Bring It On: Fight to the Finish

Synopsis: 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 finds herself a fish-out-of-her-environment at her new high school but she faces off against Avery, the snobbish and ultra-competitive all-star cheer-leading captain to qualify for a spot on her new school's cheer-leading team with the help of her new sheltered stepsister, Skylar, and her former teammates whom she calls up to help her.
Genre: Comedy, Sport
Director(s): Bille Woodruff
Production: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
102 min


We're gonna be

real Rough Riders

in the building.

You know, l ain't stopping

until our high school squad

is an All Star squad.

Are you all down?

We've got your back, Lina.

Yeah, girl, we tighter

than a new weave.

Go! Fight! Kill !

l mean, win !

Where you going,


The Spirit Championship.

That's where the baddest

All Star squads go to compete.

You don't look like

no All Stars, ma.


Well, we're not. Yet.

But we will be.

Then l guess you

ain't got one of these.


That's an All Star

bracelet. But. . .

Only the best of the best

cheerleaders win those.

How did you get one?

How you think?

You probably stole it.

l know you did.




That's going on right here.

Come on, bring it.





No, mami!

Lina, what are you doing?

She married the gabacho!


Stop! You're

ruining everything !



What's going on here?

(DlSTORTED) Cheer your

little barrio hearts out!

But Lina's coming to

live with me and my

daughter in Malibu !




lt was just a dream.

lt was just a bad dream.


Now the real nightmare begins.

Oh, whoa, whoa.

Let me help you

with that, Wife.

Thank you, Husband.

l know we sound silly,

but l'll never get

tired of hearing it.

And l'll never get

tired of saying it.


l'm glad l skipped breakfast.


Lina, you don't have to go

to school today, honey.

Actually, yes, l do.

lt's my last day in East LA,

and as captain,

l need to handle

some squad business.

l can give you

a ride if you want.


No. l'd rather walk.

Or get dragged by a bus.

Lina, be nice.


Look, l'm gonna be

late. l have to go.

All right. Bye.


Oh. No, no, no. Honey, listen,

you got to give her a

little time. She'll adjust.

Then we'll be one big happy

family. l promise. Okay?

l hate him.

And his daughter,

she creeps me out.

She's like way too

Single White Female.

She's probably just

mad excited about

having a new sister.

Treyvonetta, come on.

Sky is not my sister.

Not by cheer,

blood or marriage.

l feel you, Lina,

but for real though,

girl, you can't

complain about

moving to Malibu.

You about to be living large.

Yeah, right.

Uh-oh. Love birds alert.


Trey and Lina are

here, okay? l got to go.

Come on, mija,

you know l love you.

As much as you love this car?


at least she lets me get

under the hood. You don't.


Watch it, girl.

Oh ! l will watch it.

You don't want none of

these Golden Gloves.

Get him, G.

Easy, Oscar de la Ha-Ha.

And you'd better not be

late picking me up.

What did l tell you about

bossing me around in front of

your girly girls like that?

At 4:
30, Victor.

(SCOFFS) You can't

tell me what to do.

l'm a man.


l'll be here at 4: 1 5 to

pick up your little pom poms.

Hey, make sure you two

watch over my baby

girl for me, all right?

Victor, go.

We got this. Go.

ln the Gloria-mobile.

This is so messed up, man !

l mean, now we're never

gonna get to be All Stars

without you, Lina.

No, no, no.

We're going to be All Stars.

These quickie marriages,

they never last. l'll be back.

Okay, so if you're so sure

you're gonna be back,

then why don't you just

come and stay with me?

Because my mom

thinks that going

to school in Malibu

is the best thing that

ever happened to me.

She's like, "You'll get a

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