Films That Formed the Tween Collective Unconscious of the Y2K Era

Welcome to Sleepover Cinema, where we analyze the films that created the collective unconscious of the girls and gays of the late 90s and early 2000s.

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Bring It On

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Bring It On

Hate them cause they’re beautiful? Well, they don’t like you either. How has THE original cheerleading movie held up in the twenty years since its release? Sleepover Cinema invites a lovely panel of experts and fans to deliberate on how “Bring it On” impacted their childhoods, self-images, and attitudes as they move through the world.

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