Bring It On

Bring It On
Bring It On

Year

2000

Duration

94 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Two teams of cheerleaders show they've got the moves - and the desire to win at any price - in this feisty high school comedy. A team of rich girls discover that their best routines were stolen from an inner city squad, and new captain Torrance must find a whole new set with the big championship just around the corner. Meanwhile, Isis - the captain of the rival team - struggles to get the money together to make it to the contest. They're both determined to make their team the best, but only one can win - so bring it on!

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12 Classification

Contains frequent moderate language and sexual references.

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