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Will Gluck updates the teen comedy genre for this Screem Gems production, focusing on two sex-obsessed teen boys who attend a cheerleading camp in order to score.
Though not as raunchy or juvenile as the average teen comedy, Fired Up is also not as funny.
All spunk and no spark make for a mediocre movie.
Excuse me, I hear someone at the gates. Must be the barbarians, here at last.
Seriously, an R-rating and this would have been a totally different, way better movie.
About the only thing to differentiate this dud of a comedy from the likes of Date Movie, Epic Movie, and Disaster Movie is the absence of the names Aaron Seltzer and Jason Friedberg on the credits.
If this movie were a teenager, you'd put it on Ritalin right away.
It sounds like that the kind of thing that would have been right at home with the teen comedies of twenty years ago, or even the brief American Pie-ish revival. But compared to current stuff it's actually kind of quaint.
Sloppy but moderately amusing.
Spending time with these guys is the longest 89 minutes ever.
This is not made for anyone with more than a sprinkling of intelligence.
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