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Format: DVD
Sku: 210980673
UPC: 043396272866
UPC 14: 00043396272866
Rating: Game Rating Code
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2 Guys. 300 Girls. You Do the Math.
Ford high's star football players scheme to ditch football camp so they can spend the summer surrounded by beautiful girls ... At cheer camp. Hilarious antics ensue as the jocks use their new 'sensitive side' to talk the hotties into skinny dipping, cheering naked and hooking up.

"...[the script] is a riot of tongue-twisting ironic sleaze -- it sounds like the first (and last) collaboration between Diablo Cody and Artie Lange.  Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly
"...[D'Agosto and Olsen] make a hilarious pair; If you're under the age of 25 you'll like it.  Patrick Parker, Premiere

Editor's Note
Football stars crash a cheerleader camp in this retro-raunchy high-school sex comedy.

Features

Video Features DVD, Rated PG13, Widescreen, Aspect Ratio 1.85:1, Dolby Digital (5.1), Dolby Surround Sound, English, Subtitled, French, Dubbed & Subtitled, No Longer Produced

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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Sony
Video Release Date Release Date: 3/20/2012
Video Play Time Running Time: 90 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2009
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 27286
Video UPC UPC: 00043396272866
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

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Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Anamorphic Widescreen  2.40:1
Entertainment Reviews
Expert Review Fired Up! - DVD Review
By: Blake French filmcritic.com DVD Reviews
Published on: 5/29/2009 2:39 PM
From the advertisements, Fired Up! looks like the movie that finally indulges in what every young man fantasizes about: Crashing cheerleading camp to get laid. On the poster, the tagline reads: "Two guys. 300 girls. You do the math." With those numbers, lots of guys would look past those annoying cheers and be the first in line at the movie theater with their dates. Unfortunately, Fired Up! isn't the movie it says it is. It's rated PG-13, and beyond a few shots of young ladies in cheer outfits, there's nothing remotely objectionable here. That would be fine if it were a family film. But it's being marketed as a sexy teen comedy....read the full review

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Edie McClurg
Video Cast Info Nicholas D'Agosto
Video Cast Info John Michael Higgins
Video Cast Info Eric Christian Olsen
Video Cast Info Sarah Roemer
Video Cast Info Molly Sims
Video Cast Info Adhir Kalyan
Video Cast Info Danneel Harriss
Video Cast Info Annalynne McCord
Video Cast Info Philip Baker Hall
Video Cast Info Matthew Gross - Producer
Video Cast Info Thomas Ackerman - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Richard Kendall Gibbs - Composer
Video Cast Info Peter Jaysen - Producer
Video Cast Info Charles Weinstock - Producer
Video Cast Info Freedom Jones - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Ann Weston - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Marcy Gross - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Paddy Cullen - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Will Gluck - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Will Gluck - Director

Professional Reviews

USA Today
"FIRED UP! offers certifiably silly humor surrounding the antics of a pair of high school football jocks who go to cheerleading camp....Nicholas D'Agosto is likeable as Shawn..." 02/20/2009

Premiere
"Nicholas D'Agosto and Eric Christian Olsen make a hilarious pair; If you're under the age of 25 you'll like it." 02/19/2009

Entertainment Weekly
"The script, credited to Freedom Jones, is a riot of tongue-twisting ironic sleaze -- it sounds like the first (and last) collaboration between Diablo Cody and Artie Lange." 02/27/2009

ReelViews 5 of 10
They might as well have called this Cheer 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. Instead, the director is a first-timer named Will Gluck. Based on the evidence here, one hopes he will do what Seltzer and Friedberg didn't and stop making movies...Regardless of how low your expectations are regarding Fired Up!, it will still surprise you, and not in a good way. I don't approach a movie like this with a greater hope than that it will make me laugh a few times. Even with the bar set so low, Fired Up! can't deliver. This a morass of failed humor. Every joke is tired, obvious, and telegraphed. It's like going to a family reunion and hearing Uncle Bob tell the same gags he has told at every family reunion for the past twenty years. At one point, they might have been worth a chuckle or two but now you'll do just about anything, including actions that would be considered illegal in all 50 states, to get him to shut up...I can think of no reason why anyone would want to see Fired Up! and the movie-going public seems to agree with that assessment - I was one of only three people in the theater where it was showing. The film relies on the cliched outtakes-during-the-closing-credits approach to generate a few cheap, late laughs. But even these aren't funny. How bad does a movie have to be that even the bloopers are duds? About halfway through the proceedings, the temptation to slip into the next-door theater arose - until I remembered that the movie playing there was Confessions of a Shopaholic. At that moment, I began to contemplate the similarities between film critics and garbage men. Both deal with a lot of crap, but the trash collectors get better pay. - James Berardinelli

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