Two straight guys find themselves lucky enough to be the
maintenance workers at the summer cheerleading camp. Even more fortunate for
them is the fact that there
is only one other straight guy there, amidst numerous sexy young cheerleaders
training for the big competition at the end of the summer.
One of the two guys, a former top gymnast who had choked under pressure
at a big meet,
falls for the cute mascot for the nicest group of girls. Well, wouldn't you know
it, but the team has some problems, several girls have to quit, and the only way
they can compete is if the mascot and the failed gymnast can become top
cheerleaders in record time. Who could have anticipated that plot? Needless to say, the two of them are
also falling for
one another, albeit slowly, since various circumstances had originally
convinced the mascot girl that the gymnast guy was gay.
The production group, The
Asylum, specializes in B versions of theatrical films, so I guess you can
say that this is their low-budget, soft-core R version of Fired Up. It
follows a very similar general plotline to that earlier film, right down to some small details like
the underdog team needing some muscle for the final competition, thus requiring
the male lead to choose cheerleading over his own sport!
There's not an original moment in the film,
unless you count as original the fact that the horny virginal guy screws a
watermelon instead of an apple pie. Every plot point is completely predictable, every
comic set piece is by-the-numbers, every role comes from the teensploitation
stock character list, and every joke could have been created and delivered by
your tipsy Uncle Dwight at your cousin's bachelor party.
On the other hand ...
The film doesn't cheat on the nudity, if that's your favorite part
of 80s-style youth comedies. The
film's major characters show their breasts, and there is plenty of additional
flesh provided by the opening credits and a few minutes in a strip club.