Uptown Girls

2003

Action / Comedy / Drama / Romance

17
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 14%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 60%
IMDb Rating 6.1 10 31930

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Reviewed by OreoDreamer 10 / 10

A new day, Molly smiles

Brittany Murphy will forever be stuck in time for me because this is the one and only chick flick movie I watch throughout my life.

I love how the movie emphasizes that not every adult feels and acts like one and not all children feel their age also. The main characters grow mentally in this movie, to a place of acceptance and happiness in their minds and find their right shoe sizes while still keeping their individuality.

The main characters are 3D and fleshed out unlike a lot of other chick flicks and therefor I'm really thankful for a movie that finds a great balance between fairytale and real life.

Reviewed by meloda 4 / 10

Kind of boring, but it's fair

I guess this is worth watching if you have nothing better to do. There are many other "chick- flicks" that are far better than this movie, though. I am usually a nut for such movies that are harmless and non-violent, but this one is just a little too slow for entertainment. If you are into chick-flicks and you bored with nothing else to do with bad weather outside--watch it once just to see it (but only if it comes on TV; wouldn't recommend paying to rent.)

It has a good ending, a beautiful song at the end, and an overall good plot; but really has its slow and boring parts. 4/10

Reviewed by Python Hyena 3 / 10

Listen to the Similar Titled Billy Joel Song Instead.

Uptown Girls (2003): Dir: Boaz Yakin / Cast: Brittany Murphy, Dakota Fanning, Heather Locklear, Marley Shelton, Donald Faison: Formula driven crass gesture class and age. This film ages fast without the class. Brittany Murphy is relieved of her apartment when her rock star boyfriend fails to return and she is advised to get a job. She ends up being the nanny to a spoiled eight year old girl whose mother is never there for her. Predictable formula that has been done countless times with different faces. Directed by Boaz Yakin who previously made the overrated and boring Remember the Titans. Murphy is the one performance that passes even though her breaking through to Dakota Fanning is all too obvious. Fanning is talented but basically going through the motions of a role that ends up right where viewers predict she will and she will be stubborn the whole way. Supporting roles are the usual flat props. Marley Shelton plays Murphy's friend who offers room for her. Too bad she didn't offer a better script. Donald Faison plays another one of her friends and he isn't any more intriguing than Shelton. Heather Locklear is the biggest waste as Fanning's workaholic mother. How many times have we seen this transitions? The message doesn't matter because this film exists sorely for the employment opportunity for those unfortunate in the Hollywood job bank. Score: 3 / 10

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