She's All That

She's All That

She's All That

Rachael Leigh Cook and Freddie Prinze Jr. lead this classic '90s teen film about a high-school jock who enters a cruel bet to turn a nerdy girl into the school prom queen.

1999Rating: M, Low level coarse language95 minsUSA
ComedyRomance

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She's All That / Reviews

Variety

Variety

While there are a few good jokes and sight gags along the way, the main impression left by She's All That is how numbingly consistent its lack of originality is.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

She's All That is essentially a formulaic comedy, but it has enough glimmerings of originality and wit to make you wish it were much bolder and funnier than it turns out to be.

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Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

To give the movie credit, it's as bored with the underlying plot as we are. Even the prom queen election is only a backdrop for more interesting material, as She's All That explores differences in class and style, and peppers its screenplay with very funny little moments.

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

The two stars are like cool kids pretending to be tortured poets pretending to be cool. Neither can match the screen presence — the shameless self-infatuated ebullience — of Matthew Lillard, who does a wickedly grotesque turn as Brock Hudson, a kind of goggle-eyed Puck manqué in the film's dead-on send-up of "The Real World."

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

She's All That, like so many teen movies before it, seems to have been carelessly tossed together over the course of a couple of weekends...

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Salon

Salon

What really saves "She's All That" from being just another why-good-heavens-you're-beautiful piece of piffle, however, is the way its lesser elements sparkle. The romantic comedy may be predictable, but director Iscove's over-the-top parody of faux celebrity -- by way of Lillard's gleefully preening, partying, getting-sensitive-for-the-camera ex-Real Worlder -- is a hoot.

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