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Bring It On (22-Aug-2000)

Director: Peyton Reed

Writer: Jessica Bendinger

Keywords: Comedy, Dance, Cheerleaders

A suburban school's cheerleading squad must work to develop a new routine in time for their state's championships after learning of their previous captain's plagiarism.

The Rancho Carne Toros cheerleading squad is the pride of their upper-class San Diego high school, looking to extend a reign of dominance over California's cheerleading landscape into a sixth year thanks to a peppy, fresh, and beloved routine. Trouble appears on the horizon for the Toros when incoming captain Torrance learns of her predecessor's plagiarism of a routine developed by the inner-city Clovers squad of Compton, resulting in an all-out fiasco as Torrance scrambles to develop a new routine to salvage the Toros' title hopes while the Clovers attempt to raise funds necessary to compete in the statewide championships.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jesse Bradford
28-May-1979   Clockstoppers
Kirsten Dunst
30-Apr-1982   Mary-Jane in Spider-Man
Eliza Dushku
30-Dec-1980   Tru Calling
Clementine Ford
29-Jun-1979   The Young and the Restless
Bianca Kajlich
26-Mar-1977   Rules of Engagement
Peyton Reed
Film Director
3-Jul-1964   Yes Man
Ian Roberts
29-Jul-1965   Upright Citizens Brigade
Lindsay Sloane
8-Aug-1977   Valerie Birkhead on Sabrina
Riley Smith
12-Apr-1978   Motocrossed
Gabrielle Union
29-Oct-1972   Night Stalker


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