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Mean Girls
Movie: Mean Girls(2004)[tt0377092] Lindsay Lohan stars as Cady Heron, a 16 year old homeschooled girl who not only makes the mistake of falling for Aaron Samuels (Jonathan Bennett), the ex-boyfriend of queenbee Regina George (Rachel McAdams), but also unintentionally joins The Plastics, led by Regina herself. Join Cady as she learns that high school life can and will be really tough. Written byBash Cleesattel
Title Mean Girls
Release Date 18 June 2004 (UK)
Runtime
Genres Comedy
Production Companies Paramount Pictures, M.G. Films, Broadway Video
Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan...
Cady Heron...
Rachel McAdams
Rachel McAdams...
Regina George (a...
Tina Fey
Tina Fey...
Ms. Norbury...
Tim Meadows
Tim Meadows...
Mr. Duvall...
Amy Poehler
Amy Poehler...
Mrs. George...
Ana Gasteyer
Ana Gasteyer...
Cady's Mom...
Lacey Chabert
Lacey Chabert...
Gretchen Wieners...
Lizzy Caplan
Lizzy Caplan...
Janis Ian...
Daniel Franzese
Daniel Franzese...
Damian...
Neil Flynn
Neil Flynn...
Cady's Dad...
Jonathan Bennett
Jonathan Bennett...
Aaron Samuels...
Amanda Seyfried
Amanda Seyfried...
Karen Smith...
Rajiv Surendra
Rajiv Surendra...
Kevin Gnapoor...

Reviews

atlasmb on 11 September 2017
"Mean Girls" feels perfectly suited to Lindsay Lohan's talents. As the new girl in school (Cady Heron) who is trying to fit in, she is extremely likable. She becomes fast friends with Janis Ian (Lizzy Caplan, who nails her performance. If you are not familiar with singer Janis Ian, check out her hit single "Seventeen") and Damian (Daniel Franzese), but gets sucked into a three-girls clique called the Plastics. With her allegiance split between the two factions, she finds herself becoming a person she does not like.This film is notable for the break-through performances of Rachel McAdams and Amanda Seyfried. McAdams plays Regina, the queen of the Plastics. It is a role that is similar to many that preceded, but still holds up.Speaking of precursors, one might consider this film to be a rip-off of others that came before. Or it might be considered as merely referential. Or perhaps an homage. But however you chose to view it, it has definite references to "The Breakfast Club", "Ferris Bueller's Day Off", "Clueless", "Risky Business", and other John Hugh's films.The screenplay (adaptation) by Tina Fey is, at turns, clever and unsubtle. But it is a solid entry in the canon of teen comedies.

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