Things in Bring It On you only notice as an adult
Bring It On holds up surprisingly well nearly 20 years after its release in the year 2000, despite the fact that it's a cheerleading movie. On the surface it might seem banal or shallow to some viewers, but if you watch it with a critical eye, you'll find that it deals with important issues like gender, race, and cultural appropriation.
Sure, there are mean girls and one-dimensional dudes that show how dated the movie is and there are certainly some aspects of the film that are downright offensive to contemporary viewers. But there's a lot to love about the film, too. So taking the good with the bad, here are things about Bring It On you only notice as an adult.