Thursday, June 14, 2007

Thursday afternoon.

What can be learned from Bring It On: All Or Nothing?

1. That cheerleading routines aren't as thrilling for straight-to-DVD movies as they are for cinema releases.
2. That casting 17-year-old Hayden Panettiere and 25-year-old Marcy Rylan as teenagers is a mistake in the case of the latter.
3. That swapping amusing satire of sports for all-too-predictable clashes of culture does nobody any favours.
4. That Danielle Savre was also in this before Heroes.
5. That in a school that, despite being predominantly black-attended, has a multiracial and dual-sex cheerleading squad, having the captain give our heroine a colour-based hard time makes almost no sense.
6. That Hayden's looks and acting make this more bearable than it otherwise would be.
7. That both she and Solange "Haylie to Beyonce's Hilary" Knowles-Smith sing better than Rihanna.

8. That the end credits get Hayden's surname wrong in the cast list...


Anonymous said...

It's two T's for her two tits and one R for her one rump.

Cindylover1969 said...

Oh, that reminds me:

9. That if ever a butt was made for cutoff shorts, it's Hayden's.