Bring It On: Fight to the Finish (2009)

PG-13   |  Video   |    |  Comedy, Sport


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Lina Cruz and her family move from the urban streets of East Los Angeles to the sunny beach town of Malibu - where at her new school, she attempts to beat competitive cheer coach Avery in the Spirit Championships.


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14 September 2009 | nodakbutterfly
5
| GIVING AS A Christmas GIFT THIS YEAR!
I am sitting in pure amazement! This was the most inspiring, bright and delightful movie I have seen this decade! Wonderful! Outstanding! The acting was not at all sub-par... Victor was most definitely the best character, who developed and matured as the movie went on... and the cattiness had a purpose because everyone learned a very valuable lesson. Oh wait... NO, none of that is correct. I own this video now and when I watch it next I plan on fastforwarding through all the talking and watching only the dancing. PS anyone who thought Victor was HOT... try getting checked out at the Walmart Vision Center instead of the back of the 3rd rate neighborhood van you currently frequent; of course he is probably better than your present jailhouse penpal boytoy you tote as 'man of the year'.

Peace out!

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