Blonde Ambition (2007)

PG-13   |    |  Comedy, Romance

Blonde Ambition (2007) Poster

A young professional woman (Simpson) unwittingly becomes the pawn of two business executives in their bid to oust the head of a mega-conglomerate.

Add this title to your Watchlist
Save movies and shows to keep track of what you want to watch.




  • Jessica Simpson at an event for Blonde Ambition (2007)
  • Jessica Simpson at an event for Blonde Ambition (2007)
  • Jessica Simpson at an event for Blonde Ambition (2007)
  • Jessica Simpson at an event for Blonde Ambition (2007)
  • Jessica Simpson at an event for Blonde Ambition (2007)
  • Jessica Simpson at an event for Blonde Ambition (2007)

See all photos

More of What You Love

Find what you're looking for even quicker with the IMDb app on your smartphone or tablet.

Get the IMDb app

Reviews & Commentary

Add a Review

User Reviews

12 May 2008 | inkblot11
| Not ambitious at all, very predictable, but with the nice cast, fans of light romance should enjoy it!
Katie (Jessica Simpson) lives in Oklahoma with her "Pap Paw" (Willie Nelson), who runs a general store. She is engaged to a real looker, Billy (Drew Fuller) who is leaving the plains for New York City, with the intent to become a top model. Katie is forlorn about his departure and soon makes plans to travel to Manhattan herself, for a surprise visit. However, Billy the Cad has a woman in his bedroom when Katie comes knocking. Tearfully, Katie gives him back the ring and heads to the apartment of another Oklahoma transplant, Haley (Rachael Leigh Cook). Haley is an aspiring actress and offers welcome and comfort to Katie. But, when she has an audition, she asks Katie to fill in for her at her day job as a bicycle courier. In short order, Katie not only meets a nice mail clerk, Ben (Luke Wilson) but also a nefarious company vice president, Debra (Penelope Ann Miller) and her loathsome assistant, Freddy (Andy Dick). Perceiving Katie as a "dim bulb", they soon have her placed as the secretary for the company president (Larry Miller), where they hope to manipulate her into embarrassing the prez in front of the board of directors, resulting in his ouster and Debra's elevation. Can such a scheme work and is Katie really just another dumb bunny? This is a very predictable offering to fans of light romance but it has its moments and most of the cast is really terrific. Simpson herself is rather nondescript but pleasant but not so for the other thespians. Wilson is engaging as ever, Penelope Ann Miller makes a fine screen witch, and Dick has some really funny scenes. Larry Miller, Nelson and Cook also add much to the film's enjoyment. As for Fuller, all one can say is "wow!" He is very handsome and should have a bright future ahead of him, as an actor or a model. While there is nothing spectacular about the costumes, sets, or photography, they are definitely up to par, but the formulaic script and direction alternates between humor and tediousness. In short, if you are not an admirer of the romcom genre, you would probably be well advised to skip this one altogether. But, for those who adore tales of love and laughs, this will fill a need when entertainment choices are lacking.

Critic Reviews

More Like This

  • Private Valentine: Blonde & Dangerous

    Private Valentine: Blonde & Dangerous

  • Ashlee+Evan


  • Jessica Simpson: These Boots Are Made for Walkin'

    Jessica Simpson: These Boots Are Made for Walkin'

  • My Mom's New Boyfriend

    My Mom's New Boyfriend

  • Frozen in Love

    Frozen in Love

  • Ice Castles

    Ice Castles

  • The Back-up Plan

    The Back-up Plan

  • Employee of the Month

    Employee of the Month

  • Crossroads


  • Beauty & the Briefcase

    Beauty & the Briefcase

  • Accidentally Engaged

    Accidentally Engaged

  • My First Wedding

    My First Wedding


Plot Summary

Synopsis (WARNING: Spoilers)


Comedy | Romance

Featured on IMDb

See what movies and TV series IMDb editors are excited about this month and check out our guide to superheroes, horror movies, and more.

Around The Web


Powered by ZergNet

More To Explore

Search on