Work colleagues Hanna and Amanda are unexpectedly laid off. Since Amanda is leaving town, Hanna deposits both of their severance checks into her account. Unfortunately, Hanna screwed up and the money went somewhere it wasn’t intended – which puts her on a direct collision course with some eligible and not so eligible bachelors. Now, between her search for a new job and her hilarious forays into babysitting Amanda’s son, Hanna has to find and retrieve the loot in this hilarious misadventure that proves romance happens where and when you least expect it.
Hanna makes a big mistake that puts her on a direct collision course with some eligible and not-so-eligible bachelors. Now, between her search for a new job and her hilarious forays into ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Richard V (au) wrote: Morgan Spurlock (Supersize Me) delivers a fascinating look at masculinity and male grooming in American culture. Comedians and comic actors lend their opinions to topics about moustaches, beards, and hair.
Michael S (ru) wrote: Considering what how much was spent on it.....solid effort.
J L (es) wrote: The story cudda been better but thats 4givenn by cool animation, action, voice talent, music and a cool ending.
Carlos R (ag) wrote: This movie does not deserve all the hate it was getting when released. Yes, it does have tons of flaws, but it offers many new creative twists to the formula.
Eliabeth S (it) wrote: Entertaining and touching, though the actors aren't super-awesome and some moments are definitely forced. Still worth watching!
Ryan A (au) wrote: What I got to say about "Bring It On" is that it is a phenomenal movie to sit down an enjoy. "It's funny, smart, clever, and entertaining." The performances by the whole cast is outstanding. "Kirsten Dunst has good chemistry between Gabrielle Union and Jesse Bradford in each scenes that Kirsten Dunst is in with them." The directing by Peyton Reed is great. The screenplay by Jessica Bendinger is really well done with a fluffy storyline to it. The cinematography is really good especially, when you combines the choreography into it, it works so beautifully. Finally, the score on this movie is great and works great in the movie. "I'm raving that "Bring It On" might be a cheer leading movie but it also has a heart full of confidence and hope to never give up but prove that you will succeed!"
Bob F (us) wrote: Very cute and extremely animal welfare-friendly.
Private U (de) wrote: love da movie...superb...2 thumps up 2 dis movie!
Dane D (au) wrote: Succeeded in what it was trying to accomplish and Lambert gives does well. However the film is extremely boring and the directing was horrible. Plot could cause much confusion in those who do not have a background on this topic as well. Not worth watching unless you are a fan of Christopher
Dom E (mx) wrote: Gave up watching it... That speaks enough methinks
Felipe F (ru) wrote: Sidney Lumet crafts an enthralling depiction of police corruption in the 70's that is highly elevated by a powerhouse performance from Al Pacino.
Rachel S (fr) wrote: This is a great story but I wish the movie narrated it a little better. Jeremy Irons is always a pleasure to watch.