Movies About Cheerleading: Accurate or Stupid? Rank Them Here.

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Gather all of your school spirit for this one, the cheerleading team is here! Just kidding, but we've got something even better-- cheerleading movies!

Many movies about cheerleading end up being total classics. Whether you've spent time as a cheerleader and can completely relate, or you just love watching the drama from the outside, we've got you covered. There's nothing like some teenage cheerleader angst to make for a great storyline.

However, not all movies about cheerleading make the cut as a favorite. Some of them are downright dumb and painful to watch. Go ahead and sort through this list of cheer movies, ranking which ones you like and dislike!

Bring It On (2000)

Bring It On via Universal Pictures

Bring it On follows the Toro cheerleading squad as they face unprecedented challenges on their road to the national championship.

Fired Up! (2009)

Fired Up! via Screen Gems

When two high school football stars are tired of attending summer football camp, they take it upon themselves to enroll in cheerleading camp instead.

Sugar & Spice (2001)

Sugar & Spice via New Line Cinema

This teen crime comedy film follows a group cheerleaders, the A-Squad, who find themselves plotting to rob a bank in order to save their friend.

Man Of The House (2005)

Man of the House via Columbia Pictures

Man of the House tells the story of a group of cheerleaders who witness a murder. Texas Ranger Roland Sharp (Tommy Lee Jones) is assigned with keeping them safe, which requires him to go undercover as their coach.

But I'm A Cheerleader (1999)

But I'm a Cheerleader via Lionsgate

This satirical film follows a lesbian cheerleader whose parents send her to True Directions, a boot camp designed to turn her straight. As expected, nothing in But I'm a Cheerleader goes according to plan.

Gotta Kick It Up! (2002)

Gotta Kick It Up! via Disney-ABC Domestic Television

Gotta Kick It Up tells the story of a Southern California's middle school cheer team who find themselves a new coach, only for it to backfire.

Jennifer's Body (2009)

Jennifer's Body via 20th Century Fox

Megan Fox stars as Jennifer Check, a high school cheerleader turned murderous demon who goes after boys at her school.

The Replacements (2000)

The Replacements via Warner Bros.

In this American comedy, the Washington Sentinels football team along with their cheerleaders go on strike. Their coaches must work to recruit an entirely new team in just a week.

Fab Five: The Texas Cheerleader Scandal

Fab Five: The Texas Cheerleader Scandal via Fox Television Studios

Based on a true story, this Lifetime film tells the story of five misbehaved high school cheerleaders who harass their teacher and engage in concerning scandalous behavior.

A Friend To Die For (1994)

A Friend To Die For via NBC

Also known as Death of a Cheerleader, this movie is based on the true story of two high school girls whose feud leads to murder.