The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Bring It On: All or Nothing gets snaps for its nightmarish homecoming scene, a nod to, of all movies, Carrie.
Older teens may find something to cheer about.
Shamefully, it's all very fun to watch - but only in the same way as Soul Man is fun to watch, i.e. not on any justifiably objective level.
If those are my choices, I'll go with 'nothing.'
Someone over at Universal figured that "cheerleaders = money," and that's basically how sequels get made these days.
Some funny moments, but nothing we haven't seen before.
It wasn't that bad for a sequel of Bring It On. Hayden Panettiere and Solange Knowles carried the film and the guy wasn't that bad. It's probably one of the best out of the sequels, which doesn't really say much. The beginning of the film was quite funny and the ending was one that made you smile. It's not as bad as people make it out to be, I'd reccomend it.
I was very surprised to find this actually wasn't all that bad! Of course the original one was better, and this is just a b grade piece of fluff, but it was enjoyable. A few laughs and kept me interested right through to the end even though it was totally predictable. If you liked the original, give it a shot.
Another surprisingly decent entry into a straight to video franchise. Panettiere gets in training for her costume in Heroes, in this expose of American schools and the class system. It's like series 4 of The Wire all over again. The acting is fine and at times is even inspired in comedy terms. Great supporting characters and witty one liners, plus a healthy dose of funny racist-lite humour. Nice choreography, cheerleaders and the feeling that everybody is having fun, make this an enjoyable watch.
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