Bring It On: Fight to the Finish
Christina Milian stars as sassy cheer captain Lina Cruz, whose world is turned upside-down when her family moves from the urban streets of East Los Angeles to the sunny beach town of Malibu. At her new school, Lina clashes with Avery, the ultra-competitive all-star cheer captain, while also falling for Avery's super-cute brother, Evan.
- Stars:Christina Milian, Vanessa Born, Cody Longo, Gabrielle Dennis, Rachele Brooke Smith, Meagan Holder, Nikki SooHoo, Holland Roden, Laura Cerón, David Starzyk, Brandon Gonzales, Britt Logan, Carlos Diaz, Jessica Martinez, Janelle Martinez,
- Director:Bille Woodruff,
- Writer:Elena Song, Alyson Fouse
Lina Cruz is a tough, sharp-witted Latina cheerleader from East L.A. who transfers to a posh, West Los Angeles high school after her widowed mother remarries a wealthy man and Lina not only... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bring It On: Fight to the Finish torrent reviews
(it) wrote: NOT FUNNY NOT FUNNY NOT FUNNY NOT FUNNY. Some sort of weird documentary about a pudgepot beloved by many because he... um... actually I am not quite sure why. The movie doesnt pretend to make sense and actually says so. It's nice that they gave work to so many midgets. However it must have been a little embarrassing that they had to wear diapers and get dubbed with farting noises. Yeah, thats humor right there for ya.
(mx) wrote: Was disappointing. Hoping for more.
(br) wrote: The idea may be interesting even if totally unoriginal, while the story is developed well in a careful pace. Still, the movie feels like a mere silly trick to scare the audience and nothing else, even if it isn't scary or intriguing.
(it) wrote: Barely any storyline. Too simple of a plot. Just sex and nudity.
(ag) wrote: Starts off quite slow but once it gets going it brilliant
(gb) wrote: You can't go wrong with Steve Zahn.
(it) wrote: A classic.. Great movie.
(gb) wrote: I didn't like this film.
(mx) wrote: The characters in this movie so moved me and touched my heart that my grandson is named after Silas Crow!
(us) wrote: (1996 Director: Richard C. Sarafian) This is on TV tonight.
(ca) wrote: Baby Cart at the River Styx is just as stylistically powerful as Sword of Vengeance. It explores an even more interesting sensibility by having adorable scenes featuring the titular "cub" and it is truly a huge delight. There are few more awkward moments in the film that are just as unnerving as in the first film, but they still don't affect the experience much. Overall, the second film of the Lone Wolf and Cub series is just as thrilling, exciting, and mesmerizing as the first.
(fr) wrote: You know that movie where a famous doctor/cannibal/serial killer cuts open a victim's skull, cuts away some brain matter w/out killing the guy, fries it up in a hot skillet, and then feeds it again to the victim ("that's good," said the poor schmuck)? Well here at last is the cinematic equivalent to that experience.
(it) wrote: Strong little known drama with excellent work from all involved.
(gb) wrote: So bad it's funny half the time, and just plain unenjoyable the other half, it's a weak movie that only manages to make the Purge look worse than it already did. The horrendous editing, "cinematography" and stock noises make it appear as if the cast was also the crew.