Bring It on Again

Synopsis: College newcomer Whittier tries out for and joins her new college cheerleading squad to relive her high school days as head cheerleader. But when she and her best friend Monica are unable to stand being around the tyrannical and snobbish squad captain, Tina, Whittier and Monica quit and vow to form their own cheerleading squad made up of college campus misfits and social outcasts for a competition to see which squad will represent the college for the national cheerleader championship.
Genre: Comedy, Sport
Director(s): Damon Santostefano
Production: Universal Studios Home Video
  2 nominations.
90 min

Like, wow. Like, crap. Last|year I was a high school brat.

But now I'm here. Hope I'm|the one you pick to cheer!

- Fantastic!|- I'm sorry. What?

Oh, nothing. Don't let me slow you down.|It's just... Well, you're a surprise.

- How do you mean?|- You have great spirit.

But just a tad more|volume, if you would.

- I apologize.|- Continue.

Like, whoo. Like, whee.|I'm at the university.

I'm psyched. I'm here. Hope|I'm the one you choose to cheer.

I yell real loud and make|the Stingers super proud.!


My dear, you are wonderful...|cheer genius personified.

A real individual.

I'm joking, you spaz!

- Pardon me?|- That was a cheer?

That was the most boring, unoriginal,|biggest piece of crap I've ever seen!

You suck!

Mom, where are we?|Where are you, dear?

You finally made it.|You're in college.

Oh, man!

Hi. Can you guys tell me|how to get to Bancroft Hall?

Hi. Can you tell me|how to get to...

Hi, girls. Can you guys tell me|how to get to Bancroft...

Excuse me!

Hi. It's where some|of the cheerleaders are staying.

Um, I'm trying out|for the team.

You girls don't cheer,|do you?

First of all,|it's women, not girls.

Oh. Second, um, we|do neo-modern ballet.

We don't wave pom-poms.

And third, we can't direct|you to Bancroft Hall,

because Nathaniel Bancroft was|a slave owner and an imperialist!

Okay. Thanks.

Appreciate it.

You're not giving up|already, are you? Monica!

First day of college,|I'm already saving my roommate.

You did not have to save|me. I have been saving...

your butt ever since|cheerleader camp. Have not!

Really?|I remember a time...

a spotter was out of position|and one of our cheerleaders...

was gonna do|a face-plant.

Who was that cheerleader|again? Okay. Okay. I get it.

I think the score|is Monica, two. Whittier, zero.

And... Bancroft Hall|is this way.

Did you know that Nathaniel|Bancroft was a slave owner...

and an imperialist? Our|room has a ceiling fan.

As well as paint balloons,|panty trees,

super-gluing faculty doors,|releasing lab animals...

and most important,|I'd like to remind you...

that if you must...


please...|do it in a toilet.

Do not... I repeat...|Do not urinate...

on an original manuscript|of The Canterbury Tales...

located|in the school library.

You writing this down? You'd|think I wouldn't have to say that.

The Nutcracker|is a patriarchal ballet.

Okay? The only good thing in The|Nutcracker are the rats, and they die.

Shakespeare. Hamlet?

"Euripidie..."|Euri... Eur...


Lastly, we hope you take advantage|of the many extracurriculars...

here at the university.

Although I must report|we've had to cut funding...

to some of the more|non-essential programs...

on campus such as|the martial arts club,

- the ballet society...|Wha...

and the entire|musical theater department.

That's a worthwhile program.!|Fortunately,

we haven't had to cut any money|from our two prized programs...

the football team...|That's right!

- Yeah!|- And... your seven-time...

defending collegiate champion|Stinger cheerleading squad!

- Yea!|- Let's hear it for our heroes.!

Tina.! Tina.! Tina.! Tina.!

Tina! Tina!|Tina! Tina!

Tina! Tina! Tina! Tina!

Hey, everybody!|I'm Tina Hammersmith!

Y'all ready|to rock the body electric?

- Ahhh!|- Let's get this party started!

Five, six,|seven, eight!


Yeah.! Whoo-hoo-hoo-hoo.!|You go, girl.!

Two, three, four...

Stingers in the house!|We're on the attack!

- That's right!|- Got no extra fat!

We don't eat Big Macs!|It's gross!

- Step to us.! You might get smacked.!|- Whacked.!

We got more game|than the man they call Shaq!

The moonwalk! The twist!|The shake and bake! The what?

We can do it all|right here at State!

Strap yourself in|so your mind won't blow!

Sit back, relax|and enjoy the show!

What's wrong with you people? Stop it!

Yeah! Stingers!

This is terrible. What|do you mean "terrible"?

- They're perfect.|- I know. That's what's terrible.

They are perfect.

Speaking of perfect. You|ever checked out your own ass?


Just pay him no mind. No. No.|I think we should pay him mind.

I mean, this... this man|has a lot to say. I do.

- I have a lot to say.|- He's a unique individual.

- Very unique individual.|- With his own thoughts and ideas.

My own thoughts.|My own ideas.

- Who would never make a fool of himself.|- Never ever...

make a fool of myself. Even if he|was blindly mimicking whatever I said.

Even if I was blindly...

Hey, punk.|Be watchin' you.

Smart guy.

Thank you.|No problem.

Belly ring?|No belly ring?

It's a cheerleading tryout. They're|going to be looking at your moves,

not your body jewelry.|Oh, I know.

But here's my theory:|If they concentrate on my belly,

they won't recognize if I|mess up on my back handsprings.

Whit, you're not gonna mess up.|I've seen your cheer skills.

They're for real.

Maybe for high school,|but this is college.

And in college|you have to be the poo.

Well, that shaggy boy at orientation|sure thought you were the poo.

He was all on you|like ugly on an Osbourne.


You think?

He did smile at me.


But I can't lose my concentration.|I've really got to focus on tomorrow.

I got to work on my|cheer moves. Hit it, girl.

Before we begin, I want you to|know that just by trying out today,

you're already a winner.

Unless, of course,|you get cut. In which case,

technically|you're a loser.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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