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90s classic movie still watchable.
Is the best movie I have ever seen, the characters are lovable and Iconic to the point you root for them through the whole movie. There are no inconsistencies, and the storylines make sense. The setting and wardrobe are amazing and completely fit the story. Probably the best part of the movie is the iconic writing, making some of the best movie quotes still used to this day. Alicia Silverstone's portrayal of Cher is great because it fits the actions of the character, but has more depth than similar characters like her. The portrayal of teenagers isn´t out of reality and is down to earth compared to most of the teen movies. It is completely original, from the main character´s point of view to the love story.
Classic. Alicia Silverstone is amazing in this movie.
Not sure why they decided to make this movie slightly incestual, but whatever. Clueless has its moments, but it's kind of all over the place in terms of plot, mood, and pacing. Chemistry between characters feels forced and the movie never really feels like it's going anywhere. That being said, the music is great and a lot of the jokes land pretty well.
This movie was so a masterpiece! Cher was the Queen of the 90's
The first time I saw this movie was in 1996 on my honeymoon. At the time I had no interest in seeing it, but I loved it and I soon ended up buying the DVD and watching it a hundred times over with my husband. We both loved it, which was rare for us to like the same thing. The cast is great and it's fun to see how many of them have gone on to success, most likely because of this movie. It does have some swearing and some references to sex, but the smart dialogue and hilariuos moments seem to overshadow that. It has a great soundtrack and for a movie that's loosely based on Jane Austen's Emma, it even has a good message. You just have to search for it. When I first saw this I'd been out of high school for ten years but the movie does a great job portraying high school life. Definitely recommended and dare I say that it ranks up there with the John Hughes classics?
Even though I'm not a fan of chick flicks, I did enjoy this one. It had funny moments, had a nice coming-of-age theme to it, and the cast did a solid job.
The least erotic step fantasy porn I've ever seen. I don't care what the divorce papers say, Paul Rudd railed his teenaged stepsister, but we didn't even get to watch. All the humping happens off-screen. No tears or side peen or anything.
It’s approach may not be for everyone, but there’s still some clever laughs in there too.
Despite a fun cast and hilarious script, the story is just non-existent.