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Bring It On Cast Clovers

When I viewed the film "Bring It On" years ago, I was unaware that it had been adapted into a stage musical. The tale is portrayed in a unique way via the cheery, sincere songs written by Tom Kitt, Amanda Green, and Lin-Manuel Miranda. Miranda's name piqued my interest, since I've grown to appreciate his work over the last year. This musical is neither "Hamilton" or "In the Heights," yet it, like Miranda's solo ventures, captures the dreams of youth and their desire to rise beyond strife. These tunes are upbeat, energetic, and excellent for exercising, with brilliant lyrics that flow with compassion and adolescent wit. I like this album and listen to it often, particularly in the gym. I can't choose a favorite song—they're all equally enjoyable.

The two-decade-old comedy also stars Kirsten Dunst, 39, Eliza Dushku, 41, and Jesse Bradford, 42, and centers on the rah-rah rivalry between the mostly white âTorosâ cheer team from San Diego, California, and the unashamedly black âCloversâ cheerleaders from East Compton.

In a popular TikTok video, Gabrielle Union reveals the unknown, frightening facts behind the âBring It Onâ movie trailer. Everett Collegiate/Universal

This is not to dismiss the genre's familiar pleasures - the beautiful, clothes-shy young stars (the film gets to leer and satirise such leering! ); the witty dialogue and bitchiness; the screenplay's sharp take on traditional issues of power and community; revelatory, stylised dreams and memories; the unforced energy. 'Bring it on' is a rare example of a musical in the past several decades, and the numerous cheering routines are exhilarating and imaginative, exposing to many a previously unknown function of a widely hated organization while preserving the right to tongue-hollow that cheek. (AND a Shakespearean conclusion in which the performers return after the curtain to demonstrate that it was all a performance).

Bring It On (titulada: A por todas en Espaa y Triunfos Robados & Dale en Hispanoamérica) is una pelicula de comedia estadounidense de 2000, protagonizada por Kirsten Dunst, Eliza Dushku, y Gabrielle Union. Peyton Reed directed the film, which was written by Jessica Bendinger. The film was followed by four direct-to-DVD sequels in 2004 and 2006, respectively: Bring It On: All or Nothing, Bring It On: In It to Win It, and Bring It On: Fight to the Finish.

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