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A blonde, clueless co-ed desperately want to wed her fraternity boyfriend, but her "blondeness" precludes him from popping the question. The frat eventually goes to Harvard for law school, leaving his girl behind and getting cozy with an old flame from the East coast. The blonde cutie decides to take matters into her own hands and sets off to make it into and through Harvard Law proving to her boyfriend and herself that she's more than just another dumb blonde.
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The film transfer is excellent, flawless detail and nice dark blacks keep the movie popping nicely, not too surprising on a relatively recent film mastered to blu ray. The sound is a nice stereo transfer, nothing amazing but it is clear with a clean sound stage and excellent voice clarity, no issues picking out dialogue, no muddy music or sound effects, all is nice and crisp. An excellent transfer all in all.
I've heard that this film is good, not what you expect, yayah. whatever. I was bored home alone over break, so I tried it.
it's a wonderfully honest expectations vs reality. you expect what you get for the first half - pretty girl loses her Boyfriend, decides to win him back, gets in to Harvard (HOW? by sending a video of herself in a bikini *shudders*).
blah blah blah.
the tipping point for me was the "costume party" - she finally has a word alone with her ex. he basically tells her what the rest of the world has been telling her - she's "too pretty" to be a lawyer. she's hot already, why try for a hard and possibly *gasp!* rewarding goal? she already has the male gaze! *heavy sarcasm*
up to this point, she really hasn't been /trying/ to be a lawyer, just the kind of girl the Boyfriend wants.
instead of crying/wailing/wanting him back, the movie takes a rad left into "I'm going to beat you at your game, FOR ME."
a rare and very good tone to take, if done right.
this movie to me is her kicking her personal patriarchy's butt, so I had fun.
if the goal is to make some little feminists, I'd go for the 8 to tween range and talk about it after/throughout.
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It's in great Blue-ray quality, the case is fine (no issue with it), and overall I have no complaints.Read more