Bring It on [DVD] [2000]

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There were a couple of speckles and a bit or two of grit, but nothing else; ultimately the film seemed fresh and clear. It must have been a real thrill to have been directing some of the cream of the crop from the field of 17- 20 year old up and coming stars.

It's pure bump 'n' grind exhilaration as a new squad of cheerleaders takes on the establishment in a winner-takes-all cheer competition! Some of the material appears elsewhere, but enough of it is new and interesting to make this a fun little feature.There are all these kinds of areas that attract people who get so passionate about something that might be meaningless to somebody else. Bring it On is one of those movies anyone over the age of 30 is likely to remember, maybe even as young as 25. I know the latter may sound silly - after all, it’s a movie about cheerleaders - but Reed really seems to have tried hard to add his own touch while he kept the movie within the genre.

But against his better judgment, he falls for a woman (the chairman’s daughter, no less) who’s leading a protest against the company’s shady business practices. They have a fantastic show, and they expect to win the American cheerleading championship for the sixth time in a row. We had the opportunity to talk with Bring it On Director Peyton Reed about working with shooting stars: Kirsten Dunst, Eliza Dushku and Gabrielle Union as well as what goes in to making a great DVD.

I didn't want to make a movie that was preachy about race relations- that's the last thing I want to do. BIO fares nicely when it depicts the squads at work; some strong choreography and fine staging makes these scenes surprisingly vibrant. But you never know, if the movie came out and tanked, I could have gone to Universal Home Video and said, Hey!

As Missy’s brother and Torrance’s prospective love interest Cliff, Jesse Bradford actually provides a fairly believable new wave boy.He enjoys watching movies and strives for presenting them perfectly, but lacks the talent to make his own.


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