Bring It On: Fight To The Finish [Blu-ray] [Region Free]
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In the all-new movie from the director of Honey, Bring It On: Fight to the Finish sees Los Angeles high school cheer squad captain Lina Cruz (Christina Milian) and her best friends Gloria (Vanessa Born) and Treyvonetta (Gabrielle Dennis) with high hopes of winning the Spirit Championships with the team’s fiery fusion of Latin and hip-hop moves. Instead, Lina’s world is turned upside down when her mother remarries and her family relocates to Malibu, where she is forced to adjust to a new home, a new stepsister (Holland Roden) and a new school with a terrible cheer squad. Always ready for a challenge, Lina takes on the daunting task on transforming her school cheer squad into a winning team, but she will have to get past the award-winning Jaguar cheer squad and their sassy captain, Avery (Rachele Smith). Lina’s budding romance with Avery’s brother Evan (Cody Longo) only intensifies the rivalry. With the stakes higher than ever before, Lina devises a bold plan that could blow the Jaguars right off the competition floor and lead her team to victory.
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Lina Cruz [Christina Milian] is a selfish, sharp-witted cheerleader from a disadvantaged school in East L.A. who gets transferred to Malibu Vista High School after her widowed mother remarries a wealthy man in a reversal of `all or nothing'.
On he first day Lina faces off against Avery [Rachele Brooke Smith], the stuck up and arrogant All-Star cheerleading Captain of 'The Jaguars' after the high school squad, 'The Sea Lions', refused to make her Captain. Lina goes to the school stadium to check The sea Lions out and meets Evan, who she soon has a crush on, but finds out he's Avery' brother. The Sea Lions soon make the talented Lina their captain, but the team sucks so Lina recruits two of her old school pals. At a basketball game, the Sea Lions go on and perform, but their human pyramid collapses and The Jaguars step in and upstage the home team. The remainder of the film centres on Lina' attempts to get her team into shape against the backdrop of her on/off romance with Evan.
Of all the `Bring it On' films this probably has the most developed story but it is highly predicable and mimicks many of the earlier films, but it's still light and entertaining. The acting is good and the characters are more developed in this although they are over the top as you'd expect from this series. Of all, this is probably the most family friendly of the lot, but like the others it's still a 12 rating probably due to the fact it uses a number of racial slurs to highlight the cultural difference. There are plenty of dance routines to keep the interest but they are more `party' atmosphere than hard on cheers -at least until the end sequences, which are awesome as ever. Once again a consistent **** rating.
The film lacks the charm of the original, but is far superior to the 2nd and 3rd Bring It On movies, probably best to rent rather than buy as it doesn't seem a film you'd like to experience more than once.
I think "Bring it on fight to the finish" is the best "Bring it on" I have ever seen and I have seen all of them. But what I like the most is when thay all go back to the All Star competition and win. Some of the scenes in the movie are beautiful and the story line of it is amazing, one of the best and people my age will love it (I'm 13+). It's a fantastic film for children my age to watch and teaches you no matter how good or bad you start out to be if you train hard you could be one of the best.
Still, it's light and entertaining. If you were in a particularly dark and cynical mood, perhaps something such as Sweeny Todd or Queen of the Damned would be more appropriate. But for some laughs and smiles and some cool cheer routines, this is not a disappointment.
I really liked the characters, but maybe the 'Jaguars' leader was a little wooden, and definitely needed to eat a burger or two. Christina Milian at least looks fab and holds a very healthy feminine figure, something often lacking in Hollywood!
Politics aside, it's hard not to like this film, unless of course cheerleaders and saccharine sweet chick flicks are not your thing.
I didn't give it five stars because it's not the most intelligent plot and it is predictable, but you get exactly what it says on the box.
The routines arent as polished as the ones in the two films mentioned above. The winning team's routine at the end is nowhere near as good as their trailing rivals.
The thing that annoyed me most in this film is the constant race issues that were kept being thrown in your face. Most of the 'Bring it on' films have underlining race issues but this one is too much. Okay Okay, the main character is Latino. We get the point!!!
Also, the 'good girls' who are shy and decent think that to be liked they need to gyrate their hips around and talk street to be noticed.
The storyline is weak and the characters are either too wooden or too OTT.
Dont bother with this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My daughter loves this movie and has watched it several times. Well worth the purchasePublished 7 months ago by Georgina Bull
I LOVED this film - I am 12 years old and I think this film would be for girls aged 12 - 15 years of age and I highly recommend this film and the rest of the bring it on films!Published 11 months ago by Bobby Peru