Identity Theft of a Cheerleader (2019)

During her senior year of high school, Vicky (Maiara Walsh, Zombieland) had to drop out and over the next decade, she’s worked her way to rock bottom. Now, she wants to make her mother proud by stealing a teenager’s identity and having the best senior year of her life, even if she has to take out anyone who gets in her way.

Writer Barbara Kymlicka was behind plenty of David DeCoteau films. This movie fits right into his made for TV look and it’s directed by Christie Will Wolf.

It’s part of Lifetime’s new Cheer! Rally! Kill! 5-Film Collection, which features four other movies with cheerleaders in trouble that we’ll be watching all this week. It’s now available on DVD. This one doesn’t follow the format of the other movies on this set. It doesn’t have a young dancer in a new school with an old trauma and geeky friends who must make a hero’s journey. But nearly all the other ones totally have those tropes in force.

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