Bring It On
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The most exuberantly funny and smartest teen movie this summer, which is something to cheer about.
New York Daily News
Clever, slightly edgy fun.
Jokes, cheerleading and a love story...not a bad way to spend a lazy afternoon.
The New York Times
It is Ms. Dunst who carries the movie and unifies its disparate elements. She's a terrific comic actress.
Unexpected late-summer treat.
A moderately entertaining, mostly inoffensive piece of filmmaking.
Predictable and surprisingly confusing in its ultimate message.
A strange mutant beast, half Nickelodeon movie, half R-rated comedy. It's like kids with potty-mouth playing grownup.
She (Dunst) provides the only major element of Bring It On that plays as tweaking parody rather than slick, strident, body-slam churlishness.
Absurdly unrealistic at times.
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