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ELizabeth's sometime, sarcastically stated, catchphrase is "SERIOUSLY"? See more »
When Elizabeth is watching television on New Year's Eve and her roommate is talking to her, she dips a whole corn dog into the mustard. In the next shot, the corn dog is eaten almost to the middle. See more »
[the police find Elizabeth's drug stash in Amy's desk]
Those aren't mine! That's not even my desk!
[with fake sympathy]
Don't worry, Amy. We'll get you the help you need.
[goes for Elizabeth, only to be dragged off by the police]
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As far as raunchy comedies go, it works pretty well
While it's not an excellent film, it has it's moments. Cameron Diaz plays a wonderful rendition of an attractive woman who gets a job as a teacher but doesn't take it seriously until she hears about the prize money for a state test, money she plans to use for a breast enlargement. Much of the humor comes from the students being aroused by this woman and the trouble this causes to the school, which is all played well, but genuinely funny moments tend to be lacking here and there. The whole film it's share of adult humor, from nudity to drug use. One scene even involves the main character suducing a man to further her own agenda. Aside from dirty moments like this, there is also a small bit of heart from Timberlake and the children. These touching moments provide some relief from the overall raunchy tone of the film, but also tend to be quite short. Overall, it's good for a rental if you want a mildly funny yet dirty film.
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