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Just like the other ones, absolutely adorable! When the price comes down, I'd like to buy the collection. When I found out Kirsten Dunst wasn't in the other ones, I was skeptical, but each girl really made it her own. I really enjoyed all of them.
Reviewed in the United States on February 20, 2013
Filled whole screen and really amazed me at the clarity and color. Got it for under $7.00 direct from Amazon! Chose this B.I.O. because of it's Hip Hop/ Latino flavor. Note that their is cultural grit and some nasty racial slurs which I had to explain to my daughter although minimal cursing compared to some of the other B.I.O.'s. It's teenage targeted but thoughouly enjoyable for adults because the cinematograhy is really good and the cheer routines are incredible.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 3, 2011
I loved the first 'Bring it on' film. The 3rd one is enjoyable too, but this latest offering is dire!
The routines arent as polished as the ones in the two films mentioned above. The winning team's routine at the end is nowhere near as good as their trailing rivals.
The thing that annoyed me most in this film is the constant race issues that were kept being thrown in your face. Most of the 'Bring it on' films have underlining race issues but this one is too much. Okay Okay, the main character is Latino. We get the point!!! Also, the 'good girls' who are shy and decent think that to be liked they need to gyrate their hips around and talk street to be noticed.
The storyline is weak and the characters are either too wooden or too OTT. Pfft!