Scary Movie 2

B (out of 5) More comedy madness from the team that brought you the first horror movie spoof, and this one shows once again how unfortunate it is that the Wayans brothers can’t adapt the genius of their skits on TV’s In Living Colour to the big screen to any satisfaction. The surviving cast members … More Scary Movie 2

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Mean Girls

BBB.5 (out of 5) A fresh-faced sixteen year-old girl (Lindsay Lohan) who has spent her life home-schooled in Africa is brought back to the States and put into a public school for the first time. She immediately befriends both misfits and in-crowders, plus falls for the cutest boy in school (Jonathan Bennett) who sits right … More Mean Girls

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Metropolitan

BBBB.5 (out of 5) Whit Stillman took the art house by storm with this witty and intelligent social drama. It takes place in the world of New York debutantes of the 1970s (though attempts at period authenticity are lax), with a group of socialites gossiping about each other for two hours. The protagonist of the … More Metropolitan

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Bring It On

BBBB (out of 5) Kirsten Dunst gives a charming performance as a suburban high-schooler who has recently been promoted to the captain of the school’s cheerleading squad. Working towards winning a national championship, she finds out that her predecessor was stealing the group’s moves from a highly superior big-city high school team. Dunst has to build … More Bring It On

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Get Over It

BBB (out of 5) Musical numbers are the best thing about this witty little teenage romance. Ben Foster is a high-schooler who has just been dumped by his longtime girlfriend and, in his misery, avoids Kirsten Dunst and her obvious attraction to him…oh that I were in high school again. Martin Short gives a funny performance as the … More Get Over It

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