She's All That


Action / Comedy / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 38%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 55%
IMDb Rating 5.8 10 75041


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January 20, 2015 at 10:29 AM



Elden Henson as Jesse Jackson
Anna Paquin as Mackenzie Siler
Milo Ventimiglia as Soccer Player
Paul Walker as Dean Sampson
755.19 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 35 min
P/S 6 / 53

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by rmlattimore 8 / 10

worth watching for Rachel Leigh Cook

There are some movies that make me just stop what I'm doing and watch. Braveheart, Clear and Present Danger, Casino Royale, Godfather I and II, Goodfellas, Top Gun are just a few that come to mind. Not all are classics, but all have _something_ to them that engrosses me. She's All That is one of those movies.

Yes, Rachel Leigh Cook is so so cute. Fuggedaboudat. Watch her. See if she delivers one line as if she memorized it, as if she's repeating what someone else wrote. There's not one unnatural act or utterance from her. She is completely believable, and because her character rings so true, you cannot help but empathize with her, and that is what makes the movie -- when she wins out in the end, you're happy she did because she makes you care about her. She's as good as Kate Blanchett was in The Aviator (completely different movies, completely different roles, by Blanchett deservedly won an Oscar). She has that character absolutely nailed, you won't see - can't see -- a better performance.

(And for what it is worth, this may be Paul Walker's best performance. I credit the director for getting the performances that he did out of cast of young actors not generally known for their talent.) As for the rest of the movie, you've seen it before, but so what? Star Wars is Battle of Britain, set in the future with a backstory, no one holds that against it. The choreographed dance scene is great, and it IS well cast and it IS well acted, clich├ęd or not.

Reviewed by BandicootBurn 10 / 10

It's all that!

Zack Siler (Freddie Prinze Jr.) is the man on campus at the Southern California High School. He thinks he will coast through the final days of his semester until unexpectedly his girlfriend (Jodi Lyn O'Keefe) dumps him for a celebrity on the hit MTV show 'The Real World' just days before the prom. Zack confidently makes a bet with his best friend (Paul Walker) thinking that any girl he dates can become the next prom queen. After a bit of searching they find an unpopular art student named Laney (Rachael Leigh Cook) who seems like the perfect person for Zack's friend to win the bet and humiliate Zack at the same time. After this, Zack reluctantly rejects his friends bet and tries to back out, but his friend is resilient and refuses to change his mind. Accepting this, Zack approaches and attempts to befriend Laney in the hope of transforming her into prom queen material. Zack eventually manages to spend some time with Laney and ultimately realises that he loves Laney and that they have a lot in common. Ultimately Zack sees Laney as his true love and he doesn't care if he loses the bet because he has found something so much better in return.

This is an enjoyable teen romantic comedy. It was the surprise hit of the year at the Box Office and there was even talk of a remake. The actors give great performances and the song by the band "Sixpence None The Richer" titled "Kiss Me" fits the theme of the film perfectly.

Reviewed by lisadaniellewojcik 2 / 10


I never realized how grossly misogynistic this movie was until I re-watched it as an adult in 2017.

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