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Heather Paige Cohn,
Three college roommates join a bus full of gorgeous models and travel the country to compete in a National Beer Pong Championship. With a busload of attractive women who knows how much fun they could have?
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Unrated upskirt version? To the point where it was too much...
"#1 Cheerleader Camp" is a stereotypical teenage comedy, but in my honest opinion, it seemed more like an excuse to show off fully or semi-naked women. It was actually reaching the point where it was becoming too much. When I watch a movie, I watch it to be entertained, and in this case to be entertained with laughs, not having to sit there and look at the female body being shown off in that manner.
The story told in the movie was simple and easy to follow. However, there weren't too many hilarious moments where you were left laughing hard. Those moments were sporadic at best. But in a way, the story actually kept me in the chair to see the end of the movie. And the story is, of course, very predictable. You know the ending well before you are at the actual end of the movie.
The characters in the movie were sort of generic and uninspiring. You have a guy with way too much teen hormones, who has to masturbate in almost every scene he is in. Sure it was funny at first, but it quickly became tedious and irritating. Then you have four exotic dancers (or strippers, if you will) who leave their job to go train for cheerleading? Yeah, very plausible. The main character is perhaps the one who is the most interesting of all characters. He choked at a gymnastic performance and have performance anxiety, so he will have to overcome this fear in order to help the cheerleading squad.
As for the actors and actresses, well they were actually doing a good job, and I would say all of them. Sure, it is not award winning material, but their performances were well enough. And it is no secret that the female cast was selected with the purpose to be shown off.
All in all, the movie is not too shabby, and I am sure that teenagers from 14 and up to reaching early adulthood will find this movie particularly nice. It appeals more to that audience with its humor and cheesy lines. But be warned, there is a lot of nudity in the movie. Just for a comedy of this type, I found it had too much focus on showing off women and nudity, so the comedy came second in line, and that was a shame.
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