Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen Reviews
Lola is a teenage high school kid dealing with moving away from her father, and New York City, into upper New Jersey with her mom. She wants to fit in with her classmates and eventually graduate from high school and head into acting. She practices her acting techniques on her classmates by telling them lies to put herself in a better image. When her classmates start discovering her lies, they find her magnificence hard to identify because they don't know what's true and what's her fabrications.
"In kindergarten she used to bite the head off dolls."
Sara Sugarman, director of Mad Cows, Very Annie Mary, Vinyl, and House of Versace, delivers Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen. The storyline for this picture is a bit corny and a huge step down from Mean Girls (and not nearly as funny). The characters are fairly well written, but the setting is corny and fairly cliché. The acting was better than I anticipated and the cast includes Lindsay Lohan, Megan Fox, Adam Garcia, Glenne Headly, Alison Pill, and Eli Marienthal.
"I want onions. This is a donut."
We came across this film while flicking through the channels and decided to DVR it. I was kind of surprised this was a Disney picture. I always loved Mean Girls and still feel that is one of the better films from this genre. This is a far cry from that level of movie. This isn't a bad movie, it is worth watching once if you enjoy teenage drama, but I wouldn't add it to my DVD collection or expect too much from this.
"Nature is telling us to go."