Bring It on: all or nothing opening song

Bring It on: all or nothing opening song
Originally Posted by lollipop

here's the full movie song list for ya with descriptions:

* Gwen Stefani - What you waiting for (played in the first scene when Britney dreams about homecoming dance)
* Sean van der Wilt - Bring it on (played during the cheer in Britney dream)
* Avril Lavigne - My happy ending (played during class and as she and her cheer-mates walks in the corridor)
* Weezer - Beverly Hills (played when the girls are standing by the coffee beanery)
* The Trascenders - Let's move (played during cheer practice)
* Rihanna - SOS (Played during Britneys ride home from school)
* Jeffrey Foskett - Maryanne (Possibly when Britney is told that they're moving)
* Fuse - Over again (played when Britney tells her squad she's moving)
* Transcenders - Mickey (played when Winnie is trying to get back the pom-poms from Brit)
* Papa Rue - Papa (The song heard from the car stereo when we first see Crenshaw Heights)
* Kristy Frank - How cool is that (Played when Britney park her car at Crenshaw Heights)
* Danielle Savre - Come with it (possibly the song heard when Britney sees the videomessage from her friends)
* Fu-Schnickens vs. Hardnox - What's up Doc (Can We Rock?) (heard at the Warriors peprally)
* Solange Knowles-Smith - Solo Star (Heard at the Warriors try outs)
* Gwen Stefani & Eve - Rich Girl (Played when Britney enters the library)
* Play - Whole again (Possibly heard when Brit talks with her mom)
* Mojoe - 3rd Coast Anthem (Possibly heard when Britney goes to her first training with the Warriors)
* Erica Williams & Marcus Hick - Cheerleader (Heard when Winnie performs her dance infront of Brad)
* All American Rejects - Dirty Little Secret (Played during the Warriors game)
* Gwen Stefani - HollaBack Girl (Played when the squad learns the crumping steps)
* Doin' with him - Gus Carr (might be the song heard in the background when Britney talks to Amber)
* Alana Stone - On my own (Played during the homecoming dance)
* Avril Lavigne - My happy ending (played during Britneys talk to Camille before the Rihanna-competition)
* Erica Williams & Marcus Hick - Bring it on (played during Rihanna-competition when the squads are warming up)
* Sean van der Wilt - Everybody groove (Played during the Pirates performance)
* Rihanna - Pon de Replay (Rihanna sings the song while filming the video)
* Fu-Schnickens vs. Hardnox - What's up Doc (Can We Rock?) (played during credits)
* Solange Knowles-Smith - Bring it on home (Played during credits

Bring It On: All or Nothing (previously known as Bring It On Yet Again) is a 2006 American comedy film directed by Steve Rash and starring Hayden Panettiere and Solange Knowles-Smith. It is the third installment in the Bring it On series of films that revolves around high school cheerleading. The film was released direct-to-DVD on August 8, 2006.

This film, which is the second sequel to Bring It On, has a tenuous link to its predecessors, featuring only a similar plot of competing cheerleading teams that have to try something different in order to win. There are no recurring cast members or canonical references to the preceding films. However, the film stylistically refers to its predecessors in that it is the third film in the Bring It On series to open with a choreographed musical number that turns out to be a dream sequence of the protagonist, and like all three films, the end credits feature outtakes and clips of the cast having fun dancing.

Britney Allen is living a "dream life" as the cheerleading captain and girlfriend of Brad Warner, the star quarterback of Pacific Vista High School. Her frenemy is the highly ambitious Winnie Harper, another member of the squad. Her life changes dramatically when her father loses his job, and the family must relocate to the disadvantaged city, Crenshaw Heights, which Britney, being the "white girl", takes quite a while to adjust to.

She meets Camille, cheerleading captain of the Crenshaw Heights Warriors and her friends and fellow cheerleaders, Kirresha and Leti. She also meets Jesse, a male cheerleader and the only person who is nice to her on her first day. Britney, at the urging of Winnie, has already vowed to never cheer for another team, as this would make her a "cheer whore", but after being dared by Camille and Jesse to show up at the cheerleading tryouts, Britney impresses everyone with her skills and experience. Camille, after being persuaded by her friends to "do it for the squad", reluctantly lets her in. Britney and Jesse become close and eventually kiss.

Around this time, singer Rihanna announces a television special where all high school cheerleading squads can compete, with the winners appearing in a performance with her that will be shown worldwide and winning brand new computers for their school. Winnie finds out that Britney's cheering with the Warriors and tells her friends. A week later, Britney lies to Camille, telling her that she cannot cheer at the next game because she will be holding a memorial service for her dead dog; when she is actually going to Pacific Vista's Homecoming dance. Camille and Jesse arrive at Britney's to offer their condolences, and when they see Britney and Brad dressed up for the dance, Camille kicks her off the squad.

At the dance, Winnie reveals to everyone that she has been sleeping with Brad behind Britney's back, causing Britney to break up with Brad and end her friendship with Winnie. She calls them a "pig" and "too much of a backstabber to have any real friends", respectively. On the day of the auditions, Britney arrives at the Warriors' bus and comes to wish them good luck. When Winnie, with the rest of her team, mock and make racial jokes about the Warriors, Britney stands up to Winnie and defends them. Camille, impressed by this, lets Britney cheer with them again. Jesse, however, is still mad at her for not telling him that she had a boyfriend before they had kissed. Both of the rivaling teams show their performances. At the auditions, the two finalists are Pacific Vista and Crenshaw Heights. PV wows the audience with their routine and Camille starts getting worried. Then Britney points out that all their steps are repetitive and that they have their secret weapon: Krumping. Now dressed in streetwear instead of their regular uniforms, steps on stage during PV's performance and begins mirroring their steps. Finally, they begin krumping, wiping PV off the stage and impressing Rihanna with their routine. After the Warrior's performance ends, Winnie approaches Rihanna and insists that Crenshaw Heights should be disqualified ("or arrested") for interrupting PV's routine. This leads to an argument between Winnie and the rest of the Pacific Vista squad, during which Britney notes, "Spirit Law states that if there's a cheer mutiny, a squad can vote to replace their captain."

Everyone present, even Rihanna and the other performing squads, vote to replace Winnie as the Pacific Vista High cheerleading captain. Winnie protests, dismissing CH's style as "ghetto", to which Rihanna responds that she judges a squad by their skills and not by where they come from. Rihanna ultimately selects Crenshaw Heights as the winners, and the Pacific Vista squad with Britney's friend Amber as their new captain comes forward to congratulate them. Britney and Jesse also make up, kissing backstage after their first performance. The film ends with a made-for-film music video of Rihanna's "Pon de Replay" with the Crenshaw Heights squad dancing in the background. During the end credits, the main characters are seen dancing to the outro music as the film ends.


Bring It On: All or Nothing received little attention from published movie critics. On review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, it has a score of 20% based on reviews from 5 critics.