I love Reese Witherspoon's movies, but I don't think I've ever been more entertained by her than in Legally Blonde. As Elle Woods, she's girlie, sassy, and smart — and totally quotable. Check out a few of my favorite quotes below to get you going, and then I want to know what lines you like to repeat from the law school-set comedy!
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In Legally Blonde, what is Warner's nickname for Elle?
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In Legally Blonde, what color does Elle say will never be "the next pink"?
Now that we're easing into autumn, it's time for many folks to return to the hallowed school halls of and greenly college quads. For those of us who aren't returning to school, we can at least relive those bygone days by popping in a college-themed film and enjoying some youthful — and usually ill-advised adventures.
It looks like the writers of Legally Blonde are returning to the subject matter they know quite a lot about: sorority life. But this time the untitled project written by Blonde writers Karen McCullah Lutz and Kirsten Smith will focus on both Playboy bunnies and sorority sisters. Anna Faris was quickly cast as the central character, and now there are several more joining her, including Colin Hanks to play Faris' love interest.
According to Hollywood Reporter:
The script...centers on a Playboy bunny (Faris) who gets kicked out of the Playboy Mansion and becomes the house mother to the lamest sorority on a college campus.
Hanks is the male lead in the film, playing Faris' love interest. [Monet] Mazur ("Torque") will play an evil Playboy bunny, while [Kiely] Williams will play a member of the lame sorority, one who suffers from extreme shyness and communicates via notes and texts. [Tyson] Ritter is a frat guy who is more than he seems, while [Owen] Benjamin is a butler seduced by Mazur. [Beverly] D'Angelo ("Entourage") is the house mom of the bitchy sorority, of which [Rachel] Specter ("Lonely Hearts") is a part.
I was just wondering where the female-led comedies were, and here we have another one lined up. I think Faris and Hanks make an adorable, albeit goofy couple, and I can't wait to learn more about it like, you know, the title.
I recently came across this list of the top 10 opening title sequences in movies, compiled by laboratory101.com. Granted, many of them are truly awesome: I have a particular fondness for the opening scenes of Snatch. Yet, I couldn't help noticing that they are basically all crime, horror, or gangster movies: Casino, Dawn of the Dead, Fight Club, Seven, etc. It got me thinking: Aren't there good opening sequences to movies that aren't violent?
Here are some of my picks for really well-done or entertaining opening sequences. What others can you think of?
I know I’ve said this before, but the footage of real people greeting each other at the airport is as heartwarming as a Kodak commercial, and even more so because it’s real.
Drop Dead Gorgeous
One of my all-time favorite films, Drop Dead Gorgeous opens with the promotional video for the Sarah Rose Cosmetics American Teen Princess Pageant, featuring "last year's host," Adam West. I particularly enjoy the programmed robot voice inserting "beautiful Mount Rose, Minnesota" to personalize the video.