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Romy and Michele's High School Reunion (15th Anniversary Edition) [Blu-ray]

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It's time to kick up your heels and celebrate the 15th anniversary of a hilarious comedy hit starring Academy Award(R) winner Mira Sorvino (Best Supporting Actress, 1995, MIGHTY APHRODITE) and Emmy Award(R) winner Lisa Kudrow (Outstanding Supporting Actress, Comedy, 1998, FRIENDS). Experience the fun, the laughs and the sizzling soundtrack like never before on Blu-ray with an all-new digital restoration! Romy and Michele are carefree party girls who reinvent themselves for their 10-year high school reunion. Their plan is working perfectly until a former classmate (Janeane Garofalo) blabs their real story to everyone. But Romy and Michele have one more big surprise up their sleeves. This is one reunion you won't want to miss. Join the party on Blu-ray!

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  • Actors: Mira Sorvino, Lisa Kudrow, Janeane Garofalo, Alan Cumming
  • Directors: David Mirkin
  • Format: Blu-ray, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (DTS-HD High Res Audio), French (Dolby Digital 2.0), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish, English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Touchstone Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: August 7, 2012
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (489 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0080BFWE0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,965 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Kelly VINE VOICE on March 22, 2008
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Who doesn't want to go to their high school reunion, and show everyone they look better then they did then with success beyond anyone's dreams? This laugh out loud satire of course takes it to the extreme, but it is a fun movie. As the movie switches back and forth between the present and the past, we see how they were tortured in high school. Mira Sorvino and Lisa Kudrow act well together with great screen presence. The supporting cast is priceless! Well done comedy!
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Love that quote. I actually had mono in college and lost about 10 pounds, but I wouldn't recommend it as a diet. Anyway, my college roommate and I would watch this movie when fighting stress, trying to hide from stupid people at college, and for relaxation (which means that we watched it about every other week). A most necessary escapism!

The opening scene, in which R & M are making fun of "Pretty Woman" ("As if the salesgirls there aren't bigger whores than she is"...."i get so happy when they let her shop!") is pretty much evocative of the whole movie - comparing themselves with other women, shopping for jobs and men.

Another great scene is when they're at the club, looking for suitable men, and Romy gets away from one guy with the excuse, "I cut my foot before, and my shoe is filling up with blood."

A wonderful movie in general, especially for individualists who were never part of cliques, who despise people that still grade others with shallow high school hierarchy systems.

Laugh outloud funny, and Janeane Garafalo's character is a perfectly independent blend of bitterness, sarcasm, and bitchiness. "This dress exacerbates the genetic betrayal that is my legacy."

Especially enjoyed the 80s high school flashbacks. Dressing like Madonna for the prom, happily basking in their fashion skills and originality (but of course Billy had to ruin it). When one of the A-list crowd put the magnets on Romy's back, it was so tragic. As Michele said later, "You couldn't help that you had scoliosis!" Duh! Bullies who pick on people for traits that they cannot change should be dragged out into the street and shot (Garfield used to say that, I believe).

The reunion itself is both sad and a relief.
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Mira Sorvino and Lisa Kudrow are Romy and Michelle, two ditzy blonde friends who live together in LA. When Romy runs into a high school classmate (Jeanne Garofalo, at her finest) the two women decide to attend their tenth high school reunion. Michelle and Romy decide to fabricate lives for themselves- successful careers, boyfriends, etc., to impress the people they went to high school with.

Using "like" after "like every "like" word "like," the two drive a Jaguar from LA to Arizona, reliving memories from the past- including old crushes and avoiding the "A" crowd of popular girls. While at the reunion, a lot of things (some of them improbable, to be sure) occur.

Although not of the highest calibre, this movie is extraordinarily funny, light comedy. It reminds us of what was good (or bad) about our high school years, while making us laugh at the same time about the foibles of the past.
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Okay, it doesn't matter that I've seen this movie at least 36 times, I never get tired of plugging it.
Romy and Michele are invited to their 10-year High School Reunion. But when they start filling out their questionnaire ("They want to know what we've been doing for the past ten years.") they realize their lives aren't all that glamorous after all. So they devise a little scheme, making up a story involving the invention (and design!) of Post-It Notes. Thus spawns the great debate: Who's the Mary and who's the Rhoda.
Of course nothing goes according to plan, and the two decide to part ways once they arrive at their reunion back at Sagebrush High in Tucson, Arizona ("This town is, like, so unhip!" "Oh, I know!")
Despite the lengthy dream sequence in the middle of the movie, it made me wonder which group I belonged to in High School. Definitely not the A group. Lisa Kudrow was made to play Michele, the half-wit blonde with a heart of gold. Mira Sorvino was just as convincing as her best friend forever, Romy. The two could only be upstaged by the inimitable Janeane Garofalo. Throw in the perky Toby Walters (played to a "T" by Camryn Manheim) and Alan Cumming as the "pocket-protector" geek who constantly lusts after Michele and you have one cute story.
Of course, no matter how much I like this film, the cheesy dance sequence towards the end always makes me cringe. But it's still cute nevertheless. When I want to reminisce of my own 80's high school days, I'll pop in this video and wax nostalgic.
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I was so looking forward to getting this movie on Blu-Ray to add to my "Weekend Party Movies" collection, and now that I've got it, and watched it, I am very disappointed with the picture quality. 1080p, High Definition? I don't think so. The quality here looks like a typical 480p standard DVD.

Now, it may be an improvement over the previous DVD release, but it just doesn't look like they applied any effort to sharpen the imaging in the film. Everything still has that slight soft blurring that you generally see with your average DVD's.

This Blu-Ray film is released by Touchstone Home Entertainment. They haven't released a lot of Blu-Ray films yet. The only other Touchstone film I have on Blu-Ray is "Pearl Harbor."

Anyway, I'll be watching this Blu-Ray only on my 32" TV, where I watch only my standard DVD's, because a smaller screen gives a bad picture a better chance of looking improved. This is the first Blu-Ray disc that I've bought where I have to make that decision. This Blu-Ray disc of "Romy and Michele's High School Reunion" just doesn't look good on a larger TV.

Maybe they'll remaster this film better when they re-release it as a 20th Anniversary Edition. Somehow, I see that coming as a profitable intention on their part.
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