As an adult, I can safely say that this is one of those “hate yourself in the morning for laughing” movies. My first tip off that things would be on the gutter path is the poster itself, which I admit to never having seen until the moment I booked the tickets for me and three teens. I wasn\’t off base. If there was a way to work in a PG-13 joke about the male and female anatomy, this film did it and did it in spades.
Two high school football players decide they just can\’t tolerate another summer football camp with no girls to, well, you know. They enlist the guidance of one of their enterprising siblings to get in the door of their school\’s cheerleading squad in hopes of attending their camp, with 300 cheerleaders to serve as their personal booty call buffet.
Again, the trailer alone tells you all that and if you saw the trailer you have your fair warning about the content of the film. Throw in the gay coaches, lesbian cheerleaders, scumbag boyfriends and hard partying football players and you have the mix for “OMG! I can\’t believe I am laughing at this!”
The bottom line about this film is that it was funny, but funny in a way that you cringe and guffaw all at the same time. I found myself shaking my head but I still couldn\’t stop laughing.
This may not be the film you want to spend your hard earned money on if you don\’t have a PG-13er in your household, but it\’s definitely a guilty cable pleasure if you don\’t want to get caught laughing at Dr. Dick in public. Two days later, my daughter is still retelling the jokes to her father with embarrassment and glee. And I\’m still laughing.