Reviewed byBelieveInDreamsVote: 7/10/10
I'm almost certain this movie will get low votes on here but that is noreason not to watch this. If you are expecting a high budget teen movieyou wont get that but what you will get is an hour and a half ofbrainless entertainment. The acting is decent enough for the plot whichis pretty much given away in the trailer but it goes well with thesilliness of the film. The main character although you are supposed tolove her can challenge this since some of her lines are slightly overthe top bitchy. It's also a concept tackled before in slightlydifferent ways but my guess is that if you like films like Jawbreakerand Heathers, although this does not compare in the slightest it isstill a good watch and a good film to pass a night with.
Reviewed byFionaGoodeVote: 2/10/10
This movie is terrible. The story could have been decent (think Weekendat Bernies meets Mean Girls) but it never takes off. Instead you aregiven over an hour of Haley Duff doing her best to act, in a cheapsynthetic wig and a wardrobe bested by Sears. The rest of the actorsare not that great either, in fact forgettable...the wig is the star.The dialog is cheap and rides the current 'netspeak' craze, "Totes!",for example. You spend 99.8% of the movie in a pink house and like withthe storyline, you are stuck there. From impromptu jello wrestling tohand jobs, you are given nothing more than a collage of 'nationallampoon ultra lite', cliché, offerings.
Obviously made on a shoestring budget (again, the wig) it's like aDirect to DVD student film, slathered in pink.
Reviewed byJessica MVote: 2/10/10
Obviously this movie is a bit of a fantasy, which is fine. This moviecould have been funnier. There were moments that made us laugh, butthen those moments just fizzled out.
I realize that the wig has been getting a lot of mention on here, andthe thing is it is just SO bad. Hailey looks better with her realhair. There are so many close ups on the wig that you can't help butnotice that it isn't her real hair. It distracts from the movie andmakes the viewer ask questions. Was her character supposed to bewearing wig for unknown plot purposes? Will she at any moment tear offthe wig Scooby Doo style to reveal she is someone else? Was Hailey abrunette at the time and the script called for a blond? Would it be sobad if the character had dark hair? Why did they choose wig with suchBIG hair? Anyway, the lighting was really good and the set designerreally did follow the "pink" theme. It does look like everyone had funmaking this movie.
In conclusion: It isn't good and it isn't "soooo bad you have to seeit."
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