So my selection is probally way different from most. I think that the movie Bring it On means something to me. It is a movie about two different cheerleadering squads going though different problems. The Toros cheer squad won six national cheerleadering championships, their cheerleaders are very wealthy and have many things the other cheer squad, the East Campton Clovers on the other head are not so lucky you would say as the Toros squad does. One of the teams,the Toros old captain "Red" stole all of their routines from the East Compton Clovers. The Toros went to the championship every year they could and have won, the East Compton Clovers are a good squad too but just couldnt afford to go to the championship in the past, until now. Seeing how the Clovers are going to compete against the Toros they can't us the same routines. So the new captain Torrance takes it into her hands to get the rest of the squad motived to work hard and boounce back from a rough time. At the end the Clovers, first time competing at the championships win it all, and the toros come in second place.
I cheered all thoughout middle school and high school. I always used to watch Bring it On to get pumped up and ready for tryouts. It meant more to me then other people would think of it because just like the Clovers cheersquad i was the underdog. None of my family has ever cheered and I was going into it in the dark. I wasnt lucky enough to get private lessons or anything but with my heart i had to do good and i was ever going to give up (like Clovers didnt) and just like the Clovers winning the Championship which no one thought they were good enough too. I was a cheerleader 7th and 8th grade and four years of high school, junior varsity my freshman year and Varsity the rest of my years. I really accomplished a goal just like East Campton did.