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...
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...
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!"
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."
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...
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.
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