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Review: Bring It On Again

Go, team, go! Just go…

Nobody expects a sequel to be up to much, especially a sequel to a cheerleading chick flick. Bring It On Again lived up to that expectation. The first film overrides the myth that cheerleading is just for pansies and blondes and gives us a genuinely funny teen romance. Its sequel deals us unrealistic characters (yes, mostly blondes) in a tongue-in-cheek reflection of life as a cheerleader, with some tasteless toilet humour.

It is worth watching for the jazzy routines though – they are the only things that don’t disappoint. Apparently, there are two more sequels, but I’ll be giving them a miss. VP

Bring it On 2 Poster copyright Universal Pictures

About Victoria Pritchard

Columnist, reviewer, author and sometime sports coach

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One thought on “Review: Bring It On Again

  1. Thank you for the wise critique. Thanksssss.2011

    Posted by mattcut90 | Jul 30, 2011, 6:19 pm

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