#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Her parents being zoologists, homeschooled Cady Heron lived in Africa for 15 years. Attending a Chicago public high school for the first time, she starts out by befriending the “best people you will meet”, Janis, a supposedly lesbian girl; and Damian, a boy “too gay to function”. Cady is warned to avoid the “worst people you will ever meet”, the Plastics–a clique comprised of three girls: Gretchen Wieners, a girl who’s rich because her father invented toaster strudel; Karen Smith, the “dumbest girl you will ever meet”; and Regina George, the unofficial leader and the meanest one. She becomes a hit with the Plastics and eventually assimilates into the clique, only for Janis to ask her sabotage them. After conflicts involving Regina’s ex-boyfriend, Aaron Samuels, Cady later becomes tied between being part of them or sabotaging them. Whilst eventually becoming one, she sabotages them. She tricks Regina into eating fattening candy bars that she claims will make her skinny, tries to break her and Samuel up, and tries to turn her fellow Plastics, Karen and Gretchen against her. Will she be caught? Will she become too Plastic and become the fourth Plastic?
Plot: Cady Heron is a hit with The Plastics, the A-list girl clique at her new school, until she makes the mistake of falling for Aaron Samuels, the ex-boyfriend of alpha Plastic Regina George.
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_Mean Girls_ has absolutely no business being as phenomenal as it is. None at all. If you’ve read many enough my reviews to get any sort of indication as to the sort of cinema I am in to, then you could be forgiven for assuming I wouldn’t be a fan. After all, _Mean Girls_ is about as far away from my wheelhouse as a movie could conceivably be. But I fucking **love** it. And I honestly can’t tell you why. Every single piece of _Mean Girls_ examined in isolation, is something I despise. Every trope, formula, format, cliche, device and style choice is something I have ragged on a hundred times before in different reviews, but for whatever reason, I cannot put _Mean Girls_ down. I don’t think a single year has gone by since I first saw it in the late ’00s that I haven’t rewatched it. Usually, multiple times a year. Inexplicable, but there it is.
_Final rating:★★★★½ – Ridiculously strong appeal. I can’t stop thinking about it._
I hardly ever watch contemporary American comedies in which most of the top cast are women (I still haven’t seen either ‘Clueless’, ‘Bridesmaids’ or ‘Heathers’, for example), but recently I enjoyed ‘The Devil Wears Prada’, I have liked both Lindsay Lohan (especially in ‘Bobby’ and ‘The Prairie Home Companion’) and Rachel McAdams (most significantly in ‘Redeye’ and ‘Passion’), so knowing that one of my favourite SNL comediennes, Tina Fey, both wrote and co-starred in this, made me give it a shot. It being critically lauded by some male cinephiles I trust didn’t hurt matters, either.
It was full of laughs and subtly got across its points about 21st-century American society and of the growing pains for young women in its high school shenanigans. ‘Mean Girls’ is definitely worth the trouble to find and to give a try yourself. It left me enthusiastically wishing Ms. Lohan can sort out her personal troubles and get back to acting, where she belongs.
Fun & worth seeing
“Mean Girls” is a fun movie that can be enjoyed thoroughly by the adult set as well as its seeming target audience, teens. The flick opens up with Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan) embarking on her first day of the jungle that is high school ever as she has been home-schooled in Africa her whole life. After some initial bumps in the road, she manages to befriend two “artsy” misfits, Janis (Lizzy Caplan) and Damian (Daniel Franzese). Surprisingly, however, she is also quickly welcomed into the Plastics, a group of uber-popular girls who seem to be simultaneously admired and resented by all. On Janis’s urgings, Cady infiltrates the Plastics, and her mission becomes personal when the Plastics leader, Regina (Rachel McAdams), stabs Cady in the back.
“Mean Girls” is indeed an exaggerated version of reality, but its depiction of the brutality and ridiculousness of high school and the need to find and stay true to oneself within a social construct manage to ring true. It does not stray away from or gloss over the dark humor that high school inevitably draws out nor is it apologetic in its over-the-topness. The result is a hilarious, well-written/performed film that is unpredictable and worth seeing.
Lindsay Lohan shows us once again that not only is an actress with range and a deft comedienne, she is also extremely likable and charismatic. Other stand-out performances go to Caplan and Franzese as well as Tina Fey (who plays a teacher), Amanda Seyfried (as one of the Plastics, Karen), and McAdams. McAdams, probably best known as the title character in “The Hot Chick”, is an actress who continues surprise me with her great comedic skills (don’t believe me? Watch her deleted scenes from “The Hot Chick” DVD. I liked them better than the whole movie!!).
All in all, this flick is great fun and more well-done than might be initially expected!
This movie is an easy one to enjoy over and over again. I think how funny you find the story is relative to your age. As someone newly out of high school, I can tell you that the high school clicks portrayed in this film are a bit far-fetched. I have never heard someone say “you can’t sit with us” or of being called “too gay to function”. This movie is still simply witty and smart with a story line that is far different from the main stream movies that come out today.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 37 min (97 min)
Director Mark Waters
Writer Rosalind Wiseman (book), Tina Fey (screenplay)
Actors Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Tina Fey, Tim Meadows
Country USA, Canada
Awards 7 wins & 25 nominations.
Production Company Paramount Pictures, M.G.Films
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, DTS
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arriflex 435, Panavision Primo Lenses, Panavision Panaflex Millennium, Panavision Primo Lenses, Panavision Panaflex Platinum, Panavision Primo Lenses, Panavision Panaflex Gold, Panavision Primo Lenses
Film Length 2,657 m (Switzerland)
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm