Bring It On: Cheer or Die

Movie review by Barbara Shulgasser-Parker, Common Sense Media
Bring It On: Cheer or Die Movie

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age 14+

Cheerleaders meet psycho killers; violence, language.

PG-13 2022 91 minutes

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Amateur Night at the Bijou

Oh, how the mighty have fallen! When I watched the first film in this series, I found it sorta' cute and at least entertaining. And now we have this... You have to ask yourself why. The once mighty Toros were once at the top of the food chain. Now, they're all broke, destitute, and cannot win a single competition against another "team." While preparing for cheerleading "finals," they all decide to have a lockdown in an abandoned school so they can "cram" a 24-hour session. Once there, they start, uh, disappearing. This reminded me of an "Amateur Night at the Bijou" attempt at a movie. All characters are your basic run-of-the-mill teenagers found in this type of movie. It isn't scary, or threatening, or entertaining, or bloody. It's simply stupid. And when the "killers" are finally introduced, I burst out laughing. I am just now learning this premiered on SyFy channel (which I get for free). Wish I would have known; I could have saved myself $4.99! Rated PG-13 for some salty language and mild violence. Not recommended.

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