This sprightly, sardonic sequel to Bring It On
has little connection to the Kirsten Dunst
comedy, but is a lot of fun on its own terms. Freshman Whittier (Anne Judson-Yager) arrives at California State University in Los Angeles intent on auditioning for the cheerleading squad. Discovering student life to be a mix of the mundane (dumb football players) and iconoclastic (sundry militants), she buddies up with a former rival (Faune Chambers), for comfort, and gets an easygoing boyfriend (Richard Lee Jackson). But after impressing the shrewish head cheerleader, Tina (Bree Turner), with her astonishing agility, Whittier is lured to campus celebrity and briefly loses her head--and friends. After wising up, Tina dismisses Whittier from the squad, forcing the outcast to start a rival (and much sexier) cheerleading crew. Broad performances, particularly Turners monstrous child of privilege, make Bring It On Again worth a visit. --Tom Keogh
Spin-off of the successful teen comedy 'Bring It On'. Whittier (Anne Judson-Yager) arrives at college fresh from cheerleading camp, confident that she will be included in the national varsity cheerleading team. But head cheerleader Tina (Bree Turner) and her friend Marni (Joie Lenz) are threatened by Whittier's good looks and obvious talent, and proceed to mess up both her cheerleading and her love life. Whittier strikes back by forming a new squad of her own to challenge the varsity squad at the national championship.