A 2001 crime comedy about high school cheerleaders planning a BankRobbery.

Head cheerleader Diane Weston (Creator/MarleyShelton) has just been knocked up by her boyfriend, the football team's star player Jack Bartlett (Creator/JamesMarsden). Unfortunately, both their parents have disowned them, and they need a place to live, and more money than they have. So Diane has [[SarcasmMode a brilliant plan]] to rob the supermarket's bank branch, with the help of the rest of the cheerleading squad. Also stars Creator/MarlaSokoloff, Creator/MenaSuvari, Creator/MelissaGeorge, and Creator/AlexandraHolden.

!!This film provides examples of:

* AllGuysWantCheerleaders: On almost a stalkery level.
* AlphaBitch: Averted. Diane is pretty nice to everyone, to the point of ultimately [[spoiler:inviting Fern and Lisa to join the A-Squad]].
* ATeamFiring: The one time one of the guns accidentally goes off, it completely misses the redneck threatening them with a knife.
* BerserkButton: Kansas has a few.
* BlackComedy
* BrainlessBeauty: Jack, to an extreme extent.
* CampStraight: Bruce.
* TheCaper
* TheCheerleader
* ClarkKenting: The girls perform the heist dressed as... cheerleaders... with rubber masks.
* ClusterFBomb: Kansas.
* DeconstructorFleet: A lot of the teen comedy genre is taken apart.
* FellOffTheBackOfATruck: The "free" TV and VCR Jack and Diane's landlord "gives" them.
* FightingFingerprint: A non-fighting version (and played surprisingly realistically, given the comedic bent of the film): Lisa recognizes that the robbers are trained cheerleaders because she witnesses them doing a lift to disable a security camera, followed by a cheer-style dismount, but she isn't able to identify any specific individuals through their use of the technique.
* {{Gasshole}}: Diane; farting seems to be a side effect of her pregnancy.
* GeniusDitz: Jack is ''really'' dim, but a great salesman.
* GenreSavvy: Deliberately invoked. The squad watches heist movies to come up with a plan. Also subverted in that they don't find anything useful.
* MeaningfulName: [[Music/JohnMellencamp Jack and Diane]].
* MorningSickness: A running gag is Diane's frequent need to vomit.
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: The guy they get their guns from is called the "Terminator".
* PokeThePoodle: The girls watch heist movies to get ideas, but Hannah lives in a devout Christian household, and can only watch G-rated movies, so she watches ''Film/TheAppleDumplingGang''.
* ASimplePlan: Subverted; everything would've gone swimmingly if Lisa hadn't been there.
* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''Film/DropDeadGorgeous''. Both were written by Lona Williams, have similar themes, humor, characters and a few actors (like Creator/AlexandraHolden).
* StalkerWithACrush: Cleo seems awfully interested in Creator/{{Conan|OBrien}}...
* StepfordSmiler: Diane. Creator/MarleyShelton's big anime eyes help the effect.
* TeenPregnancy
* UnreliableNarrator: Lisa. Her complete and utter disdain for the A-Squad shows with her interpretations of the events of the movie. While she points out flaws in an A-Squad's performance, the rest of the student body is happily cheering along with the cheerleading chants. And at the winter sports pep rally she proclaims how scandalous it was that Fern got to be on top of the cheerleader pyramid and how disgusted everyone was. However, the routine itself (and Fern) got a standing ovation from the audience.
* WaxingLyrical: When Diane tells the other cheerleaders she plans to keep her baby, she tells a story similar to her own dilemma that appears to reference the Virgin Mary until it turns out she's reciting the lyrics to "Papa Don't Preach."
* WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue