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Legally Blonde
Known as: Legally Blonde
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Rating: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Running Time: 96 minutes
Studio: MGM (Video & DVD)
Theater Release Date: 2001-07-13
Origional Release Date: 2001-07-13
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1 (Widescreen)
Language: English,French,Spanish
Subtitles: English,Spanish,French
Director: Robert Luketic
ID: 139
ASIN: B00005O5CM
UPC: 027616868268
EAN: 9780792851202
MPN: 027616868268
Date last watch: 2011-04-07
Date Added: 2010-08-29
Reese Witherspoon
Luke Wilson
Selma Blair
Matthew Davis
Victor Garber

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Surround Sound

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She's a California sorority girl who'll do anything to keep her man. Even if it means going all theway'to law school! Reese Witherspoon (Election) stars with Luke Wilson (Charlie's Angels), Selma Blair (Cruel Intentions), Matthew Davis (Pearl Harbor) and Victor Garber (Titanic) in a knock-out comedy with a heart of goldand hair to match! Elle Woods (Witherspoon) is a California blonde with couture clothes, fabulous friends and the hottest boyfriend on campus. So when Warner Huntington III (Davis) suddenly dumps her and heads for Harvard Law School, Elletakes matters into her own perfectly manicured hands. She enrolls too! Now getting Warner back should be a snap, right? Wrong! Elle's about to begin the toughest fight of her lifefor love, honor, justice and respect for blondes everywhere!

If you've ever doubted how much a star can carry a movie, look no further than Legally Blonde, Robert Luketic's pop fluff about a sorority girl who becomes the reigning brain at Harvard Law School. The film tries way too hard to be pop fluff, but thankfully it also understands the comic glories of Reese Witherspoon. As Elle Woods, the supposedly dimwitted heroine, Witherspoon gives a high-wattage performance that somehow comes across as both lusciously cartoonish and warmly human. It's a radiant comic turn worthy of Marilyn Monroe, and Luketic throws the whole movie at her, even though its intentional kitsch and sledgehammer contrivances don't trust you enough to figure out on your own what might be guilty fun about it. It's a lame movie, essentially, that redeems itself by knowing just enough to keep things sunny and moving right along. The film is content to follow several steps behind the regal Witherspoon, carrying her train. You probably will be, too. --Steve Wiecking
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