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This is quite a different version to the typical high school chick flick that drowns the market. Easy A is about how rumours can make or break your reputation, as well as who your friends really are. But also how you can take insults and use them to your advantage.
It has a pretty funny script with some catchy insults from the witty and very sarcastic Olive (Emma Stone). Her best come backs are usually toward the “Jesus Freak”, Marianne (Amanda Bynes), who was responsible for spreading the original rumour about Olive losing her virginity… Continue reading
Tagged 2010, 2013, amanda bynes, awesome, chick flick, comedy, connie, easy a, eighties, emma stone, film, film freak, film review, filmfreak, freak, jodie, juno, movie, music, nz, olive, review, song
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Probably the best high school based film. Openly addressing and mocking their stereotypes and the pressures each one of them are under by their associated peers.
It is a very well made film because it is entirely based in one place during one day, with a tiny cast. We are sitting in on a Saturday detention with five completely contrasting students who soon find out what they hate and what they love about each other and themselves. Very human, very emotionally rooted.
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Tagged 1985, 2013, allison, andrew, awesome, brian, claire, connie, eighties, film, film freak, film review, filmfreak, freak, high school, john, judd, movie, music, nz, review, song, stereotypes, the breakfast club, the pleasure dome