(2000)

Critic Reviews

52

Metascore

Based on 31 critic reviews provided by Metacritic.com
77
Mr. Showbiz
Reed's manic direction rarely lets up between show-stopping cheer numbers.
75
New York Daily News
Clever, slightly edgy fun.
75
San Francisco Examiner
An army of rolled abs and their owners give the state of American race relations a beginner's workout.
67
Entertainment Weekly
It's an okay brat movie.
63
USA Today
It could be worse.
63
Philadelphia Inquirer
A likable, low-budget high school comedy.
50
Chicago Sun-Times
A strange mutant beast, half Nickelodeon movie, half R-rated comedy. It's like kids with potty-mouth playing grownup.
50
Christian Science Monitor
The story is as simple as the average football cheer, but the dialogue has amusing echoes of "Clueless," and Dunst and Bradford make a mighty cute couple.
50
New York Post
Essentially a feature-length commercial for both the growing sport of competitive cheerleading and ESPN2 .
50
Boston Globe
She's (Dunst) the big reason the film rises above instantly rejectable formula to campy pop.
25
San Francisco Chronicle
Jumbled and stupid plot, bad acting and a few predictable gags that fall flat.

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