Probably the best cheerleader movie ever, despite the fact that Kristen Dunst, is the most awkward looking cheerleader ever.* And why hasn’t Eliza Dushku broken out from her Joss Whedon work, she’s so incredibly alluring? Overall, a very good piece of confection.
Cost: $2.75 from Videorama
Where watched: at home during the snow day. This double feature (with Clueless) was brought to you by the interview with Nicole Bilderback on the “I Was There Too” podcast.
*I remember this from the first time I watched this. I think it has something to do with her incredibly long arms.
poster from: http://www.impawards.com/2000/bring_it_on.html
I was very interested in the posters from other countries. Germany features the cheerleading uniforms, but it’s called Girls United.
Whereas France has no uniforms and calls it American Girls. I hope Tom Petty fans in France weren’t confused.
One thought on “Three sentence movie reviews: Bring it On”
I wonder whatever happened to Jesse Bradford? He was so cute in this! I haven’t seen it in a very long time, but I loved it back in the day. Such a sweet little film. P.S. I feel that the France poster is a lot more sexual than the movie is.