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Legally Blondes (2009)

PG | | Comedy, Family | Video 28 April 2009
Moving from England to California, the youngest cousins of Elle Woods must defend themselves when their schools reigning forces turn on the girls and try to frame them for a crime.

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Moving from England to California, the youngest cousins of Elle Woods must defend themselves when their schools reigning forces turn on the girls and try to frame them for a crime.

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Their new house is the same house in Another Cinderella Story (2008) with Selena Gomez. See more »

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During multiple instances in the movie when Annabelle and Isabelle are quoting the rules to the headmistress, there is an obvious distinction in where they are looking in the book and where the headmistress is looking in the book. Usually Annie and Izzy are looking somewhere in the beginning while the headmistress is looking somewhere in the middle. See more »

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Headmistress Higgins: Tiffany Donohugh and Justin Whitley, for violating the Pac Prep honor code, you are both expelled!
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Painful
17 April 2013 | by See all my reviews

If I had to describe this movie in one word it would be 'painful'. The twins (identical, what else?) spoke in unison for practically the entire movie and had some stupid hand gesture they did (think Amber and Ashley from Hannah Montana but remove the humour).

One of the more annoying aspects was that because the girls were identical and went to a private school (meaning there was a strict uniform) you couldn't tell them apart at all. One of the girls was supposed to be smarter than the other and one of them had a huge fear of public speaking. I have no idea if this was the same girl or not because the movie made no effort to help out the audience distinguish between them. This made half the 'plot' very confusing - most of the movie required knowing who was who. Don't get me wrong, I have nothing against movies starring twins. I love the Parent Trap and really enjoy watching Mary-Kate and Ashley movies because you know which twin is which and there is something actually resembling a plot.

Also there was little to no "legal" content save for a quick trial of sorts at the end of the movie, which I highly doubt should have been done by high-school students. I really wish I could get the two hours of my life back from watching this movie. I really don't recommend it.


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