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Bring It On: All or Nothing(2006) is a fun direct to video movie. It is the third installment in the Bring It On film franchise. It's an idealized version of a tale where a white girl from a nice high school gets transferred to a "tough, urban" high school. A young Hayden Panettiere is charming, sensual and funny as cheerleader Britney Allen. There's a little bit of foul language and raunchy humor in the film. There's a sight gag where we see a clip from a "porno". As the camera backs up, we see it's actually a teenage girl complaining about a pimple on her forehead! Francia Raisa plays a sexy Latina cheerleader. Beyonce's sister co-stars in the film. This film was directed by Steve Rash(director of The Buddy Holly Story). This film delivers some catchy pop songs and well-staged cheerleader dance numbers. Danielle Savre is delightful as a "fat" cheerleader. Bring It On: All or Nothing is a fun fluff movie.
I don't know why I like this movie. Demographically speaking, the target audience should be 10-18 year old girls, yet somehow I still find myself watching it almost every time it comes on ABC Family. It's filled with ridiculous terms like "cheerocracy" and "cheertator", it's slightly racist in its overly stereotyped portrayal of inner city schools (Shabooya...Sha Sha.... Shabooya??) , and it's about cheerleading. So why watch it? Really, I can't say, but I have indeed watched the entire Bring it On Trilogy in one day, shameful as it is to say. I also saw the original in the theaters. I should probably erase this review soon, I feel it's destroying my credibility as a respectable reviewer. But anyways, I suppose I have to recommend this movie. I enjoy it everytime it's on, although I couldn't tell you why.
I am in my late twenties and I loved this movie! Our main character Brittany is the captain of the cheerleaders in a posh high school. She is popular, has the star boyfriend and tons of friends. One of her "best friend" and co-captain Winnie (Marcy Rylan) is jealous that she gets all the glory but tries to hide it. Anyway, Brittany's dad loses his job and all their money. They are forced to move to a less "well off" area and Brittany has to leave her school to her utter mortification. The cheerleaders make her promise she won't cheer for any other schools otherwise she would be known as a cheer "slut".
At her new school that is less "posh", she immediately gets off on the wrong foot with the captain of the cheerleaders Camille (Solange Knowles) and the two take an instant dislike to each other. She finds a friend in hottie Jesse (Gus Carr) who is a male cheerleader and part of the squad.
It's a typical plot with Brittany needing to join the team, struggle for power, misunderstandings, cheerleader competition with Brittany's former friends, etc. but it was done in a way that was cute and interesting!
I use to watch Hayden Panettiere (Brittany) on a soap. She was great but I wasn't sure how she would be in this movie. But let me tell you, she was fantastic! Solange was also good and the "evil" head-cheerleader (Winnie) of Brittany's former school was great too.
This is a feel good, fun, curl up on the sofa on a cold day with hot coco type movie to watch with your boyfriend/girlfriend or a group of friends. I loved the romance between Brittany and Jesse (Gus Carr)! He is HOT and they had GREAT chemistry together! I wish they showed more romance between them! And I hope to see Gus in more movies!
The music was cool, the dancing was pretty good and the actors did a great job of getting you into the movie!
Like I said before, this is a feel good movie, if you want to watch something Oscar worthy than this is not the film for you lol. Best Bring It On!
1.0 out of 5 starsDoes not work and not aloud to return
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 24, 2019
Received this dvd today but it doesn’t work. When I press play it says “this operation is currently disabled” so then I thought I will return the item but when I click on return it says this item can not be returned. All I have now is a very upset child
2.0 out of 5 starsnowhere near as good as the first film
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 24, 2008
I liked the first Bring It On film a lot.But this one isn't anywhere near as good.And that's because the first film was original and the actors in it were way better ( there is no-one to compare with Kirsten Dunst and Eliza Dushku who were in the first production) along with the dialogue.Even the cheerleader's clothes were nicer to look at in the original movie.The arguments and confrontations between the girls in the original movie were more believable and humorous and the characters being portrayed were likeable.This third production of Bring It On lacked subtlety and the characters were not as rounded and so carefully developed.
I absolutley adore hayden and solange in other movies so even though its a "remake" of bring it on and i promised not to give in and watch or buy the others i gave in!
Without comparing it to the original, this film by itself is just bland.
The acting and the little bitchy scenes are so boring and i thought the cheerleading and the dancing would be top notch considering this isnt an old film but it was terrible!
Only thing that made this watchable to the end was rihanna turning up, they kept dragging out forgotten story lines aswell which was annoying because one second someones happy one second they are sad and they depressing music comes on.