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Bring It On/Bring It on Again 2 Movie Cheer Pack DVD 1 of 1
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Learn more about Bring It On/Bring It on Again 2 Movie Cheer Pack:

Format: DVD
Sku: 202748928
UPC: 025192972225
UPC 14: 00025192972225
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Actors: Anne Judson-Yager - Bree Turner - Eliza Dushku - Jesse Bradford - Kevin Cooney - Kirsten Dunst. Director: Peyton Reed Damon Santostefano. Format: DVD. Runtime: 189 Mins. Language: English. Subtitle: English Subtitles. Region code: Region 1 (United States Canada Bermuda U.S. territories). Discs: 2. Rating: PG-13. Genre: Comedy. Release Year: 2000.

"[1] Like American Pie, Bring It On succeeds!  Associated Press
"[2] ...a fun little movie with some clever moments, good performances and a lot of energy.  CurrentFilm.com
"[1] Smart and sassy...fun for all ages!  L.A. Times
"[1] Three cheers! Pure pleasure!  New York Daily News

Editor's Note
This program highlights two comedic looks into the world of cheer leading competitions: BRING IT ON and BRING IT ON AGAIN. Please see individual titles for complete information.

Features

Video Features DVD, Widescreen

Technical Info


Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Universal Home Video
Video Release Date Release Date: 8/8/2006
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2000
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 29722
Video UPC UPC: 00025192972225
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 2

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Anamorphic Widescreen  1.85:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Anne Judson-Yager
Video Cast Info Bree Turner
Video Cast Info Eliza Dushku
Video Cast Info Faune A. Chambers
Video Cast Info Gabrielle Union
Video Cast Info Jesse Bradford
Video Cast Info Kevin Cooney
Video Cast Info Kirsten Dunst
Video Cast Info Damon Santostefano - [2] Director
Video Cast Info Peyton Reed - [1] Director

Awards


MTV Award (2001)
   Video Award Name Bring It On, Nominee, [1] Best Dance Sequence

Professional Reviews

Your Video Store Shelf 5 of 10
[2] Everything that you'd expect to be present is. A dumbass blonde heroine, the bitch, a black girl, the uncharismatic guy who falls in the love with the dumbass blonde, angry theater girls, and worst of all, the self-serving dean are all included...To make matters worst, Bring It On Again completely spits on the sport of cheerleading by making it out to be an activity that anyone can do with a few days of practice. Keep in mind that I have very little respect for the "sport" of cheerleading, but Jesus H. Christ!

The New York Times 8 of 10
[1] ...the fact that a bouncy teenage sports comedy can even gesture toward serious matters of race and economic inequality is pretty impressive, as is the occasional snarl of genuine satire. The vicious back-stabbing and defensive homophobia of the cheerleaders seem as accurate as the high school vernacular in which they address one another...It is Ms. Dunst who carries the movie and unifies its disparate elements. She's a terrific comic actress... - A.O. Scott

Chicago Sun-Times 6 of 10
[1] "Bring It On" contains within it the seeds of a sharp and observant high school satire, maybe something in the same league (although not as high in the standings) as "Election" or "Rushmore." I'll bet anything Jessica Bendinger's original screenplay was a lot smarter than the dumbed-down PG-13 version we get here. The movie as it now stands is too juvenile and insipid for older teenagers and has way too much language and sex for kids 13 and below. - Roger Ebert

Film Freak Central 7 of 10
[2] I'll say this much for Bring It On Again: it isn't nearly as bad as you might expect. Against all odds, the straight-to-video production shows traces of wit and a surfeit of good basic ideas in its tale of rival cheerleading squads, but alas, it was not to be: its core concept withers on the vine in favour of slapped-together aesthetics and teen-sitcom repartee. Par for the dtv course, its creators only seem interested in squeezing a few bucks out of the target demographic; the results, though far from painful, cruelly tantalize us with a glimmer of the film that might have been. - Travis Hoover

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