Hey guys, how’s it going? Rahul here coming in with a brand new blog. Hope everyone has had an amazing week. I had my SAT yesterday which is the reason I couldn’t blog last Wednesday. But, I’m hoping that everything will go back to schedule. But, for today I’ll be reviewing a movie. So, let’s begin.
This teen, comedy film was directed by Mark Waters and was released in April, 2004.
Duration: 1 hour 37 minutes (97 minutes)
- Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan)
- Regina George (Rachel McAdams)
- Gretchen Wieners (Lacey Chabert)
- Karen Smith (Amanda Seyfried)
- Janis Ian (Lizzy Caplan)
Cady is a new girl at high school. After being home schooled her whole life in Africa, this is definitely a new environment for her. Now, Cady must battle it out against the devious plastics who make life a living hell for everyone in the school.
This movie is definitely iconic. There are so many famous scenes from this film and actually a huge fan base for it as well. As a film, the whole thing is actually pretty bad. A very boring and quite common story line of bullying girls who rule the school when suddenly new girl arrives and is also bullied and now the new girl must save the school. All too common and nothing really unique to single out this film. But, the movie was quite funny and did provide me enjoyment for the hour and a half I watched it. The movie had ample music which added to the whole ‘teen’ feeling of the film. It had a nice cast and it really did look like they tried really hard for this film to succeed. But, with a mix of bad acting and a poor choice of plot, the movie was very below average and really is iconic for just joking purposes (I hope). I don’t really know if I should review the second one because of how similar it is to the first one. Please tell me if you would like a review for the second one as well. If I had to say, I would probably recommend to watch this movie only with your friends at a sleepover when you really wanna watch a bad but funny and enjoyable film. Overall comical.
I would give this movie 2/5 stars.