Dating all the way back to 2000, this post is a guide on how you should watch the “Bring It On” movies in order, and how many “Bring It On” movies are there.
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How many “Bring It On” movies are there?
Since the first film, “Bring It On”, premiered in the year, 2000, it has birthed an additional five films, making it a total of six “Bring It On” movies released to date, with the last title, “Bring It On: Worldwide #Cheersmack” hitting the screens in 2017.
And now let’s do a rundown of these movies in order of watch.
“Bring It On” movies in order
Based on popular demand, here are the “Bring It On” movies in the right order you should watch.
|Bring It On
|Bring It on: Again
|Bring It on: All or Nothing
|Bring It On: In It to Win It
|Bring It on: Fight to the Finish
|Bring It On: Worldwide #Cheersmack
Bring It On
Torrance Shipman, a popular and ambitious high school student is named the new captain of the Rancho Carne High School cheerleading squad, the Toros. She is excited about leading the team to another successful year and dreams of securing a sixth consecutive national championship.
Sooner did she discover that the previous captain had been stealing cheers from another squad, the East Compton Clovers, led by Isis.
Now, she must work to create original routines for the Toros, albeit while facing various challenges, including internal conflicts, romantic entanglements, the pressure to maintain their winning streak, and fierce competition from the Clovers who are frustrated by the theft of their cheers.
Bring It On: Again
This time, the story follows Whittier Smith, a college freshman attending California State College. Whittier decides to try out for the college cheerleading squad, the Hellcats, hoping to follow in her mother’s footsteps and experience the excitement of cheerleading.
Upon joining the squad, Whittier befriends her quirky roommate, Monica, and meets a diverse group of cheerleaders with distinct personalities. The Hellcats, led by the strict and ambitious Tina, are determined to win the national championship.
However, the Hellcats face a setback when Tina injures herself during a practice session. This prompts a leadership vacuum, and the squad must find a new captain to lead them to victory.
Bring It On: All or Nothing
Britney Allen’s life, a high school cheerleader from affluent Pacific Vista High School, takes a drastic turn when she is transferred to Crenshaw Heights, a more urban and less privileged school.
At Crenshaw Heights, she clashes with the culture shock but soon discovers the vibrant and talented cheerleading squad, The Crenshaw Heights Warriors, led by Camille. Despite initial resistance from the team, her cheerleading skills and determination earn her a spot on the squad.
However, they are soon faced with a formidable rival in the form of the Pacific Vista High Pirates, Britney’s former school. The Pirates, led by the ruthless and scheming captain Winnie Harper, are determined to win the national cheerleading championship.
Bring It On: In It to Win It
The story revolves around two rival cheerleading squads: the East Coast Jets and the West Coast Sharks. At the annual cheer camp in Florida, the teams find themselves facing off in a cheer-off competition. The rivalry between the two squads intensifies when Carson, the captain of the West Coast Sharks, and Brooke, the captain of the East Coast Jets, end up swapping lives after a chance encounter.
Carson and Brooke each experience life on the other side of the country, adopting the routines and challenges of the opposing squad. Along the way, they discover unexpected friendships and romantic connections, complicating their loyalty to their original teams.
Bring It On: Fight to the Finish
Similar to “Bring It On: All or Nothing”, Lina Cruz, a high school student from East Los Angeles, talented and passionate cheerleader who dreams of winning the national cheerleading championship with her high school squad, the East L.A. Jaguars. However, her world is turned upside down when her family’s financial troubles force them to move to Malibu.
At her new school, she meets a different cheerleading culture with the school’s cheerleading team and must work hard to bring her own unique style and passion to the Pacific Vista cheerleading team.
Bring It On: Worldwide #Cheersmack
Destiny, a talented and ambitious cheerleader from the Rebels, a squad in Trinidad and Tobago, dreams of winning the “Cheer Goddess Championship,” an international cheerleading competition that brings together teams from around the world.
To achieve her dream, Destiny and her squad set out on a journey to compete against some of the best cheerleading teams globally.
And there you have it, folks, the right way to watch the “Bring It On” movies in order. Give this post a thumbs up by sharing it if you find it helpful, and as always, I’ll see y’all tomorrow, #peace out!!!