Bring It on [DVD] [2000]

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Bring It on [DVD] [2000]

Bring It on [DVD] [2000]

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A couple of weeks before we started shooting I stopped by the rehearsal places at the gym, and the first half of the day were these amazing dance choreographies and in the second half of the day were the gymnastic and cheerleading moves being rehearsed. Music also spread neatly to the surrounds, which provided positive reinforcement of the forward spectrum.

When you were prepping this film to what degree did you have the cheerleading routines mapped out in your mind? You'll talk to the studio who'll say they have trouble with this scene or this line, and then when you ask really direct questions like will this help- they can't answer that. He sees cheerleading and its high school participants for the flashy shows they are, and he brings out the best in the visual areas.Bring It On provides a wealth of supplemental materials, starting with a fine audio commentary from director Peyton Reed. Reed talks about production details, alterations made to the script, casting information and actor notes, and lots of thoughts on story interpretation.

Many single-participant tracks drag at times and can be flat, but Reed proves to be extremely chatty and informative. Obviously some parents would find that objectionable, but the fact that one rating encompasses "Billy Elliot" and "Reservoir Dogs" is really weird. We put all the actors through a 4 week cheerleader camp, it was great just watching Eliza because of all the actors, I think she got into it the most. A true guilty pleasure about the world of cheerleading, it was a rather popular movie released during the late-summer dumping ground weeks followed by an issue as one of the must-have DVDs of its time and sparked endless debates on the fledgling internet as to whether it was intended to be taken seriously or not- one posting I remember asked if it should be considered an "exploitation film that doesn't deliver". Some of the material appears elsewhere, but enough of it is new and interesting to make this a fun little feature.Some of this footage also appears during the end credits, but here we get a full 40-second looksie at the two young ladies. An unexpected side effect of Bring It On however has been a stream of direct-to-video in-name-only sequels over the past decade, none of which continue the original's storyline or characters but just bring more stories of cheerleading to the screen. By rejecting non-essential cookies, Reddit may still use certain cookies to ensure the proper functionality of our platform. Nonetheless, it’s a fun piece that’s executed in a manner that flirts with excess and absurdity but manages to keep enough of a foot in reality to be entertaining. You learn a few facts about the production and the participants’ backgrounds, and it’s all painless enough.



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