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Totally Blonde (2001)

 -  Comedy  -  21 December 2001 (USA)
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Meg Peters just can't seem to find Mr. Right, she bleaches her hair blonde and we answer the age old question "Do blondes really have more fun?"

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Meg Peters
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Liv Watson
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Van Martin
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Brad Wilson
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Ramona
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Vulcan / Agent / Comic / Drunk
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Blonde Scool Director
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Nicole Stevens II ...
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Meg Peters just can't seem to find Mr. Right, she bleaches her hair blonde and we answer the age old question "Do blondes really have more fun?"

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The film released on DVD is an edited version, whereas the version shown on cable is the complete version. See more »

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When Meg is in the hotel, the front desk clerk tells her Room 224. She enters room 214. See more »

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Van Martin: [to Meg] This is Birdie Num Nums.
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Spoofs Titanic (1997) See more »

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A Surprise Hit
25 January 2003 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

The title of this film might not seem appropriate after you watch the movie in it's entirety. Meg Peters dyes her hair blonde within the opening credits, and she never looks back. Only a few comments in the beginning are made about her change of look. After that, it doesn't really affect her as a person or in her relationships. She never wonders if the men she meets are only after her for the stereotypical image of a blonde bombshell. In fact, in the last scene, when her hair is back to her natural color, the guy she is with (I don't want to give it away) doesn't say anything about it at all. He never even noticed her look; it was the cheesy Hollywood romance of her physical appearance may have caught his eye in the beginning, but he loved her for who she was inside. Other than that, the film was a throw-back to the 1950s style - swing dancing and an attempt at physical comedy. Krista Allen doesn't match Lucille Ball in that respect, but she gives it her all and delivers a performance that is just exaggerated enough to make you laugh but groan with the thought of "what if there really are people this ditzy in the world?" at the same time. Her chemistry with her costars is great- she and Maeve Quinlan appear close, just like best friends. Michael Buble was a surprising talent. I was impressed at how well he could sing, and Brody Hutzler was the typical surfer dude- pretty to look at and that's about it. Colin Mochrie's cameos were great, but I think the best one was the one that was left from the movie and just shown during credits as a blooper. The film was beautifully shot, with only one continuity error and a few instances of an oddly large amount of headroom (nothing that keeps from enjoying the piece). Andrew Van Slee is a very talented guy, who seems to me to be a newcomer, but after this he's sure to go far. Plus it was nice to see Krista in a starring role. It's definitely a better film than Legally Blonde!


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