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Death of a Cheerleader (2019)

A shy outsider tries to make friends with the popular high school cheerleader and seeks revenge after she's rejected.

Director:

Paul Shapiro

Writers:

Caitlin D. Fryers, Randall Sullivan (Story by)
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Aubrey Peeples ... Bridget Moretti
Morgan Taylor Campbell ... Nina Miller
Sarah Dugdale ... Kelly Locke
Maddy Hillis ... Trish Doyle (as Madelyn Grace)
Mackenzie Cardwell ... Judy
Kellie Martin ... Agent Murray
Lauren K. Robek ... Betty Locke (as Kirsten Robek)
Lane Edwards ... Dale Locke
P. Lynn Johnson ... Marge Moretti
Chris William Martin ... Sheriff Randall
Milo Shandel ... Principal Simmons
Alison Raine ... Mrs. Miller
Lucia Walters ... Mrs. Lockwood
Mellany Barros ... Ann
Jade Falcon ... Jade
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A shy outsider tries to make friends with the popular high school cheerleader and seeks revenge after she's rejected.

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teensploitation | See All (1) »

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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TV-14 | See all certifications »

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Anachronism: During the scene in which Nina and her mother are seen watching a press conference held by Kelly's parents in the aftermath of her death, a lower-third Chyron graphic is shown, reading "Kelly Locke's Parents Seek Justice: Breaking News." The blue and white background accompanying the Chyron would not have been used in 1984-85, as lower-thirds during news programs at the time consisted solely of drop-shadowed text, nor would it have appeared persistently on-screen at the time. Backgrounds did not begin to accompany Chyrons until c. 1992 and were not commonplace in television news until c. 1995-97; lower-thirds also rarely if ever were shown on-screen in a persistent manner during breaking news events or pre-recorded footage in local news media prior to 1990, although "live" bugs (then also rendered in text only) often were shown in this manner during live shots in local and national TV news media at the time. See more »

Connections

Remake of Death of A Cheerleader (1994) See more »

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Decent, but it cannot beat the original version
29 November 2020 | by lmnclipsSee all my reviews

The new version of the original lifetime movie death of a cheerleader, was okay, but the original 1994 version is and will always be my favorite. They are many reasons why. First of all, whoever found the locations must have forgotten that the events of this movie took place 20 years ago, unless they wanted to make the remake take place in the late 2000's, Bridget's house looked so out of place and didn't look like something that would exist in the 90s. The acting by everyone was mediocre, as was the storyline that was based on true events. But what I'm really saying here is that a remake of this movie wasn't really needed, and they should've just stuck to the original.

6/10


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Language:

English

Release Date:

2 February 2019 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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