I love Dolly Parton, and Jennifer Aniston, those are the two stars. The movie was not only unoriginal, but also a huge virtue signal. Without confidence, it doesnt matter what you look like, the hot guy isn't going to notice you, unless you're a godess. I believe the message that the movie sends, with the adorable male character turning down the model for a girl who is not only not as physically attractive, but has less confidence is unrealistic and hurtful to people who live in reality. True, you can win with personality, but the attractive qualities in personality are confidence, and hard work. When the main character sees her friend working hard, she rolls her eyes. I had hoped her performance would make up for that and show that she had changed, but it didnt seem to. What it seemed like was everyone around her changed and that's what gave her the confidence, instead of the main character learning something and changing themselves. Also, that short haired chick complaing about patriarchy? Does she not know how blessed she is to be living in a country that will allow her to dress the way she pleases?