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Bring It On: All or Nothing

By Heather Boerner, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Older teens may find something to cheer about.

Movie PG-13 2006 99 minutes
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Community Reviews

age 13+

Based on 4 parent reviews

age 10+

real fun

i think this movie is really fun even though there are nasty words, i don’t see the problem in winnies dance. some parents just tend to overreact but our kids are so advanced these days that, we shouldn’t be so protective. i really liked how rihanna reacted to winnie and how they became friends at the end.
age 14+

A Good Movie For TEENS

My now 14 and 16 year old watched this movie a few years back at a sleepover. They liked it a lot and came home and rewatched it. I watched it with them because the movie was all they talked about. I was floored when I heard the cursing and the sexual references in this movie. I did not think it was appropriate for a 12 and 10 year old. They are 4 years older now and I would be fine with them watching it. I think it’s appropriate for teens.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (4 ):
Kids say (13 ):

Bring It On: All or Nothing is an entertaining, if raunchy, movie that mines the teen zeitgeist for new pop cultural references. Teens will probably want to rent it, although parents may roll their eyes at the clichéd premise. The plot is staid, and the action predictable. This installment in the series steals ideas from many different movies and TV shows. Like Save the Last Dance, the white girl appropriates hip-hop moves to become part of the group and to express her creativity. Like Legally Blond, Britney proves herself to be smarter than she at first seems. Like Mean Girls, she has to deal with a Queen Bee who's desperate to be on top.

Just because it's unoriginal doesn't mean it isn't enjoyable, however. The music is fun, and the actors are lively and well cast. Despite its cheesiness, teens may like it, although there are many better movies about teen life out there. And like All You've Got, All or Nothing hooks in with a pop singer to sell that artist's work. It's a good opportunity to educate teens about the realities of advertising in their favorite programs.

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