Four perky, clueless cheerleaders from the Happy Valley High Hamsters are mistakenly blamed by the meddling Church Ladies for the invasion of the "Internet smut" into their children's ...
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Four perky, clueless cheerleaders from the Happy Valley High Hamsters are mistakenly blamed by the meddling Church Ladies for the invasion of the "Internet smut" into their children's bedrooms. The Church Ladies hire Stephen, a sexually ambiguous teacher from the local Parochial Reform School, to teach the cheerleaders a lesson. But the cheerleaders have more than Stephen to worry about...lurking in the shadows is Mr. X, an evil mastermind who is using the cheerleaders as guinea pigs to test his Internet Zombie Domination software! Written by
During the ending credits it's shown that one of the topless body doubles during the catfight is Kira Reed Lorsch. The other body double was also the topless body double for Angela the head cheerleader. The uncredited body double was also in the lesbian dream sequence. See more »
During the catfight two of the cheerleaders tear each other's blouses off revealing their breasts. After the catfight all seven cheerleaders have their shirts intact. The topless shot was done by two obvious body doubles. See more »
In the ending credits the audio was provided by "Deaf Dorkelston", the "sword sound effects" by "Dave the Sword-Clanging Guy", the "fart noises" by "T.P. Brownpipe", and the "in house hamster milk" by "Dyslexia Cure For". See more »
Cheerleader Ninjas is funny. That one sentence should be enough but I am afraid more has to be said. Cheerleader Ninjas is also Politically Incorrect, Gleefully stupid and filmed on no budget whatsoever. But did I mention its funny? The Cheerleaders of Happy Valley High are targeted for destruction by a Catholic mothers group who consider them a prime example of the moral decay of society. After the Mothers hire the villainous Stephen and his private army of catholic school girls, the cheerleaders are forced to join forces with the school nerds to prevent a massive computer virus from destroying the internet. Okay the plot is lame but this film is a hoot in the style of the Jack Hill cheerleaders films of the 70's. But of course anyone who watches a movie called Cheerleader Ninjas does not really have the right to complain about it being stupid anyway. The title should be a clear warning of exactly the type of film you are going to get.
Kevin Campbell has written a surprisingly sharp screenplay considering it is difficult to make a film that send ups and still works within a genre and this film walks that fine line expertly.
The acting is very good considering the obvious budget limitations with the nerds being an especially likable group. The cheerleaders are cute and funny but the best in show winner is Stephen the Cheerleader hating teacher. The explanation of the origin of his grudge is one of the film highlights.
Despite the presence of Kira Reed there is very little sexual content in this film, instead of relying on nudity the director lets the humour carry the film.
I highly recommend this to anyone who does not have a stick shoved up their , well, you know the rest.
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