- Bring It On
- Bring It On: Again
- Bring It On: All or Nothing
- Bring It On: In It to Win It
- Bring It On: Fight to the Finish
- Bring It On: Worldwide #Cheersmack
- Bring It On: Cheer or Die
Bring It On is a 2000 American teen comedy film about two high school cheerleading teams competing in a national competition. Directed by Peyton Reed and written by Jessica Bendinger, the film stars Kirsten Dunst, Eliza Dushku, Jesse Bradford, and Gabrielle Union. It was a box office success and received generally positive reviews, becoming a cult classic. It was the first in a series of seven Bring It On films, including six direct-to-video sequels with new casts and a TV film released in 2022.
Bring It On Again is a 2004 American teen comedy film and the first direct-to-video sequel to the 2000 film Bring It On. Directed by Damon Santostefano and written by Claudia Grazioso and Brian Gunn, the film stars Anne Judson-Yager, Bree Turner, and Kevin Cooney. The plot revolves around a group of cheerleaders at a college who must overcome personal conflicts and obstacles in order to compete in the national cheerleading championships. The film received mixed reviews and was criticized for its similarities to the original film. Despite this, it was successful commercially and spawned several more sequels in the Bring It On franchise.
"Bring It On: All or Nothing" is a 2006 American teen comedy film directed by Steve Rash. The movie follows the story of Britney Allen (played by Hayden Panettiere), a cheerleader from a wealthy family who is forced to transfer to an inner-city school after her father's business fails. At her new school, Britney tries out for the cheerleading squad, but finds herself competing against the popular and talented Camille (played by Solange Knowles-Smith) for a spot on the team.
Bring It On: In It to Win It is a 2007 American teen comedy film, and it is the fourth installment in the Bring It On film franchise. The film follows the story of two rival cheerleading teams: the East Coast Jets, led by Carson, and the West Coast Sharks, led by Brooke. The two teams are preparing to compete against each other in the national cheerleading championship in Florida.
Bring It On: Fight to the Finish is a 2009 American teen comedy film, and it is the fifth installment in the Bring It On film franchise. The film follows the story of Lina Cruz, a tough and talented East Los Angeles high school senior who is forced to move to Malibu and attend a posh high school.
There, she joins the school's cheerleading squad, the Sea Lions, and quickly becomes a valuable member of the team. However, she also faces rivalry from the squad's captain, Avery, who sees her as a threat to her position.
Bring It On: Worldwide #Cheersmack is a 2017 American teen comedy film, and it is the sixth installment in the Bring It On film franchise. The film follows the story of Destiny, a young and talented street dancer who is recruited by a cheerleading squad, The Rebels, to compete in a global cheerleading championship in Amsterdam.
As Destiny and The Rebels prepare for the championship, they face fierce competition from other teams, including the Dutch Dragons, led by the ruthless and conniving Freya. Destiny also faces personal challenges as she must balance her loyalty to her street dance crew and her new cheerleading team.
A made-for-television cheerleading comedy slasher film titled "Bring It On 7: Cheer or Die" was broadcast on Syfy on October 8, 2022, starring Kerri Medders, Tiera Skovbye, and Missi Pyle. This movie is the seventh addition to the Bring It On series and follows "Bring It On: Worldwide Cheersmack" (2017). Unlike its predecessors, this film contains more horror elements and deviates from the typical comedic tone of the series, despite having a PG-13 rating. Prior to its televised debut, the film was released on DVD and digital formats on September 27. However, the movie was met with negative feedback after its physical release.