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Film Review – Mean Girls (2004)

Nick Kush

A current college student, Nick founded MovieBabble in October of 2016. As a film critic, he offers content that is meant to entertain as well as educate. He fell in love with film after first seeing Forrest Gump and has been hooked ever since.

19 Responses

  1. fillums says:

    Great review. I’m also a big fan of Clueless, Easy A and She’s the Man and it’s the witty dialogue that make them stand out, like with Mean Girls. The parents in Easy A are my all time favourites.

  2. Steinunn says:

    Excellent and very accurate review! Absolutely love this movie, for me it’s in the same league as She’s the Man, Clueless and Easy A. All excellent movies in the high school genre and all hilarious in my opinion!

    • Nick Kush says:

      I’d agree with Clueless and Easy A! I can’t say I’m the biggest fan of She’s the Man. I found it pretty forgettable.

      • Steinunn says:

        It’s good we don’t all have the same taste in movies/music etc. The world would be so boring that way 🙂 I loved it, probably my favorite out of the 4!

      • Nick Kush says:

        Gotta agree with you there! Thanks for your thoughts!

  3. Do you even go here?

  4. Good review!

  5. It’s been a long while since I last saw this, but I believe that I enjoyed this film. In fact, if a young lady on date night made me watch this, I don’t think that I would put up much of a fight. I seriously need to revisit this film someday, though I can’t believe that this got a made-for-TV sequel seven years later.

  6. I saw this film for the first time a few months ago and also liked it, but it was really odd for me to see a relatively recent film about high school girls and there was NO smartphones, lol! It made me realize just how quickly society changed from 2007 to now regarding technology and everyday life.

    • Nick Kush says:

      So true! I wonder if they made sure not to make technology a focal point so that the film would be more timeless.

      • I just think we weren’t so technology-obsessed in 2004 other than using computer and laptops. The age of smart devices hadn’t kicked in yet.

      • Nick Kush says:

        Very true. It’s always funny seeing a film from that era, Casino Royale comes to mind where we see all the pre-IPhone devices that Bond had

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