BRING IT ON: WORLDWIDE #CHEERSMACK REVIEWED
“Bring It On: Worldwide #Cheersmack” is an obnoxious title. For SEO purposes, I’ll say the word Cheersmack once more. The film is about Vivica A. Fox as the Cheer Goddess summoning non-legal girls together to compete in a Twitter fueled cheer event. All these cheer squads around the world emerge to battle it out, but it makes me wonder one thing. Which one of these kids is Eliza Dushku’s out-of-wedlock child from the first movie. It’s been 17 years, so that hypothetical child could be in this.
My wife just informed me that Eliza Dushku didn’t have a sex scene in the first “Bring It On”. I asked her what film I’m thinking of and she said it’s my sketchbook of movie ideas. Well, anyways…Twitter and teen girls and digital choreography come together to make me feel old. Really, why couldn’t one of these girls be Dusku’s love child? If you told me that Torrance Shipman had a bastard, I wouldn’t believe you. But, I could buy Missy Pantone being in the family way during the first film’s end credits. Make my idea happen, Universal.
I still don’t know what a Cheersmack is and I don’t care to find out.
- Gag Reel
- 1.78:1 1080p transfer
- DTS-HD 5.1 master audio track
RELEASE DATE: 8/29/2017
- Video - 94%94%
- Audio - 94%94%
- Supplemental Material - 90%90%
- Film Score - 80%80%
The Plot Thus Far
Vivica A. Fox makes her Bring It On debut as Cheer Goddess, the Internet’s most popular “Cheer-lebrity.” When Destiny (Prosperi), captain of three-time national champions “The Rebels,” is challenged to a global cheer showdown by an edgy new team called “The Truth,” the Cheer Goddess organizes a virtual battle for squads from all around the world. It seems like the whole world wants to take down Destiny and her team, and they just might succeed, unless Destiny can rise to the challenge, set her ego aside and figure out who her real friends are.