Fired Up

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"2 Guys. 300 Girls. You Do the Math."
  • PG-13
  • 2009
  • 1 hr 30 min
  • 6.1  (44,713)
  • 31

A teen high school comedy, Fired Up is a U.S. movie produced by Will Gluck Productions and Gross Entertainment; the focus of the movie is on two high school football players and their attempts to join a cheerleading squad at a summer camp. Although not a commercial success at its time of release the film has gone on to become something of a cult hit because of the success of writer director Will Gluck's later, more successful movie Easy A. Fired Up begins with two of Gerald R. Ford High School's top football players overhearing discussions between the team's cheerleading squad about the upcoming summer camp the squad is scheduled to attend. The football players, Nick Brady and Shawn Lee Colfax concoct an elaborate plan that allows them to attend the cheerleading camp that has over 300 female cheerleaders present; their plan includes the decision to find girls and then quit the camp before the competition that marks the completion of the camp. At the outset of the camp the boys find it difficult to take their roles on the squad seriously; instead focusing their attention on head cheerleader Carly and the coach's wife Diora. As Nick grows closer to Carly her boyfriend, Rick discovers the truth about the football players and tells the rest of the squad. By this time the boys have changed their minds about the cheerleading squad and wish to continue and help them win the competition; sadly, the rest of the squad kick them out of camp. Returning home the boys decide they want to return to camp and help the squad win the end of camp competition; after explaining themselves to the rest of the squad the boys are finally welcomed back onto the cheerleading team. During the competition Carly spots Rick cheating on her and falls during a difficult trick wrecking their chance at victory.

Fired Up
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A teen high school comedy, Fired Up is a U.S. movie produced by Will Gluck Productions and Gross Entertainment; the focus of the movie is on two high school football players and their attempts to join a cheerleading squad at a summer camp. Although not a commercial success at its time of release the film has gone on to become something of a cult hit because of the success of writer director Will Gluck's later, more successful movie Easy A.

Fired Up begins with two of Gerald R. Ford High School's top football players overhearing discussions between the team's cheerleading squad about the upcoming summer camp the squad is scheduled to attend. The football players, Nick Brady and Shawn Lee Colfax concoct an elaborate plan that allows them to attend the cheerleading camp that has over 300 female cheerleaders present; their plan includes the decision to find girls and then quit the camp before the competition that marks the completion of the camp.

At the outset of the camp the boys find it difficult to take their roles on the squad seriously; instead focusing their attention on head cheerleader Carly and the coach's wife Diora. As Nick grows closer to Carly her boyfriend, Rick discovers the truth about the football players and tells the rest of the squad. By this time the boys have changed their minds about the cheerleading squad and wish to continue and help them win the competition; sadly, the rest of the squad kick them out of camp. Returning home the boys decide they want to return to camp and help the squad win the end of camp competition; after explaining themselves to the rest of the squad the boys are finally welcomed back onto the cheerleading team. During the competition Carly spots Rick cheating on her and falls during a difficult trick wrecking their chance at victory.

Fired Up is a 2009 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 30 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.1 and a MetaScore of 31.

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  • Release Date
    2009
  • MPAA Rating
    PG-13
  • Runtime
    1 hr 30 min
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    6.1  (44,713)
  • Metascore
    31