Stephen Georg’s review published on Letterboxd :
When Megan is suspected of being a homosexual, her friends and family send her to True Directions, a "pray-the-gay-away" camp. But I'm a Cheerleader is a hilarious (and extremely campy) comedy of Megan's time spent being reformed into a heterosexual. The film is pretty good, but it tends to drag on, and the "serious" sections just come across as terrible and cheesy, even for a film as campy as this. Still, a pretty fun watch, and a scary reminder that these sort of rehabilitation camps do exist.