Legally Blondes (2009)

PG   |  Video   |    |  Comedy, Family


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Moving from England to California, the youngest cousins of Elle Woods must defend themselves when their schools reigning forces turn on the girls and try to frame them for a crime.


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17 September 2016 | eviespiceru
2
| Headaches all around....
I'm a pretty big fan of the original Legally Blonde movies (prequel and sequel) but by god is this movie so disappointing. I remember looking at the DVD of this film one day in a movie store years ago thinking 'I can tell this is going to be horrible', but it was only until it came on Netflix recently I decided to give it a go. Boy did I wish I didn't. I'm currently only twenty minutes in and already I've got a huge headache. The filming looks a lot more "cheapy" than the original movies. Its a lot like the filming I'd see for a TV series, it's almost as if I'm watching an episode of How I Met Your Mother... (though HIMYM being a LOT more entertaining). Secondly the acting is jUST SO POOR. Straight away being introduced to the twins and their acting is so poor it almost makes me cry? Am I expected to relate them to their "cousin" Elle Woods?? It's too try-hard and hardly anything like how their characters should be. The acting could fit the level of a high school movie production, but for a well budgeted movie of three this is honestly atrocious. Third, the characters created in this are just plain fake and not enjoyable. No connections whatsoever, it's all the same stuff you see in every movie with similar plots, it's like people have lost their creativity in this movie and tried sticking with what they usually do in ever other movie. The twins lack in any connection with the audience and straight away it looks like I'm watching someone's life fold through with no depth at all. The enemy in this movie is just plain boring and instantly annoying, hardly creative at all and makes the movie more harder to watch after every sentence she speaks in the movie. Not that this actor has poor acting like the rest, it's just the things she says and the creation of her character. The first two boys introduced instantly are the ones that fall in love with the twins, incredibly overused and not interesting at all. Lastly the plot is so, so, so unoriginal. I would of at least wanted something new but I just can't. I'm seeing it all unfold already. I just can't begin to express how disappointed I am to know this is apart of a series of two good movies, and they've made this so terrible. So cheesy, so corny, so bad I can publish a 200 page book of words with descriptions to describe this movie. All in all, really recommend you avoid this film, especially to avoid any headaches and disappointment after enjoying Legally Blonde 1 & 2. I don't even think a cameo of Reese Witherspoon will help this movie at all...

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