Fired Up!

Fired Up!

DVD - 2009
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Shawn and Nick, the two stars of the Gerald R. Ford High School football team, decide to ditch football camp for cheerleading camp because of the gorgeous girls. When Shawn falls for the captain of the cheer squad, the boys must come up with some new moves and prove they are 'in it to win it' at the all-important cheer competition finals. Includes featurettes, gag reel, and commentary.
"The script, credited to Freedom Jones, is a riot... "--Entertainment Weekly
"...Nick and Shawn resemble junior versions of the one-track-minded womanizers played by Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson. "--USA Today
"...a charming cast, glimmers of intelligence and a sweetly youthful spirit. "--Newsday
Publisher: [United States] : Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2009
Edition: Widescreen ed
ISBN: 9781435929999
1435929993
Branch Call Number: DVD COMEDY FIR
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 90 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in

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SmartAssAWhip
Oct 29, 2014

With these other reviews stating high much they liked this, I was left disappointed. ALWAYS up for a good laugh, ranging from Dumb and Dumber-to 3rd Rock from the Sun- to Last Week with John Oliver, my broad definition of what makes me laugh was left wanting in this flick. Unoriginal premise aside, the dialogue has been done before, and with more wit & charm. I only laughed once, hoping that there would be some sort of comedic payoff, I soldiered on, but to no avail.

dgr Jan 14, 2012

"Fired Up" is a good film. The lead actors were good and it was a good laugh.

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TrevorBye
Dec 26, 2010

Hilarious start to finish

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sportsbookspce
Dec 26, 2010

This movie so funny. I couldn't stop laughing. Girls and guys will enjoy this movie.

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joseph
Aug 07, 2009

Fair – Fired Up! (2008) 91 min. I googled if indeed there existed cheerleading camps and I have to report that they do in fact exist and there are many of them. This romp [an American take-off of the British “Carry On” films of the 1960s and 1970s] examines the goings on of a cheerleading camp when two football jocks pose as cheerleaders to get a little closer to the ladies. Though the film centers on the sexual escapades of the two gentlemen, there’s no instances of nudity to speak of except the buttocks of one male cheerleader. The best and probably the only imaginative scene has the cheerleaders watching “Bring It On” [a cheerleading movie] and mouthing all the dialogue of that film in unison; funny and scary at the same time. Though this is no “Bring It On”, it does have its moments despite a forgettable ending.

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safarayyes
Mar 16, 2010

safarayyes thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over

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msmiles Jun 15, 2011

"We are driving! We we are driving!"

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