Movie Critique- Legally Blonde

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Movie Critique Legally Blonde Do Blondes really have more fun? Well in this fun and lively movie, Elle Woods shows us that there is more to life than just hair color. Elle Woods (Reese Witherspoon) is the stereotypical California gal. She has it all. She’s the president of her sorority Delta Nu, Homecoming Queen, she’s beautiful, popular, and a natural blonde. Every girl wants to be her and every guy wants to date her, but she has her eye already set on her man, Warner Huntington III (Matthew Davis). Elle is just waiting for him to pop the question, but what she actually gets is not her fairytale ending. Warner is looking for a serious and more respectful person to go on his journey of becoming a future senator. He needs a Jackie, not a Marilyn. Elle puts together all her resources and makes her way to Harvard Law School, so she can be the girl that Warner wants. Little does she know that Law school is nothing what she expected. Let alone seeing Warner back with his ex- girlfriend, Vivian (Selma Blair). Not only are they back together, but they’re engaged. The rock that should be on Elle’s perfectly manicured hand is on Vivian’s snotty little hand. Elle is really going to have to step up her game if she wants to be the future Mrs. Warner Huntington III. “Legally Blonde” is a fun movie with a fun cast. It is filled with giddiness and charm and it’s impossible to dislike. Reese Witherspoon does a fabulous job playing the blonde with brains. Matthew Harris plays the role of the handsome yet snotty and conceded man candy of the love triangle between him, Elle and Vivian (Selma Blair). Elle’s gal pals add humor and silliness to the production. Jennifer Caulfiel and Alanna Ubach perfectly represent Elle’s crazy sorority sisters. Though his part wasn’t as big as it should’ve been, Emmett (Luke Wilson) was the charming nice guy who wouldn’t let Elle get beaten down

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