|Clueless (DVD, 2010, Canadian; "Whatever!" Edition) (DVD, 2010)|
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I love this movie. Its a classic teen comedy. Cher (Alicia Silverstone) struggles with love, life and a step brother. She soon finds out that when it comes to love she's well clueless. A must see for all teens.
This movie is way funny..and sassy. I think that all the things that they add (like the long words that they say to sound smart) is way funny. This movie..is a example of what school is like in Beverly Hills. It also shows a girl that has a lawyer for a dad and a ex-stepbrother who she hangs out with when he is home watching ren and stimpy..when Josh (her ez stepbrother) wants to watch the news. He feels she is spoiled but as the movie goes on. Somethings change. It also shows Cher's best friend Dionne. She has a boyfriend named Murry. Cher and Dionne are just learning how to drive and trying to deal with the unhappy teachers and a new "clueless" girl that comes to the school. Her name is Tai and she is new the Beverly Hills. She has no friends at first but then Cher and Dionne help. This one incident happens to Tai that makes her even more popular then Cher. Cher becomes jelous, because she is the one that made her that way..and Tai doesn't give her credit. This movie is definaltly the movie you would want to see if you were in a bad mood and wanted to cheer up..or if you are bored and want to roll with laughter.
I just love this movie. It is so funny. I have watched it over and over and still laugh when I see it. This movie is a great take on modern day teenage life as well as portraying a message of knowing self worth and not judging a book by it's cover. As if???
Like, Whatever!!! I really love this movie. It is funny and totally valley-girl. It's the typical chic-flick with the girl-gets-boy happy ending. It went on to get a series, which would have been so much better with Alicia Silverstone in it, but we can't have it all. This is definitely not for the younger audience due to drug use and sex talk. But it is SO for the girls in all of us, no matter what age.
This is the perfect movie to veg out with! A 90's classic comedy (not very subtly based on Emma by Jane Austen) chock full of sarcasm, faux fur, and "whatever"'s!