The Swinging Cheerleaders

The Swinging Cheerleaders

In order to write an expose on how cheerleading demeans women, a reporter for a college newspaper infiltrates the cheerleading squad.

In order to write an article for the Mesa University college newspaper on how cheerleading demeans women, Kate (Jo Johnston) goes undercover with a cheerleading team. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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John W (jp) wrote: Neat premise that had potential to be scary with a bit of 'monster in the mirror' social commentary, unfortunately it was poorly executed. Direction that failed to build any tension or sense of fear and discomfort and wooden acting thoroughly suppressed any cleverness in the idea.

Al B (ag) wrote: An unbelievably funny comedy, made the way comedies haven't been made since the very 80's!! Amazing cast packed with starts, truly original jokes. It received a lot of laughter and clapping during the the Maryland film festival screening, as well as a standing ovation at the end! Amazing, feel-good movie - I've been looking for this family comedy to watch with my kid for years!

Van R (jp) wrote: Despite its spurts of R-rated violence, BORN TO RAISE HELL qualifies as a rather dull foreign-based action-thriller. Seagal plays another tight-lipped, one-dimensional narcotics officer who goes through partners like sand does a sieve. The action suffers from a predictable plot that tries to appear more sophisticated than it is. Director Lauro Chartrand directs this adequate exercise in suspense and tension as it if were a rock music video desinged for an attention deficient audience. He loves to freeze the action, insert a special effects graphic, and accelerate the pace in a frenzy, not unlike a montage to promote spontaneity. In other words, BORN TO RAISE HELL looks as busy as hell. But again, little is going on. The chief villain is a sadistic fiend, but he does nothing that you have not already before seen. The most interesting character is a Russian mobster who lives by a sense of values. The Steven Seagal screenplay does not deviate from the conventions of the genre. Each character is established with some concern for credibility. A top-notch International Drug Task Force investigator targets criminals who traffic in drugs because terrorists obtain their financing through illicit drug sales. Seagal plays everything very low-key, dresses in black, and has a couple of awkward scenes with his high maintenance girl who is angry that he puts his job before her. A Russian gun runner enters the fray and deals with a rabid Gypsy who cannot restrain his villainy. He kills without a qualm. Indeed, most of the characters here were BORN TO RAISE HELL, but the hell that they raise isn't so exciting that it sets new standards for this kind of nonsense.

Tristan M (mx) wrote: My favourite Saw film in terms of traps, but probably my least in terms of story. The game is the best yet, with creative traps involving team work, nail bombs, and sacrificing. They are gory for sure, and the last trap with the saw cutting down their hands, was one of the hardest to watch yet. The other story shows us a corrupt cop through a series of flashbacks and taking us back in time to show how he was taken in by John to set traps and make games, making him the new Jigsaw. This was a story I hated, the idea of it, how much we had to go back in time to explain, it's all so forced an overdone. Way to complex, and proves that the Saw franchise should have ended with the fifth instalment. The ending is good however, with the new Jigsaw being killing by a trap set by the original, an our cop sitting safely underneath in a glass box watching him get crushed. But besides that and the best game yet, (which we don't see enough of) this film feels very forced and unnecessary, which it is. This is the last of the Saw movies I will be watching, it's not the best or the worst, but it should have been the end.

Roman P (br) wrote: We also can enjoy black swans in the Belmonto.

Barry P (ru) wrote: Hugh Jackman? Maybe I am too old for this one. Perhaps more for the 10-12yo market (or equivalent).

Jaeyoung L (mx) wrote: so sooooooooooooooooooooooo

A5J4D X (ca) wrote: 8/10 This was just great! Although not as good as Snatch but very entertaining and the way it was directed and brought everything together...brilliant as expected by Guy Ritchie!

Private U (ru) wrote: This was was pretty freaky, dealing with a wealthy widow being haunted by her dead husband and being seduced by a guy... all in her dreams! Kinda reminded me of "The Twilight Zone" and was definitely creepy. Highly recommended.

Franois B (jp) wrote: Trs bon film d'horreur, bien construit !

Alex B (ag) wrote: A fine example of the genre of a sane man going undercover, getting unjustly locked up, as a patient in a mental institution.

Paul P (ca) wrote: I love this film. The story is slight but the cast work together so well and the tone of the film really connected with me. Then we have the music..... Just superb. Emily Browning in particular is brilliant with the tunes. This film just makes me happy every time I watch it....

Amber S (ru) wrote: I saw this movie last week. It reminds us just how corrupt our government is all the way up to the president. They all lie to get what they want even kill people without giving it a second thought. Very good movie. I will recommend every Christian see it and I will purchase it when it becomes available.