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June 20th, 2008 by Rebecca Harper Editor

The Hulu Days of Summer continues! So far, Hulu’s delivered the goods, with top-tier entertainment — Lost in Translation, The Three Stooges, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, and the best from PBS — to keep you tuned in this summer. And now, Hulu brings some deliciously sinful entertainment to the mix with Bring It On.

Like other high-school movies, Bring It On is full of backstabbing, quick wit and drama, this time with a cheerleading twist. A perky Kirsten Dunst plays Torrance, the new captain of the Toros cheer squad. Five-time national champions, the team expects to reign supreme once again — until a tough-as-nails newcomer (Eliza Dushku) threatens it all when she reveals that their routines are ripped off from an inner-city squad (led by Gabrielle Union) who have all the right moves, but not enough cash to enter the competition.

What happens next? Drama, of course! But there’s fun, too: killer jumps, backflips and hilarious one-liners. The bombastic, ESPN-worthy choreography and the snappy comebacks make this one of my favorite teen flicks. See for yourself — and check back next week to see what else is coming to Hulu this summer.

“This is not a democracy, it’s a cheerocracy!”

Last comment: Jun 21st 2008 2 Comments
  • lindzb says:

    i love the hulu site, but i have to say, i think it’s kind of false advertising to announce “limited commercial interruption” at the beginning of each episode or movie- in reality, the episodes here are intrrupted every 5-10 minutes, even if it is just one commercial… on tv, it’s between 15 and 20 minutes. just thought i’d let you know that the short intervals between commercials kinda suck. less interruption would be awesome. other than that, keep up the good work!

  • chpatel89 says:

    Put Stargate Atlantis online, the best show ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!