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Amanda Mathews over 1 year ago
Fun, but trope-y. Does show to little girls to stick up for oneself.
Natalie over 1 year ago
just lols, watched as 3 law students
Lino Monteiro 2 years ago
A simple, unsophisticated but captivating chick flick with a surprisingly lovable lead.
Michael Cole over 2 years ago
Haters gonna hate
Suzie Hunt over 3 years ago
Fun and not too sappy.
Rachel Finston over 3 years ago
Aliece-Eve Fatin 5 years ago
girl power
Luna Lovegood over 5 years ago
I see why people like this movie. But well, it is a bit racist and incredibly homophobic..
Alexander OBrien over 5 years ago
Reese Witherspoon is phenomenal in this movie. Too funny!
Rowan Humphreys almost 6 years ago
someone give me a shovel i must end this tyranny
Kakra over 6 years ago
Georgia Emily over 7 years ago
One of the best chick flicks out. Reese Witherspoon is brilliant.
Milda 3 months ago
Itzel Amieva 4 months ago
Monica Goldberg 4 months ago
Giorgia 6 months ago
Nick 12 months ago
Car 1 year ago
Legally Blonde (stylized as LEGALLY blonde) is a 2001 American comedy film directed by Robert Luketic, written by Karen McCullah Lutz and Kirsten Smith, and produced by Marc E. Platt. The film stars Reese Witherspoon as a sorority girl who struggles to win back her ex-boyfriend by earning a law degree, along with Luke Wilson as a young attorney she meets during her studies, Matthew Davis as the ex-boyfriend, Selma Blair as his new fiancée, Victor Garber and Holland Taylor as law professors, Jennifer Coolidge as a manicurist, and Ali Larter as a fitness instructor accused of murder. The screenplay is based on the novel of the same name by Amanda Brown. Lutz based the film's sorority culture on her own experiences at James Madison University. In America, the film was released on July 13, 2001 and received generally positive reviews. It was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture: Musical or Comedy and ranks 29th on Bravo's 2007 list of "100 Funniest Movies". For her...
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