Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: T. Scott Becker, Angela Brubaker, Jared Brubaker, Adam Burns, Merrill Carsh
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy
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 childrens bedrooms. Studio: Lions Gate Home Ent. R... more »
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Long live bad movies
Kat | Ogden, Utah USA | 09/25/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is one of the best terrible movies I have ever seen. How can you go wrong with a movie that features a scene where a giant cheerleader zord battles a giant catholic reform school girl zord with a giant dildo? I ask you. The dilogue is bad, the acting worse, but there are lots of gratuitous boobs. This is definitely a so-bad-its-great movie"
ALL YOU GUYS SUCK SO HARD!!!!!!!
Thatonedudeeverybodyloves | Indiana | 07/23/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you don't like this movie then forget it ever existed, why bother writing a reveiw huh? This movie is awesome! Sure it's not "American Pie" or whatever type of crap Hollywood garbage that you're used to...but that's what's so great about it. This guy probably got a little, cheap-ass, dollar store digi-cam and made this in his basement (now...if you've seen the movie then you'll most likely be thinking of the nerdy dudes 'Enterprise bridge' closet under the stairway, kinda cardboard hideout right about now) I mean seriously and honestly what's not to like about this film? Cheerleaders?...Ninjas?...Star Trek obsessed geeky types?...Flamboyantly gay arch nemises?...Catholic school girl minions?...(Yes, there are boobies too. Lots of them!..for no apparent reason even!)
The fight scenes are ridiculously entertaining (I challenge you not to laugh outloud at them, nay, I dare you! if not for just they're low, low budget pathetic-ness) So in conclusion, ignore everybody elses reveiw before me and take my word for it that this film may well have been the best to come out of the relative movie draught of 2003 (or whenever the hell it was made)"