Bring It On: All or Nothing


1h 39m 2006

Brief Synopsis

When her rich family moves into a less desirable neighborhood, Britney Allen struggles to make new friends. She attempts to make the cheerleading squad of her new school, but butts heads with the popular, manipulative girl who is the captain of the troupe.

Film Details

Also Known As
Bring It On III
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2006

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 39m

Synopsis

When her rich family moves into a less desirable neighborhood, Britney Allen struggles to make new friends. She attempts to make the cheerleading squad of her new school, but butts heads with the popular, manipulative girl who is the captain of the troupe.

Crew

Marc Abraham

Producer

Stuart M. Abramson

Key Grip

Lonnie Alvarado

On-Set Dresser

Robin Anderson

Script Supervisor

Steve Avila

Sound Effects Editor

Matt Barrie

Production Assistant

Jonathan Barry

Set Production Assistant

Daryl Bartley

3-D Artist

Daryl Bartley

Compositing Supervisor

Shawn Barton

Costume Designer

Billy Beaird

Best Boy Grip

Gary A Beaird

Grip

Glenn Berkovitz

Sound Mixer

Roy Beville

Driver

Sonia Bhalla

Assistant Director

Robin Bishop

Driver

Jeff Blehr

Sound

Thomas Bliss

Producer

Evan 'kidd' Bogart

Song

Keith Bohanan

Location Manager

Virginia Bowen

Art Department

Eli Braden

Song

June Brickman

Makeup

Trip Brock

Supervising Sound Editor

Alisha Brooks

Song

Bob Brown

Camera Assistant

Alex E. Burns

Driver

Josh Burns

Location Assistant

Kent Butterworth

Visual Effects Supervisor

Dana Calitri

Song

Frank Cameron

Grip

James Cantoni

Driver

Cecilia Cardwell

Tutor

Mike Chapman

Song

Nicholas Chinn

Song

Ted Chu

Camera Operator

Dominick L Clark

Assistant Location Manager

Stacie Clerget

Set Production Assistant

Ed Cobb

Song

Justine Cook

Lighting Technician

Rivers Cuomo

Song

David Darwin

Lighting Technician

Austin Davidson

Office Production Assistant

Paul Difranco

Music Supervisor

Tony Dimito

Song Performer

Tony Dimito

Music Editor

Tony Dimito

Song

Craig Dollinger

Boom Operator

Bob Edesa

Camera Operator

John Escobedo

Transportation Co-Captain

C Foskett

Song

Jeffrey Foskett

Song

Jeffrey Foskett

Song Performer

K Foskett

Song

Alyson Fouse

Screenplay

Anthony Franco

Costume Supervisor

Kristy Frank

Song Performer

Mike Fratantuno

Song

Ron Fremstad

Sound

Laura C Gallo

Craft Service

Cynthia Gates Fujikawa

Production Accountant

Paige Geran

Set Costumer

Jonathan Goldfisher

Loader

Lisa Gooding

Coordinator

Carol Grant

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Guy Graves

Driver

Steve Greaves

Dolly Grip

Matt Gulley

Camera

Maltias Gustafsson

Song

Rene Guy

Driver

Amber Hall

Stand-In

William Hall

Medic

Jimmy Hammond

Camera

Nathan Hardcastle

Transportation

Geno Hart

Transportation Coordinator

John Paul Hays

Boom Operator

David Heinke

Song

Erik Heinke

Song

Peter Helm

Driver

Ryan Henderson

Accountant

Jennifer Henry

Camera Assistant

Orlando Hernandez

Rigging Electrician

Pablo C Herrera

Craft Service

Annette Hobday

Assistant Director

Roy Irwin

Medic

Suzzane Januszewski

Assistant

John P Johnson

Photography

Ben Kahookele

Costumer

Kathleen Kasinger

Property Master

Fay Kelly

Hair Stylist

Mara Kerum

Caterer

Tonie Keyton

Makeup Artist

Jan Kikumoto

Post-Production Supervisor

David Kirschner

Sound Mixer

Kia Kiso

Assistant Camera

Jon Kuyper

Unit Production Manager

Peter Lago

Sound Effects Editor

Brian Lapin

Song

Avril Lavigne

Song Performer

Avril Lavigne

Song

William Hanford Lee

Song

Chet Leonard

Sound

Josef Lord

Song

John Mccomb

Driver

Cole Mckay

Stunt Coordinator

Deborah Merle

Makeup Artist

Lisa Meyers

Hair

Cameron Michael

Lighting Technician

Michael Morreale

Visual Effects Producer

Stewart Nelson

Adr/Dialogue Editor

Reuben Nero

Song

Vada Nobles

Song

M O'rourke

Song

Jeremy Oddo

Animator

Nina Ossoff

Song

Evan Owen

Driver

Rich Paisley

Chief Lighting Technician

Phillip Palousek

Visual Effects

Joe Payton

Dga Trainee

Arnaud Peiny

Grip

Ben Peiny

Grip

John Pelligrino

Transportation Captain

Dave Perkal

Camera Operator

Linda Perry

Song

David Pirinelli

Set Decorator

Elyse Ramsdell

Production Coordinator

Mike Regal

Driver

Daniel Quinton Reilly

Grip

Lamond Reynolds

Driver

Aaron Richmond

Stand-In

Fairai F B Richmond

Office Production Assistant

Evan Rogers

Song

J.r. Rotem

Song

Mark Rozett

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Alfonso Ruiz

Set Production Assistant

Maria Elena Safransky

Assistant Editor

Vito Sanfilippo

Driver

Danny Saphire

Editor

Ed Schimarra

Compositing Supervisor

Aaron Schulte

Chief Lighting Technician

Michelle Shore

Stand-In

Marat Shpolyansky

Assistant

Todd C Spears

Accountant

Gwen Stefani

Song

Gwen Stefani

Song Performer

Paul Stewart

Music Supervisor

Alana Stone

Costumer

Carl Sturken

Song

Jerram A. Swartz

Assistant Director

Chris Taylor

On-Set Dresser

Pamela Lynn Thomas

Casting Director

Lisa Thompson

Choreographer

Robin Timpanaro

Office Production Assistant

Kelly Vandever

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Lorraine Vos

Accounting Assistant

Mike Vosberg

Visual Effects

Butch Walker

Song

John Warner

Property Master

Alysha Wheeler

Choreographer

David Wichert

Assistant Location Manager

George Williams

Driver

Sonya Williams

Stand-In

Sean Van Der Wilt

Song

Sean Van Der Wilt

Song Performer

Aprill Winney

Set Production Assistant

Louann Wu

Set Production Assistant

Terence Yoshiaki

Song

Rebecca Young

Art Department Coordinator

Chuck Zlotnick

Photography

Film Details

Also Known As
Bring It On III
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2006

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 39m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States 2006

Released in United States on Video August 8, 2006

Sequel to "Bring It On" (USA/2000) directed by Peyton Reed, starring Kirsten Dunst and "Bring It On Again (USA/2002) directed by Damon Santostefano.

Straight-to-video release.

Released in United States 2006

Released in United States on Video August 8, 2006