Watch Bring It On
- 1 hr 38 min
Torrance Shipman has it all figured out. She has a college boyfriend, super easy classes and is the newest Captain of the Rancho Carne High School Cheerleading Squad in San Diego. The team is known for it's awesome routine and it's National Championships. Torance is eager to prove she is Captain material and the Toro Cheerleaders are sure they have this year's national competition in the bag. The previous captain handed down a flawless routine which is sure to dazzle the judges. Everything seems perfect when Torrance gets a rude awakening. Torrance discovers the team's previous captain was stealing cheers and routines, including the routine they were planning to take to Nationals. Torrance comes face to face with the team they had been stealing from, the East Compton Clovers, and is determined to show the Clovers that the Toros can bring it. Torrance is also faced with another complication in the form of Missy, a new student who only wants to join the teams because the school has no gymnastics program. She is cynical and stubborn and just what Torrance needs. With Missy at her side, Torrance must convince her teammates to compete on their own terms. With the Cheerleading Competition close at hand Missy convinces Torrance cannot go to Nationals with a stolen routine. Torrance convinces the team they must drop all of their old, stolen, routines and come together to create new and totally original cheers. Together they must come up with Championship cheers, from scratch. The team must turn down every avenue in order to come up with original ideas and moves and they must work harder than ever to prove to themselves and others that they can do it. Creating new cheers isn't as easy as she thinks, especially when the Clovers decide they've had enough. The Clovers are determined to make it to Nationals, despite financial troubles, and put the Torros in their place. The two Captains butt heads and tensions rise between the two teams. Despite being the poorer of the two schools, East Compton is determined to figure out a way to get to Nationals. Torrance, eager to win back her teams reputation, wants the Clovers to make it to the competition. The one way to prove her team is the best is to let them compete against the best. Along with typical high school problems, boys, parents and homework, Torrance must keep her team together long enough to prove to the Clovers and to the world that the Toros are number one.