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When they're hired to work at a cheerleading camp for the summer, two lusty college friends prepare for the most spirited three months of their lives. But the squad won't be ready for serious competition without some remedial training in sex appeal. Written by
Surprisingly not that bad for a movie from the Asylum
When you think of The Asylum, you immediately think cheap, repetitive, dull, badly acted. However #1 Cheerleader Camp is not that bad things considering. It actually looks decent, has some good cheer-leading sequences, an upbeat soundtrack and some refreshingly likable turns from Charlene Tilton and Seth Cassell(in fact the acting generally is well above average). On the other hand, the story is incredibly predictable and the pacing is often too rushed. The writing is vulgar and contrived with not very much that out to me as funny, while the characters are stereotyped and bland.
All in all, not bad but not all that great either. 5/10 Bethany Cox
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