Legally Blondes (2008)
When Elle Wood's British twin cousins move to Los Angeles to attend high school, they quickly learn that in order to succeed they will need to prove that blondes not only have more fun, but have more smarts as well. Savage Steve Holland directs this straight-to-video Legally Blonde spin-off starring Camilla and Rebecca Rosso.
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Not good. Why can't they just leave these movies alone instead of churning out pointless sequels?! They must have paid Reese Witherspoon a lot of money to put her name on this crap.
This has the feel of a tv movie, the twins are nauseatingly sweet and it's just totally lacking any story at all and can't believe in any of the characters. I can't imagine who the target audience would be for this. It is too simpery even for tweens. Avoid.
This updated version stars twins Becky and Milly Rosso (TV's "The Suite Life of Zach and Cody") as Izzy and Annie Woods, Elle's cousins who have picked up the same fashion senses as their cousin.
When the middle class twins start at a new prep school, they are the envy of every girl and draw the attention of every guy. There is one exception. Reigning school tyrant, Tiffany (Brittany Curran), does not like the new British babes that have stolen her thunder.
Izzy and Annie must figure out how to use their inherited "Wood's" charm to make new friends, smooth things over with school leaders, while at the same time fighting off the aggressive pursuits of their nemesis. The good news is that the film is free of offensive language and does have a family-friendly message. The bad news is this comedy offers little laughter, even less depth in plot.
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