Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Sequel gives teen girls something to cheer about.
A decent sequel that doesn't straight out copy its predecessor. The cheers aren't as good and the characters aren't as likable or interesting, but it holds its own.
Not as good as the original 'Bring It On' but it was alright! Not that good!
This is exactly what you would expect it to be. Not as good as the original, of course, no name cast, straight to DVD (I assume). Having said that, I do kind of like these movies. Though they are not exactly good, they are light, fun and I don't mind the cheerleading. I would rather that than a dance movie - those I do find tedious.
Story is a bit silly and there's a sub plot with the principal that seems to get forgotten along the way, but aside from that, enjoyable piece of fluff, with likable cast, if you keep your expectations low.
Predictable, light and enjoyable, this movie only really suffers more when compared to the original. The cast features nobody memorable although the characters all manage to have one decent moment each. It's not that anybody is terrible, they're just not as good as those in the original film.
There is some fun to be had, fortunately, and most of this comes from the moments with Whittier (Anne Judson-Yager) and her new squad practicing cheers alongside surprised sportsmen involved in games such as softball, fencing and croquet.
Bree Turner makes up in looks for what she lacks in acting experience.
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