But I'm a Cheerleader
Comedy • 2000 • 1 hr 25 min
This film had me giddy the whole time through and it’s incredibly funny!
Honestly one of my comfort movies despite darker elements. But the pacing is perfect and I just love the characters.
I loved how campy it is but also loved the characterization of the main cast. The camp dwellers all have quirky things which are endearing.
very fun!!! tackles dark elements like conversion therapy in a fun and lighthearted way, while still acknowledging its harm
I laughed so hard during the entire movie.Great to watch with friends or alone
It has its dated moments but so friggin funny and heartfelt.
One of my fave genres- I call it bubblegum dark satire. Painful themes but so funny, a treat to look at, and feel good. Watch it!
This movie is amazing because it goes to show the exact same rhetoric that’s been used for 20+ years even as LGBTQ+ rights progress.
Somehow manages to tackle a topic as controversial as conversion therapy with humor, heart, and spectacular use of color.
One of the better LGBTQ+ movies I have ever watched. Great actors and very cute.
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