This sprightly, sardonic sequel to Bring It On has little connection to the Kirsten Dunst comedy, but is a lot of fun on its own terms. Freshman Whittier (Anne Judson-Yager) arrives at California State University in Los Angeles intent on auditioning for the cheerleading squad. Discovering student life to be a mix of the mundane (dumb football players) and iconoclastic (sundry militants), she buddies up with a former rival (Faune Chambers), for comfort, and gets an easygoing boyfriend (Richard Lee Jackson). But after impressing the shrewish head cheerleader, Tina (Bree Turner), with her astonishing agility, Whittier is lured to campus celebrity and briefly loses her head--and friends. After wising up, Tina dismisses Whittier from the squad, forcing the outcast to start a rival (and much sexier) cheerleading crew. Broad performances, particularly Turner's monstrous child of privilege, make Bring It On Again worth a visit. --Tom Keogh
You're the towel girl. It's an honor.
How is it an honor?
Well let's just say we were trying to do the pyramid, and we tried to lift up Tina, and because no one was there to wipe off our sweaty palms, Tina slips and falls on her spinal chord and spends the rest of her life doing watercolors with her teeth. Do you want that to happen?
I guess not.
I didn't think so.
Congratulations, my little pumpkins. You have now joined the best of the best of the best. From here on out, you must be the bomb diggity.
You must eat leaner, train meaner, jump higher, yell louder and out-pep anyone who stands in your way. You must brush better, floss better, later rinse-and-repeat better and in other words you must *be* better
in every aspect of your life. Are you ready for all that?