Very average Lindsay Lohan vehicle - she's ok in this, but her character is rather conceited and annoying. The film also doesn't have the comedy or pathos of Freaky Friday nor the spirit or bite of Mean Girls. The best part of the film is also what it's structured around, to the effect that what comes before is build-up (of a sort) and what happens after is uninteresting: Lola (Lohan) gets to met her idol, lead singer of pop-group Sidarthur, Stu (a bizarre Adam Garcia), only to have her romantic ideals of him ("He's the greatest writer since Shakespeare!") shattered when she discovers he's a drunk loser. There's a good film trying to get out of this mediocre effort, but the leaden writing, grating supporting performances from the adults and bland direction (the insertion of 'pop-up book' style sequences is soon abandoned in favour of made for TV production values) stop it from being anything but blah-ish. Admittedly I'm not exactly the target demographic for this kind of stuff; pre-teen and young teenage girls may very well love it.