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An adolescent girl, Cady, accustomed being on safari with her zoologist parents, must now battle new terrain when they relocate to Illinois. Much to her dismay, she enrolls in the local public... View more >
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Apr 30, 2004
May 12, 2004
a drawing room comedy that center on the mrituals of teenagers, especially perefect teens turn nasty. Lidnesy Lohem plays a home schooled girl who was transfered from Africa to the states. You can call it an updated version of "Heathgers," the dark 1989 comedy. Tina Fry, who is a member of Saturday Nioght Live has come out with a stronmg script that daws terroritories, and seperate each other by the meaness of their behavior.
May 15, 2004
This movie was good but not spectacular. It was good for the type of film it was, a movie about high school, and Lindsey Lohan did a good job. I thought that the end was a bit cheesy and that the morals were kind of annoying as well. And like most high school movies, the movie was pretty predictable. But there were a good amount of funny parts and the acting was good so overall it was a good movie
May 20, 2004
Enjoyable movie. Gotta like Tina Fey.
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