The film was considered financially unsuccessful. Fired Up! had a budget of $20 million and took in a box office gross of $18,599,102 worldwide before leaving theaters. It opened up to the U.S. box office at number 9 with $5.4 million behind films like Paul Blart: Mall Cop, which was in its sixth week of release at the time, and Confessions of a Shopaholic, in its second. On the DVD commentary, the business it did (or lack thereof) is discussed, with director Will Gluck stating, "In retrospect, we probably should have done R, but I kind of like the idea of doing a movie that everyone can go see, and not just 'over 18 or have to sneak into it.'" It left American cinemas after seven weeks.
The movie was released on DVD, UMD, and Blu-ray formats June 9, 2009. An unrated version was also released containing non-censored profanity and brief nudity not seen in the theatrical cut. Canadian singer Avril Lavigne's song "Girlfriend" was on the film's soundtrack.
One of an increasing trend in American films today, namely a well made but empty and poorly written film that exists purely to generate some sort of cash flow between the various parties where the audience is ripped off both by paying to see it and then by being asked to buy the turkey again on home video (Perhaps the posters all over Manhattan that had huge F's and U's and the rest of the title in tiny letters are the best description of the producers attitude toward their audience). The plot has two football players refusing to go to the spring training camp because it was moved to Texas where there are no girls and instead heading off to cheerleader camp where its all women. Lowest common denominator film-making strikes again. I'm not going to say that the film isn't funny, but it is rather one note. Once everything is set up you know how its going to go and because the script is so limited in its premise the jokes aren't anything that you can't figure out. I was amused for a brief instant but that was it. Its the sort of movie that that struck me as having made by several people I went to school with- where they wanted to know what the bare minimum was for a passing grade, this is the same way. If you ever want to know what the bare minimum for a lowest common denominator film aimed at purely taking you money is where you'll laugh a bare minimum of times and be able to say that the film doesn't totally stink, this is it.
Shawn Colfax (Nicholas D'Agosto) and Nick Brady (Eric Christian Olsen) are high school best friends football players, and players with the girls. Football camp is going to be moved to El Paso. It's two weeks with no girls and lots of hard work. After overhearing the girls talk about cheer camp, the guys decide join. The captain Carly (Sarah Roemer) is suspicious. With sister Poppy (Juliette Goglia)'s help, the girls Bianca (Danneel Ackles), Sylvia (Margo Harshman) and Angela (Hayley Marie Norman) convince the coach that they need the boys to win over Carly's objection. The camp is run by husband and wife couple Diora (Molly Sims) and Keith (John Michael Higgins). The big competition is the Panthers captained by bitchy Gwyneth (AnnaLynne McCord).Writer/director Will Gluck puts up a good effort that is better than most cheerleading teen movies. It's filled with fast talking jokes and the guys do the buddy comedy well. Naked cheerleading in front of John Michael Higgins is hilarious. However it never gets beyond the genre. It's not deeper than a simple uninspired teen raunchy comedy.
Fired Up (2009): Dir: Will Gluck / Cast: Nicholas D'Agosto, Eric Christian Olsen, Sarah Roemer, Molly Sims, Danneel Harris: Uninspired geek show about freedom, or lack of it. It seems that the makers of this film had too much of it. It stars Nicholas D'Agosto and Eric Christian Olsen as two college football players who ditch camp to attend cheerleader camp. Lame, obvious and stupid best describe this idiotic peep show that grows a faults sentimentalism towards the conclusion, as if anybody actually learns a lesson from this garbage. Directed by Will Gluck who seems inspired by previous teen romps but this falls in with the countless sex romps that fail to engage as oppose to the ones that viewers can relate to. Complete with lousy acting by all. D'Agosto and Olsen run the cheerleading course with complete obvious conclusions. Sarah Roemer as head cheerleader is the obvious romantic prop with all the personality of a pom pom. Molly Sims as a coach and targeted sex symbol needs to test that statement on a better film than this. Why Miss March was blasted upon release when a film such as this exits, remains a mystery. At least Miss March, despite also being raunchy perversion, played around with the idea or fantasy of having a playmate girlfriend and the reality of real women. This film is nothing more than raunchy humour and an excuse for perversion. This film should be fired up into the air and shot at. Score: 2 / 10
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As educators, we sometimes need a spark. One great place to find that inspiration is in movies. In Episode 234 of Class Dismissed, we highlight some of the most inspirational movie scenes for teachers.
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