History Headscratchers / BringItOn

2nd Apr '16 5:42:37 AM lokikitten
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** Really the Clovers were lucky that Torrence wasn't as evil as Big Red, because without any concrete evidence what would stop the Toros from claiming that it was ''their'' routine that was stolen? Hate to say it, but who would the officials most likely believe? The affluent five time national champions, or the ghetto squad who appeared to come out of nowhere with an award winning routine?

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** Really the Clovers were lucky that Torrence wasn't as evil as Big Red, because without any concrete evidence what would stop the Toros from claiming that it was ''their'' routine that was stolen? Hate to say it, but who would the officials most likely believe? The affluent five time national champions, or the ghetto squad who appeared to come out of nowhere with an award winning routine?routine?
*One thing that continues to confuse me about this movie. Did none of the parents from the Clovers school record their cheers during games? If I'm remembering correctly Big Red only stole the routines by recording them as they did their halftime show. So if the Clovers wanted to prove that their routines were being stolen couldn't they just check the timestamps of the recording of their routine versus whenever the Toros did theirs?
10th Nov '15 11:34:17 PM KittyKaxx
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** Really the Clovers were lucky that Torrence wasn't as evil as Big Red, because without any concrete evidence what would stop the Toros from claiming that it was 'their' routine that was stolen? Hate to say it, but who would the officials most likely believe? The affluent five time national champions, or the ghetto squad who appeared to come out of nowhere with an award winning routine?

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** Really the Clovers were lucky that Torrence wasn't as evil as Big Red, because without any concrete evidence what would stop the Toros from claiming that it was 'their' ''their'' routine that was stolen? Hate to say it, but who would the officials most likely believe? The affluent five time national champions, or the ghetto squad who appeared to come out of nowhere with an award winning routine?
10th Nov '15 11:33:39 PM KittyKaxx
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** Really the Clovers were lucky that Torrence wasn't as evil as Big Red, because without any concrete evidence that their routines were stolen what would stop the Toros from claiming that the Clovers were the ones who stole 'their' routine? Hate to say it, but who would the officials most likely believe? The affluent five time national champions, or the more ghetto squad who appeared to come out of nowhere with an award winning routine?

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** Really the Clovers were lucky that Torrence wasn't as evil as Big Red, because without any concrete evidence that their routines were stolen what would stop the Toros from claiming that the Clovers were the ones who stole it was 'their' routine? routine that was stolen? Hate to say it, but who would the officials most likely believe? The affluent five time national champions, or the more ghetto squad who appeared to come out of nowhere with an award winning routine?
10th Nov '15 11:31:53 PM KittyKaxx
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** The Clovers were creating original routines every year to use at games, but the Toros would come and steal it and use it in competitions. Both squads recycled their previous years routines for their own games, while practicing their competitive routine in secret.

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** The Clovers were creating original routines every year to use at games, but the Toros would come and steal it and use it in competitions. Both squads recycled their previous years routines for their own games, while practicing their competitive routine in secret.secret.
**Really the Clovers were lucky that Torrence wasn't as evil as Big Red, because without any concrete evidence that their routines were stolen what would stop the Toros from claiming that the Clovers were the ones who stole 'their' routine? Hate to say it, but who would the officials most likely believe? The affluent five time national champions, or the more ghetto squad who appeared to come out of nowhere with an award winning routine?
27th May '15 10:32:07 AM Illuminatus
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* Alright it's been years since i have seen this movie and i just noticed that the Toro's won previously with the Clovers routine at nationals. but the Clovers finally get to come to Nationals and they aren't accused of stealing Toro's routine? of course i'm assuming the clovers came up with something new or writers didnt think of it at the time.

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* Alright it's been years since i have seen this movie and i just noticed that the Toro's won previously with the Clovers routine at nationals. but the Clovers finally get to come to Nationals and they aren't accused of stealing Toro's routine? of course i'm assuming the clovers came up with something new or writers didnt think of it at the time.time.
** The Clovers were creating original routines every year to use at games, but the Toros would come and steal it and use it in competitions. Both squads recycled their previous years routines for their own games, while practicing their competitive routine in secret.
13th Apr '15 6:54:10 PM ladyscythe
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** Well, technically it was still her fault that they got suckered by a scam artist. I guess they were mad that Torrance didn't check the guy out more thoroughly before hiring him. If she had hired a legitimate choreographer the plan would have worked perfectly. They dodged a bullet to be sure, but I guess their thinking was that if Torrance had done better research the bullet would never have fired in the first place (if that makes any sense).

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** Well, technically it was still her fault that they got suckered by a scam artist. I guess they were mad that Torrance didn't check the guy out more thoroughly before hiring him. If she had hired a legitimate choreographer the plan would have worked perfectly. They dodged a bullet to be sure, but I guess their thinking was that if Torrance had done better research the bullet would never have fired in the first place (if that makes any sense).sense).
* Alright it's been years since i have seen this movie and i just noticed that the Toro's won previously with the Clovers routine at nationals. but the Clovers finally get to come to Nationals and they aren't accused of stealing Toro's routine? of course i'm assuming the clovers came up with something new or writers didnt think of it at the time.
19th May '13 2:37:23 PM Tuomas
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** Also, it must feel pretty patronizing for the poor and (mostly) black Clovers for accept money from rich white folks. As Isis points out, they don't want charity, they want to make it to the finals through own effort. Writing Pauletta Patton is their own idea and their own effort, so getting the money through her is not the same as getting it from Torrance.

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** Also, it must feel pretty patronizing for the poor and (mostly) black Clovers for to accept money from rich white folks. As Isis points out, they don't want charity, they want to make it to the finals through own effort. Writing Pauletta Patton is their own idea and their own effort, so getting the money through her is not the same as getting it from Torrance.
19th May '13 2:37:07 PM Tuomas
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*** Most likely it was because the help came from the enemy

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*** Most likely it was because the help came from the enemyenemy.
** Also, it must feel pretty patronizing for the poor and (mostly) black Clovers for accept money from rich white folks. As Isis points out, they don't want charity, they want to make it to the finals through own effort. Writing Pauletta Patton is their own idea and their own effort, so getting the money through her is not the same as getting it from Torrance.
13th Aug '11 8:34:02 PM cbast
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** Not surprising; all the other cheerleaders on the squad were characterized as less than intelligent, so they probably didn't think this through.

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** Not surprising; all the other cheerleaders on the squad were characterized as less than intelligent, so they probably didn't think this through.through.
** Well, technically it was still her fault that they got suckered by a scam artist. I guess they were mad that Torrance didn't check the guy out more thoroughly before hiring him. If she had hired a legitimate choreographer the plan would have worked perfectly. They dodged a bullet to be sure, but I guess their thinking was that if Torrance had done better research the bullet would never have fired in the first place (if that makes any sense).
15th Jan '11 8:04:17 AM lissathecocoa
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*The Toros REALLY dodged a bullet by hiring Sparky, yet it seems that EVERYONE gets pissed at Torrance. If the team had stuck with the original, stolen, choreography, it would have been just them and the Clovers doing the same routine, setting off a whole investigation about WHY, and possibly ending in disqualification and even the NCA taking back some of the trophies. As it was, the school lucked out and became just another victim in a scam ring. Yet no one notices this

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*The Toros REALLY dodged a bullet by hiring Sparky, yet it seems that EVERYONE gets pissed at Torrance. If the team had stuck with the original, stolen, choreography, it would have been just them and the Clovers doing the same routine, setting off a whole investigation about WHY, and possibly ending in disqualification and even the NCA taking back some of the trophies. As it was, the school lucked out and became just another victim in a scam ring. Yet no one notices thisthis
**Not surprising; all the other cheerleaders on the squad were characterized as less than intelligent, so they probably didn't think this through.
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