Much credit is due to writer Alyson Fouse, a former writer for Chris Rock and Keenan Ivory Wayans, and director Steve Rash who both do an admirable job of going back to what made the first film so great without making it seem like they're trying to do the exact same movie over again. The cast, although made up of young unknowns, should also be complimented for bringing the right amount of spark and attitude to their characters so that you can't help but like them, no matter how stereotypical some of them may be. Which is more than can be said about the charmless, bland wannabes from the second film. Going through the DVD's bonus features, you'll be able to tell that the cast and filmmakers worked hard to make this movie live up to the original by having the cast go through rigorous training at cheerleader camp as well as hiring a variety of talented and innovative choreographers to come up with some unique and dazzling routines. So, put all prejudices aside, wash the awful taste of "Bring It On Again" out of your mouth, and give this fun addition to the franchise a shot.

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