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Don't let looks deceive you!!!!,
Let me begin by saying I am not normally a fan of the "Clueless" type character, but this is far from what I expected going into this movie. Reese Witherspoon's character "Elle" is a sweet, funny, smart and completely likeable character and has you caring for her and rooting for her to win and prove everyone wrong. After being dumped by her boyfriend Warner because he thought she wasn't smart enough for a future lawyer or senator, she follows him to Harvard determined to win him back. While she struggles with fitting in, she slowly wins over several of her classmates, and proves she is no dumb blonde. This movie is fun, and well worth seeing. I was skeptical about this movie, but don't let the trailer and bad critic reviews turn you off of this bright and funny film.
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Initial post: Aug 9, 2012, 7:52:22 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Sep 23, 2012, 3:17:15 PM PDT
Creepy Skulldini says:
Notice how Hollywood can't do this similar sort of thing with people on the basis of their SKIN color anymore ( thats "racist" ), . .. but it's still alright to do this with people on the basis of their HAIR color ?
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 16, 2014, 5:18:15 PM PST
Precious Powder Puff says:
You need to check out the moving and thoughtful treatise on my people, "White Girls," by the Wayans Bros. As a white girl, I found this neither racist nor offensive. I LMFAO. Especially where they sang along to Vanessa Carlton songs at the top of their lungs and threatened to write letters.
They needed to add more diet cokes and ugg boots, though. HAHAHAHAHAHAH it's funny because it's true. hee hee have a sense of humor, people.
I would also like to see a Goth Girls or Emo Girls movie, based on my dark-haired friends. Christ that would be funny. Everybody run to Hot Topic and look sour at the mall.
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