Bring It on [DVD] 
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Torrance Shipman: I'm strong and I'm loud, / I'm gonna make you proud, / I'm T-T-T-Torrance, / Your captain Torrance.
It’s a slick clip but I thought it seemed somewhat mean-spirited in the way it delighted in the boy’s physical pain. Bring It On provides a wealth of supplemental materials, starting with a fine audio commentary from director Peyton Reed. Universal’s Animated Anecdotes”, this extra functions as a running text commentary somewhat like the ones on Ghostbusters and The Abyss.I think she was able to find what was cool about that character that in a way I doubt other actresses could have. But for newly-elected team captain, Torrance ( Kirsten Dunst), the Toros' road to cheer glory stumbles when she discovers their perfectly choreographed routines were stolen from a hot hip-hop squad across town.
In this comic take on big-business wheelings and dealings, an ambitious senator’s son (Judge Reinhold) moves up the corporate ladder through undeserved promotions. 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. There are virtually no empty spaces, and Reed fills the time with lots of great information about the movie. A High School cheerleading squad discover that the reason they have won five times in a row is because their routines have been stolen from another school. Black levels were deep and rich, and shadow detail looked smooth and appropriately opaque without any excessive heaviness.However, the film accepts openly gay Les (Huntley Ritter), and it also shows exceedingly-straight - and unapologetic cheerleader - Jan (Nathan West). Having watched it countless times since then including a re-purchase on Blu-Ray recently, I'm concluding that it was aimed at a mass teen audience but also done a little tongue in cheek.
Kirsten and Gabriel both said they were cheerleaders in school more to be popular than anything else. And the fact that the movie never wavered from its position that to these girls (and some guys) cheerleading was very important.
It reinvents no wheels and doesn’t try to be anything more than it is: a frothy and bouncy little look at the world of competitive cheerleading. The Toro cheerleading squad has spirit, spunk, sass and a killer routine that's sure to land them the national championship trophy for the sixth year in a row. Kirsten was a cheerleader in 8th grade when it is just waving pompoms and memorizing these really short cheers- not the kind of really athletic kind of cheerleading in this movie. You'll talk to the studio who'll say they have trouble with this scene or this line, and then when you ask really direct questions like will this help- they can't answer that.
They have a fantastic show, and they expect to win the American cheerleading championship for the sixth time in a row. However, the tone more closely resembles VH1’s “Pop Up Videos” as the supplement provides intermittent details about the material. People get fanatical about that stuff and one of the things that attracted me to this script in the first place was it is a really interesting subculture. But against his better judgment, he falls for a woman (the chairman’s daughter, no less) who’s leading a protest against the company’s shady business practices.An electrifying cast of up-and-coming hot young stars powers this awesome new movie that takes all of the fun, excitement and spirit of the orignal comedy smash to the next level!