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Bring It on [DVD] [2000]

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I know what I like and what I don't like on other DVD's so I really tried to pick the best of the best stuff for this DVD. Music also spread neatly to the surrounds, which provided positive reinforcement of the forward spectrum.

However, I did enjoy the experience, as the movie was cute and sassy enough to entertain me, and not just because of all the sexy young women (though that didn’t hurt). Some effects cropped up in the side and rear speakers as well, but the music really provided the main emphasis, and that was appropriate for this kind of film. Then you get into the area where you need to look at what is the difference between a good routine and a cheesy routine? In the back of my mind I was definately thinking about it, but we had a pretty low budget for the movie so my mind was much more focused on getting the day's work done and getting the stuff right for the movie than anything else.First up is a moderately entertaining edition of “Spotlight On Location”, the generic “behind the scenes” program found on many Universal DVDs. Audio Commentary From Director Peyton Reed; "Spotlight On Location" Featurette; Deleted Scenes; Extended Scenes; Never-Before-Seen Home Movies of the Car Wash Scene; Wardrobe and Makeup Tests; Blaque "As If" Music Video; "Did You Know That? I hate when there's a deleted scene on a DVD with no explination, or you have to go out of your way to find an alternate audio track.

And let the record note that the male cheerleaders also participated in the car wash, though for some strange reason, they don’t receive quite as much screen time as the women. The problem is that they have been saddled with a routine stolen from the Clovers, an up-and-coming team from East Compton who are struggling to get the money necessary for their entry in the championship. They stretch together in a rather intimate manner, and one indicates that they should consider joining the squad. It wasn't really until we got to the cutting room that we were pulling scenes aside and began to really get ready for the DVD. I was really terrified about getting good actors, because at the time we were casting this movie because there were so many teen movies being made and so many teen TV shows going on.Just guess, / Guys wanna touch my chest, / I'm rockin', I smile, / And many think I'm vile, / I'm flyin', I jump, / You can look but don't you hump, / Whoo / I'm major, I roar, / I swear I'm not a whore, / We cheer and we lead, / We act like we're on speed, / Hate us 'cause we're beautiful, / Well we don't like you either, / We're cheerleaders, / We are cheerleaders.

BIO fares nicely when it depicts the squads at work; some strong choreography and fine staging makes these scenes surprisingly vibrant. It’s a slick clip but I thought it seemed somewhat mean-spirited in the way it delighted in the boy’s physical pain.

Adding to the complications is a tape Marlo has made detailing all of her affairs and scandals, which her manager is desperately trying (and failing) to destroy. A couple of weeks before we started shooting I stopped by the rehearsal places at the gym, and the first half of the day were these amazing dance choreographies and in the second half of the day were the gymnastic and cheerleading moves being rehearsed. Lastly, “DVD Newsletter” will allow you to sign up to receive e-mail from Universal about their products, while we also find other weblinks to Universal Studios, Universal Home Video, Universal DVDs, and Universal Pictures. As has also happened in the preceding sequels, arguments and misunderstandings amongst the squad members end up rearing their ugly heads, causing members to leave and friendships to be tested.

Nonetheless, it’s a fun piece that’s executed in a manner that flirts with excess and absurdity but manages to keep enough of a foot in reality to be entertaining. Torrance Shipman: I'm strong and I'm loud, / I'm gonna make you proud, / I'm T-T-T-Torrance, / Your captain Torrance. Bring it On is one of those movies anyone over the age of 30 is likely to remember, maybe even as young as 25.It probably gave them some insight into just standing up in front of a crowd and having people stare at you as you dance around. and now they're going to Bring It On Again in the fun and sassy follow-up to the hugely successful Bring It On. Dan ontdekt de nieuwe teamcaptain, Torrance (Kirsten Dunst), dat haar voorgangster hun fenomenale act heeft gestolen van een concurrerend team.

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