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In general, I am not a movie fan. Sitting in front of a screen for more than an hour just WAITING for the director to finally get to the cliche, "I knew this was coming" ending irks me. So naturally, when I watched the movie Drive Me Crazy I loved it. I know, I know. I like this movie but I don't like watching other cinematic masterpieces?!!! But for some reason this 90s, mind- numbing chic-flick caught my attention. Yes, the plot was just like everyone other movie plot during this time. The usual girl is neighbors with guy. Guy is weird, girl is popular. Guy and girl don't get along. Something happens to make girl like guy. Throughout the movie girl and guy fall in love without realizing they love each other. End of movie, girl and guy end up together, The end. And I just summarized the whole movie, but no matter how cliche the movie may have been it was still one of the better Netflix movies I have ever watched. I love Melissa Joan Hart in other movies and I loved her in this one (not to mention Adrian Grenier isn't hard on the eyes). The plot in more details consists of Melissa, Nicole, is popular and needs a date to the dance that she is in charge of putting together. Her crush ends up not asking her so she is in desperate need to find someone and of course her choice is her rebellious, misunderstood neighbor, Chase. Nicole transforms Chase into one of the "popular" kids. Some things go wrong throughout the movie but the two end up together. Overall I give the movie a 4/5, except for the ending. THE ENDING IS SO WEIRD. I don't want to spoil it but 0/5 on the end.