Who doesn’t love a good teen movie? Something about the trials and tribulations of high school makes for great entertainment.
And when it comes to teen movies, one franchise stands out: “Bring It On.” Since the first movie was released in 2000, the “Bring It On” franchise has become increasingly popular, spawning four sequels and even a stage musical.
These movies showcase strong female friendships and relationships, showing that girls can be just as successful as boys in traditionally male-dominated fields like athletics.
But what is it about these movies that make them so unique?
This blog post will take a closer look at the “Bring It On” film and what makes them so great. So whether you’re a longtime fan or just curious about the fuss, read on to learn about all “Bring It On” movies in order of the release date.
- Kirsten Dunst, Ashley Benson, Anne Judson-Yager (Actors)
- Peyton Reed (Director)
- English, French, Spanish (Subtitles)
“Bring It On” Movies In Order Of The Release Date
Here is the list of all the six movies released to date.
- Bring It On (2000)
- Bring It On Again (2004)
- Bring It On: All Or Nothing (2006)
- Bring It On: In It To Win It (2007)
- Bring It On: Fight To The Finish (2009)
- Bring It On: Worldwide Cheersmack (2017)
All About The “Bring It On” Film Series
These are not just another teen comedy movies; the “Bring It On” film series is one of the most iconic teen movie franchises of all time. It is a series that has inspired other movies, tv shows, and even stage musicals.
The first movie in the franchise was released in 2000 and was an instant hit with audiences. Thanks to its examination of race, class, and cultural appropriation through the lens of the rich and suburban in the years since the franchise has become a cult classic.
The series did pretty well at the box office, with each movie making more money than the last. “Bring It On” also became a critical darling, with many praising it for its witty writing and strong female friendships. It is one of the best teen cheerleading comedy series you can watch.
Bring It On (2000)
“Bring It On” is a high-energy film that follows the competitive world of cheerleading. The starring actress Kirsten Dunst (Torrance), a senior at Rancho Carne High School in San Diego, is tasked with leading her team to victory at the national championships.
However, she soon discovers that her squad has been using stolen routines from another team. As she struggles to develop new material, she must also deal with the challenges of working with a diverse group of girls.
Despite its lighthearted subject matter, “Bring It On” tackled some serious issues, including classism, racism, and sexism.
“Bring It On” is an exciting film that explores the cutthroat world of a competitive cheerleading team. Kirsten Dunst delivers a standout performance as the determined and tenacious Torrance, and the film features impressive cheerleading squad routines that impress viewers.
If you’re looking for a feel-good movie with strong female friendships, “Bring It On” is the perfect film.
Bring It On Again (2004)
Whether you’re a fan of cheerleading or not, there’s no denying that the sport takes some extreme athleticism and dedication. So it’s no surprise that the film “Bring It On Again” (2004) is packed with some awe-inspiring stunts and routines.
Directed by Damon Santostefano and starring Anne Judson-Yager and Bree Turner, “Bring It On Again” is the sequel to the popular original.
The story follows a new cheerleading squad as they compete for a spot at the National Championship. But they’ll have to contend with a team of seasoned veterans if they want to take home the gold.
With plenty of high-flying action and sass, “Bring It On Again” is a sure-fire hit for any fan of the original film. So bring your pom-poms and get ready to root for the underdog!
Bring It On: All Or Nothing (2006)
“Bring It On: All Or Nothing” is the third installment in the “Bring It On” Movie series directed bySteve Rash and starring Hayden Panettiere and Solange Knowles-Smith. The film was released direct-to-DVD on August 8, 2006.
The film follows Britney Allen (Hayden Panettiere), the star quarterback of Pacific Vista High School gets transferred to another school after his father loses his job. Now she has to adapt to the new rules and expectations of her school’s cheerleading squad. While the film is full of high-flying stunts and intense competition, it also has a message of acceptance and inclusion.
Britney learns that to be a successful cheerleader; she must first learn to work with others and value their contributions.
As a result, “Bring It On: All Or Nothing” is a film that celebrates teamwork and friendship while providing jaw-dropping entertainment.
If you want to watch a movie featuring cheerleaders and great dance routines, then the “Bring It On” movies are a perfect choice.
Bring It On: In It To Win It (2007)
“Bring It On: In It To Win It” is the fourth film in the popular cheerleading meet franchise. The film follows a talented group of cheerleaders as they compete for the National Championship title. While the film lacks the star power of the previous installments, it makes up for its fast-paced action and exciting choreography.
The film’s standout performance comes from Ashley Benson, who brings charisma and energy to her role as captain of the winning squad.
The scenes were shot at Universal Orlando Resort in Orlando, Florida, and were released straight to video on December 18, 2007.
If you’re looking for a fun and energetic film, “Bring It On: In It To Win It” is worth checking out.
Bring It On: Fight To The Finish (2009)
“Bring It On: Fight To The Finish” was released two years after the previous film. It was again released direct-to-DVD on September 1, 2009, directed by Bille Woodruff and starring Christina Milian and Rolanda Watts.
Starring Christina Milian, Rachele Brooke Smith, Cody Longo, and Vanessa Born, the story follows Lina Cruz (Christina Milian), a tough-as-nails teenager from East L.A.
She gets transferred to a wealthy school (Malibu Vista High School) in the Pacific Palisades after her mother gets a job working for the family of one of the students.
Lina as a newcomer has to struggle in her new school, where she also has to deal with the preppy Avery, the arrogant and highly competitive all-star cheerleading team captain who heads her cheerleading squad, “The Jaguars,” after the high school squad, “The Sea Lions,” did not select her for the captain.
With fantastic dance sequences and plenty of heart, “Bring It On: Fight To The Finish” is an excellent addition to the series.
Bring It On: Worldwide Cheersmack (2017)
“Bring It On: Worldwide Cheersmack” is the sixth installment in the famous “Bring It On” film franchise.
Also known as “Bring It On: Worldwide Showdown in the United Kingdom,” was released in 2017, directed by Robert Adetuyi, and released directly to the video on August 29, 2017.
The story follows Destiny ( Cristine Prosperi) as bossy, overconfident, and often ignorant, and she chooses to ignore her team members and best friend. Robert Adetuyi directed the film, and the cast includes Cristine Prosperi as Destiny Sophie, Vavasseur as Hannah, Jordan Rodrigues as Blake, and Gia Ré as Willow.
While the film features numerous impressive cheerleading squad routines, it also focuses on the friendships and rivalries between the different teams. “Bring It On: Worldwide Cheersmack” is an enjoyable and fast-paced film that will leave viewers rooting for their favorite team.
Well, there you have it; all of the “Bring It On” movies in order of their release date. These direct-to-video sequels have come a long way since their humble beginnings in 2000. With their mix of high-stakes competition, fierce rivalries, and ample doses of humor, the “Bring It On” movies have something for everyone.
So whether you’re in the mood for a lighthearted romp or a suspenseful drama, check out one of these films. You’re sure to be entertained.
“Bring It On” Movies FAQs
Will there be a “Bring It On” 7?
Yes, the cheerleading comedy series will become more prominent in the future as a horror-themed TV movie called “Bring It On: Cheer or Die,” also known as “Bring It On 7.”
Do You Have to Watch the “Bring It On” Movies in Order?
No, all the six films are not connected and do not have the original film’s cast members in every movie. You can watch them in any order.
Is “Bring It On” a trilogy?
No, these films are not direct sequels to each other, and all six films have different stories with different cast members.
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