History Film / BringItOn

20th May '16 1:34:26 PM KimiFW
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** Or TouchedByAnAngel.

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** Or TouchedByAnAngel.Series/TouchedByAnAngel.
31st Jan '16 9:42:32 PM erforce
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** ''In It to Win It'' is the only film to be set at a cheer camp. So naturally the writers peppered the film with ''FridayThe13th'' references (which also takes place at a camp). The opening nightmare scene features a mascot wearing a hockey mask and the rival camp's owner's last name is Voorhees.

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** ''In It to Win It'' is the only film to be set at a cheer camp. So naturally the writers peppered the film with ''FridayThe13th'' ''Franchise/FridayThe13th'' references (which also takes place at a camp). The opening nightmare scene features a mascot wearing a hockey mask and the rival camp's owner's last name is Voorhees.
26th Jan '16 6:35:59 PM atomiccake
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* LuckyTranslation: In the first movie, Torrance says "You know, mothers have killed to get their daughters on squads", to which Mrs Shipman replies with "My mother didn't kill anybody. She hired a hit man." The Japanese language allowed for a pun that expressed Mrs Shipman's attitude much more clearly and succinctly:

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* LuckyTranslation: In the first movie, Torrance says "You know, mothers have killed to get their daughters on squads", to which Mrs Shipman replies with "My "that mother didn't kill anybody. She hired a hit man." The Japanese language allowed for a pun that expressed Mrs Shipman's attitude much more clearly and succinctly:
26th Jan '16 6:34:05 PM atomiccake
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** Britney in ''All or Nothing'' and Lina in ''Fight to the Finish''.
15th Jan '16 11:56:11 PM atomiccake
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*** This is eventually addressed in ''All or Nothing'' where a captain defends her use of an illegal move since the competition is a non-sanctioned music video contest.


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** ''In It to Win It'' is the only film to be set at a cheer camp. So naturally the writers peppered the film with ''FridayThe13th'' references (which also takes place at a camp). The opening nightmare scene features a mascot wearing a hockey mask and the rival camp's owner's last name is Voorhees.
15th Nov '15 12:40:00 PM eroock
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* DreamIntro: The film beings with Torrance and her cheerleading squad doing an awesome, boastful cheer in the school gym... then she's suddenly naked and humiliated in front of the crowd. She wakes up realizing it was just a bad dream.
15th Nov '15 12:39:11 PM eroock
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'''''Bring It On''''' is a {{Troperiffic}} film franchise, currently containing five installments. Only the first was released as a theatrical film, the other four were released DirectToVideo.

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'''''Bring ''Bring It On''''' On'' is a {{Troperiffic}} film franchise, currently containing five installments. Only the first was released as a theatrical film, the other four were released DirectToVideo.
26th Oct '15 11:12:56 PM Cindylover1969
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* SelfDeprecation: Sort of - when Camille complains "(Britney) thinks she's all that," one of her fellow cheerleaders points out "Name ''one'' cheerleader who doesn't."
26th Oct '15 11:09:42 PM Cindylover1969
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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: According to the end credits of ''Bring It On: All Or Nothing'', Hayden '''Panetierre''' plays Britney.

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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: According to the end credits of ''Bring It On: All Or Nothing'', Hayden '''Panetierre''' plays Britney.[[note]]She also has a song heard in the movie - and curiously, her name is spelled ''correctly'' in the music credits.[[/note]]
28th Aug '15 4:36:01 PM RoseAndHeather
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** Missy's audition features the line, "Your school has no gymnastics team, this is a last resort." Except, as even the most casual USA gym fan can tell you, competitive gymnastics is coordinated almost exclusively through USAG, the sport's governing body[[note]]with the exception of XCEL, an alternative/more casual competitive program, and a few others[[/note]], not schools. Those who do compete for a school's gymnastics team will, almost without exception, compete primarily for their gym, with the school team a nice side bonus. All of which means that, had Missy been even remotely competitive, Rancho Carne's lack of a gymnastics team would have been no hindrance at all to her gymnastics career.

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** Missy's audition features the line, "Your school has no gymnastics team, this is a last resort." Except, as even the most casual USA gym fan can tell you, competitive gymnastics is coordinated almost exclusively through USAG, the sport's governing body[[note]]with the exception of XCEL, an alternative/more casual competitive program, and a few others[[/note]], not schools. Those who do compete for a school's gymnastics team will, almost without exception, compete primarily for their gym, with the school team a nice side bonus. All of which means that, had Missy been even remotely competitive, Rancho Carne's lack of a gymnastics team would have been no hindrance at all to her gymnastics career.[[note]]This changes in college, where Division I NCAA gymnastics programs are a Very Big Deal, but high school gymnastics is essentially an afterthought for most competitive gymnasts.[[/note]]
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