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A high school film that avoids the usual “popular kids vs. geeks” routine, Bring It On pairs competitive cheerleading with a director primarily known for Mr. Show, Weird Al and Upright Citizens Brigade.

Peppy and energetic but never grating, this is a sports movie for people who never bothered to root.

Kirsten Dunst is at her most charming as the new captain of a squad on the brink of losing its title. Perpetually black-clad, smirking teammate Eliza Dushku helps her develop new routines based on mime acts, kabuki theater and Bollywood films. Will Dunst make things right with the team’s East Compton frenemies while also winning over the alterna-dude of her dreams?

You’ll discover spirit fingers you never knew you had with this spirited tale of creativity, friendship and butt lifts.

Director: Peyton Reed. 98 min. 2000. 35mm.

Part of the series 2 Good 2 B 4Gotten, co-presented with Bonnie & Maude and xoJane.

Tickets: $12, Film Club Member: $8.

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