By Leah Rozen
September 11, 2000 12:00 PM

>Bring It On Teen satire with Kirsten Dunst views race relations through the prism of cheerleading. Like, really. Give me an F,a U and an N.(PG-13)

The Cell Trashy tripe. Jennifer Lopez stars as a psychologist who enters the mind of a killer. Vivid visuals can’t mask weak story and characters. Notable mostly for Lopez’s outré attire. (R)

Solomon & Gaenor Think of this as Romeo and Juliet set in Wales in 1911. Star-crossed Solomon (loan Gruffudd) is Jewish and Gaenor (Nia Roberts) is Christian. Extravagantly romantic, but well acted and beautifully shot. (R)

Space Cowboys A blast. Oldster astronauts, including Clint Eastwood and Tommy Lee Jones, demonstrate that age has nothing to do with gravity. (PG-13)