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i think this is a modern retelling of the snow white fairy tale.it has
most of the same types of characters as the fairy tale does.but instead
of dwarfs,it has dorks.and the movie takes place on a college
campus.it's an under dog movie,so it is fairly predictable,but it is a
fun movie to watch.there is a great mix of characters with odd
quirks,and Armada Bynes is so likable it's hard not to like the
movie.she has great comedic timing and plays the fish out of water role
very well.i laughed quite a bit throughout the movie.i like the fact
that it's a movie that takes place on campus,but is not raunchy,or low
brow.it's nice to know a movie can be funny and entertaining without
being crude,lewd or offensive.not that there's anything wrong with
that.i also really liked Sara Paxton as the school
president/villainess.i thought she was very convincing.overall, a very
entertaining 100 plus minutes.my vote for Sydney White is an 8/10
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