Kirsten Dunst would be on board for new Bring It On but why mess with perfection?

368579 Kirsten Dunst And Gabrielle Union Star In "Cheer Fever" To Be Released In The Summer Of 2000. (Photo By Getty Images)
368579 Kirsten Dunst And Gabrielle Union Star In "Cheer Fever" To Be Released In The Summer Of 2000. (Photo By Getty Images) /

Kirsten Dunst recently said she would be in another Bring It On movie, but why mess with the perfection that is the first film?

The 2000 hit film, Bring It On is, let’s face it, a perfect movie. It’s got romance, cheerleading, friendships, rivalries, and acceptance of those rivals in the end. It also has a killer cast with Kirsten Dunst, Gabrielle Union, Eliza Dushku, and Jesse Bradford. It could not get better.

But since we seem to be trapped in some kind of time warp where every film from the past twenty years needs to be remade or rebooted, Bring It On has been added to the list of possible movies that could experience some sort of onscreen revival.

While the movie has had multiple sequels with everything from Bring It On Again to Bring It On: Fight to the Finish, none of them have included the original cast or done as well as the first movie.

But that might be about to change. Kirsten Dunst was recently on The Kelly Clarkson Show and stated that she would be happy to do another Bring It On and that “it would be so fun.”

Kirsten, I love you. Marie Antoinette is an under-rated masterpiece of visual art. But please, no.

Bring It On is a perfect movie. It’s witty and smart and wildly entertaining. It would be very difficult for lightening to strike twice. Unless the script was spectacular (like Phoebe Waller-Bridge level), it could never be even close to as good as the original.

I’m getting anxious just thinking about what the story would be.

What if, instead, they just re-released Bring It On in theaters and everyone could watch it on the big screen again. Sure, it’s not a new movie, but it would be a chance to see it like we all did the first time. It would be nostalgic and delightful. We don’t need a second movie to feel the way we did way back then.

While I don’t buy into that thing about remakes ruining our childhoods, I rather this particular film be left in the past and kept the perfection that it is. Please, movie gods! Don’t mess with Bring It On!

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