During an interview with the FBI, disgruntled B-squad pom-pomer Marla Sokoloff fingers her A-squad rivals for armed robbery, as flashbacks show how the five girls were driven to rent DVDs to learn how to be criminals. This ambiguously pitched 2001 comedy—its idea of sexy humor is a cheerleader farting—shoots for camp without bothering with satire. And the usual profanity and homophobia seem out of place without the usual T and A—the camera is consistently trained on Marley Shelton, Mena Suvari, Rachel Blanchard, Melissa George, and Sara Marsh with more admiration than desire. Francine McDougall directed a screenplay by Mandy Nelson; with James Marsden. 93 min.