: : : But I'm A Cheerleader
===Story=== A promising comedy that goes awry all too early, ''But I'm a Cheerleader'' concerns a misunderstood high school kid (Natasha Lyonne) whose parents send her to a harsh, homosexual-rehabilitation camp despite a lack of evidence that she's gay. Ruled with an iron fist by a fascist counselor (Cathy Moriarty), the clinic only drives Lyonne's character toward an attraction to a rebellious tomboy (Clea DuVall), though screenwriter Brian Wayne Peterson and director Jamie Babbit are curiously intent on keeping the two apart and depriving the audience of other comic possibilities. Meanwhile, hoary clichés abound: prancing boys, butch gays, lipstick lesbians. Despite a fine cast full of young talent, and cameo appearances by Julie Delpy and RuPaul Charles, this attempt to skewer a present-day trend in "curing" homosexuals of their sexual preferences is flattened by stereotypes and unimaginative thinking. ''--Tom Keogh'' ===DVD Features=== *Color *Closed-captioned *Dolby *Widescreen


Natasha LyonneMegan
Michelle WilliamsKimberly
Brandt WilleJared
Bud CortPeter
Mink StoleNancy
Melanie LynskeyHilary
Clea DuvallGraham
Kip PardueClayton
Julie DelpyLipstick Lesbian

  • Genre: Comedy Movies
  • Director: Jamie Babbit
  • Producer: Universal
  • Theatrical Release
    North AmericaJan 1, 1999
  • Ratings
    North AmericaR
  • DVD Release
    North AmericaOct 3, 2000
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