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Monday, 15 October 2012

movie- Mean girls

Cady Heron is a 15-year-old home-schooled teenager who’s going to public school for the first time after living in Africa where her parents worked.  Her mum Betsy has gotten a position teaching at Northwestern College, so she and Cady’s zoologist dad Chip have packed up and moved Cady to a suburb of Chicago, Illinois. Her first friends become student outcasts Janis Ian  and Damian. They say that Cady is a “regulation hottie,” and whatever clique she gets into, she should just beware of the Plastics.  The Plastics are a group of super-hot, super-snobby popular girls consisting of Regina George, Gretchen Weiners , and Karen Smith.  Regina is the leader (or “Queen Bee”) who is a genius at teenage manipulation; Gretchen is a spoiled brat gossip living off her family’s fortune (her dad invented toaster pastries); and Karen is a cute blonde but not very clever. Cady had originally intended to join Ms. Norbury’s Mathletes team, which includes an math geek named Kevin Gnapoor (Rajiv Surendra) who thinks that he is a smooth player, but instead gets sucked into the world of the Plastics when Regina takes a liking to her and invites her to eat with them in the cafeteria.  Instead of trying to talk Cady out of joining the Plastics, Janis and Damien look at it as a way to infiltrate the Plastics’ world and find out all of their secrets.  They convince Cady to become a Plastic and report back to them.  Cady finds out things like Regina’s “burn book,” that includes mean, nasty observations about most everyone at the school, along with their pictures.  She also learns that they aren’t allowed to wear the same hairstyle two weeks in a row, and that ex-boyfriends are off-limits, like Regina’s ex Aaron Samuels (Jonathan Bennett), a boy she met in her math class.  When Regina finds out about Cady’s attraction to Aaron, she decides to mess with her by making her think that she has a chance with him.  After Regina’s betrayal, Cady becomes determined to not only spy on the Plastics, but to take them down as well.  The more she does mean things to the Plastics, the more she starts becoming similar to them.  Her new mean-spiritedness not only affects the Plastics, but Janis and Damien as well, and Ms. Norbury, who is accused of being a drug dealer.  If the girls can’t get a handle on their cruel actions, Principal Duvall might cancel the Spring Fling…and nobody wants that.

I think this is a must see movie and is a great watch

recommendation- very high
age- 12+
rating- 8/10

Here is a trailer of this movie-

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