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Mean Girls 2 (2011)

PG-13 | | Comedy | TV Movie 23 January 2011
The Plastics are back in the long-awaited follow-up to the smash hit Mean Girls - and now the clique is more fashionable, funny, and ferocious than ever.

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Coco Chanel (as 'Lil' Bit)
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When Jo Mitchell moves to North Shore High School, the father of a girl named Abby offers to put Jo through her dream school, Carnegie Mellon, if she will befriend Abby, who is targeted as a rival by the Plastics' queen bee, Mandi.

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The plastics are back!

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Rated PG-13 for some rude and suggestive material, and for language | See all certifications »

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Trivia

Tina Fey was given numerous offers by Paramount to write a sequel to Mean Girls (2004) but she turned them down. See more »

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When Jo receives the letter from Carnegie Mellon University the first sentence of the letter reads as follows: Dear Ms. Mitchell On behalf of the Office of Admissions at Carnegie Mellon University , I would like to congratulate you on your You are now challenged with making the very important decision of selecting which college or university you are going to attend. See more »

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Mandi Weatherly: I already told you I don't pick up ogre's, also green so not your colour
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Featured in Dr. Phil: Mini Mean Girls (2011) See more »

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Hot N Cold
Written by Katy Perry (as Kate Perry), Lukasz Gottwald, and Max Martin
Performed by Katy Perry (as Kate Perry)
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Not to be mean, but this sequel was a mess
31 March 2011 | by See all my reviews

I love the first Mean Girls, it was funny, cool, dark and very well-acted. I would go as far to say that it was my personal favourite Lindsay Lohan movie. This made-for-TV sequel was a mess, not just as a sequel but on its own terms. Comparing it to the first Mean Girls, this film feels nothing like the original, so much has changed not just in the cast but also in the little things and in terms of consistency too.

When it comes to the acting, only Tim Meadows and Jennifer Stone acquit themselves well. Maeghan Martin's acting is awful and very forced and Maiara Walsh is far too subtle to be believable. Add to that a depressingly predictable story, terrible dialogue and humour, rushed pacing, (bad) sit-com-ish production values, generic soundtrack and a far too obvious conclusion and you have a poor film overall. And did I mention the amateurish direction and shallow characters as well? So all in all, a messy film not just as a sequel to a fun film but on its own merits too. 1/10 Bethany Cox


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