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What we get is a surprisingly funny film that has some charm to it, which is not something you hear applied to comedies all that often.
| Original Score: 3/4
This is the film where Stone really established herself not only as a star but as an engaging and charismatic actress
| Original Score: 4/5
A star-making performance by Emma Stone centers this humorous look at rumor mongering and the modern high school experience.
| Original Score: 4/4
Stone has a glittering career as a leading lady ahead of her.
A "B" for effort and "C+" for execution.
| Original Score: 2.5/5
It does get by on lively energy, a creativity in its writing, and a star turn by Stone.
| Original Score: 7/10
There's no reliance on gross out moments to sustain interest and it's genuinely funny with a lively script and a supporting cast of excellent adults.
Easy A passes due to Stone's star turn and a knowing screenplay that needed a little more bravery to elevate it to a top achievement.
| Original Score: B-
Emma Stone gets her best role to date in Easy A, a smart high-school comedy that recalls Clueless and 10 Things I Hate About You in its witty contemporary spin to a literary classic.
Si la película no es una pérdida de tiempo es, en primer lugar, gracias al talento cómico de Emma Stone y a una serie de referencias a la cultura pop capaces de generar empatía en el espectador.
| Original Score: 2/5
One of the most smug and obnoxiously self-aware films I've ever seen...
| Original Score: 2/4
With whip-smart dialog and an interesting premise, along with homages to the legendary John Hughes (who would be proud of this film), this high school sex comedy is way above average for this lowly movie genre.
| Original Score: B+
Ungainly but fleet, generous and, in between quips, alert to youthful discovery
"At the screening I was at, a youngish chap slouching next to me asked his friend: 'remind me why we're watching this'. 'For the girls,' was the reply. For Emma Stone, to be precise.
| Original Score: 3/5
Stone elevates the material to the near sublime in its best moments.
A high-school comedy that comes on both sassy and cute.
The set-up is ridiculous, but the overall message about self-respect is reassuringly old-fashioned -- that it's always better for people to decide for themselves who they want to be.
Stone is so winning in a star-is-born performance that you happily sit back and enjoy.
Like an insecure teen, this is a film that has no confidence in what it really has going for it, and instead projects an unnecessary air of false bravado.
This is the best high-school comedy since Mean Girls.