If you couldn't detect the harsh sarcasm from the previous paragraph, allow me to demonstrate my meaning here: I was not happy watching this movie. It made me sad as a human being. The rich "white" characters spend their time chatting in "IM talk", which consists of them literally spelling out things like "OMG", "WTF", and "LOL". The ghetto "black" characters, on the other hand, spend their time joking around about having fat asses, dissing white people, and talking like they should be on an episode of Jerry Springer ("Ahh gurl, you did not jus' disrespeck me in fron' mah friends!"). The film also includes the latest in bizarre dance forms - something called "krumping". It took me awhile to realize it was a dance though, because all it looked like was a number of people devolving back to an ape-like stage in evolution, and at the same time pretending to have epileptic seizures whilst intoxicated and humping the air. And apparently, "krumping" just so happens to be the type of stuff that wins cheerleading tournaments. I'll be damned.
Suffice it to say, this is a terrible movie. But shockingly enough, it's actually not as bad as it could've (and should've) been. Considering the blatant race jokes, constant moronic high school back-and-forths, and non-stop movie clichés (like everything concerning the asshole boyfriend, back-stabbing friend, etc.), I'm sort of surprised the movie was merely awful, and not "so awful that it was most likely born from the taint of Lucifer's ass crack, much like that of a Uwe Boll film" (on a completely unrelated topic, I like to pride myself for conceiving such sophisticated humor). Plus, this movie actually makes more really good eye candy, since there's a pretty much endless onslaught of hot chicks grazing the screen with not-so-surprisingly skimpy clothing. Honestly, I'm almost happy I watched the movie for that alone.
Gag Reel (11:32): Wow. Over 11 minutes of bloopers. Kinda tells you something, huh? Eh, at least some of it's funny. There are other parts though, where all you see is people laughing randomly. Hmmm... Not exactly funny. The rest of the time is filled up with cheering mistakes, actors flubbing lines, and weird faces being made at the screen.
Behind the Cheers (8:21): While there is a decent amount of behind-the-scenes footage, this is still a pretty "meh" featurette. Just a bunch of actors discussing the movie-making experience, praising the crew, etc.
Cheer Camp: From Wannabe to Cheerleader (7:15): This featurette gives the viewer a little taste of what the actors had to go through in order to perform properly during the cheering scenes.
Break It Down (19:20): This featurette is pretty much just a cheer lesson for beginners. Not exactly something that I find interesting, but fans will probably dig it.
From the Street to the Set (5:40): The choreographers discuss some of the other important aspects behind the rigorous activity behind the film, mainly relating to "krumping".