and I had very low expectations, but I was VERY pleasantly surprised at the the insightfulnes of the movie, the striking portraits of the characters and the language, which was smart, hip and memorable.
I think it's this generation's "Breakfast Club."
This movie...you don't even know. I watch it at LEAST once a month. This should be played at every high school freshman orientation. I know the script by heart...most quotable movie ever. Every girl should dress as the plastics do. On Mondays: Wear colored shoes
I have seen this movie like 200 times with my friends and I still laugh. What's great is when you're half asleep and you watch a movie and every part of it is funny because your so tired you don't know what the hell your laughing at.
I love this movie so much. I have watched it too many times. It just has such a good message though. And some of the stuff these girls say and do is so ridiculous that it is hilarious.
Another good movie that I think is similar is "Saved". It's the same catty girl...
when i lived in the South these three sisters and i would watch this movie every weekend. i've gotten to the point where i can literally recite the movie from beginning to end. i NEVER get tired of it. it's so hilarious.
i think it's so funny to talk to boys about it though...
Of course it's good, Tina Fay wrote the damn thing. That woman is awesome. Lindsey's a ***** but she was good for the main role, I'll admit. I quote it all the time.
"You go Glenn Cocoa!"
"You have your cousins, then your first cousins, then your second cousins...
This movie is in my top, oh..., 20. My top changes so much I have to make it a big number, lol. But this movie got me liking Lohan even though she was/is a coke head. Plus it's super funny even if I'm not a teenage girl. :)
"Boo, you wh*re!"