R | | Comedy, Crime, Thriller
Three of the most popular girls at Reagan High accidentally kill the prom queen with a jawbreaker when a kidnapping goes horribly wrong.
Rose McGowan based Courtney, whom she described as "a young, budding sociopath", on Gene Tierney's character in Leave Her to Heaven (1945).
Listen, bitch. One word and you're over. I mean that.
Julie: I'm not scared of you anymore, Courtney.
Courtney: We saw you. We all know you did it.
Julie: No one will ever believe you!
Courtney: Ask Fern, ask Marcie. We saw everything.
Julie: You fucking liar.
Courtney: One word and you perish. I ...
At the end of the film when the entire student body is pelting Courtney with corsages, we see several students throwing upwards of five different corsages at her.
$1,603,425 (USA) (21 February 1999)
$3,071,947 (USA) (18 April 1999)
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