She's All ThatDirector: Robert Iscove
If Hollywood can shoehorn William Shakespeare into the teen-movie treatment with Romeo and Juliet, and Jane Austen with Clueless (from her novel, Emma), why not George Bernard Shaw? While his Pygmalion has been staged and filmed endless times, most famously as the musical My Fair Lady, here Shaw goes to high school. This time around, a Los Angeles' school's most popular guy Zack (Freddie Prinze, Jr.) loses his girlfriend Taylor (Jodi Lyn O'Keefe) to television star Brock Hudson (Scream's Matthew Lillard). Zack then vows to his friends that he can take any girl in school and turn her into the prom queen. With five weeks until the prom, his friends pick weird, art nerd Laney Boggs (Rachael Leigh Cook). Zack predictably gets more than he bargained for as he falls in love with his "creation." Eldon Hudson and Kieran Culkin, stars of The Mighty, play Laney's best friend and little brother, respectively. Robert Iscove, director of television's Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella, makes his big-screen debut.
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- Miramax Lionsgate
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- [Wide Screen]
- [DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
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Cast & Crew
|Freddie Prinze||Zack Siler|
|Rachael Leigh Cook||Laney Boggs|
|Matthew Lillard||Brock Hudson|
|Paul Walker||Dean Sampson|
|Jodi Lyn O'Keefe||Taylor Vaughan|
|Kevin Pollak||Wayne Boggs|
|Anna Paquin||Mackenzie Siler|
|Kieran Culkin||Simon Boggs|
|Elden Henson||Jesse Jackson|
|Usher Raymond||Campus D.J.|
|Dulé Hill||Preston Harrison|
|Randall Badger||Asst. Director|
|Charles Breen||Production Designer|
|Stewart Copeland||Score Composer|
|Gary Diamond||Art Director|
|R. Lee Fleming||Screenwriter|
|Richard N. Gladstein||Producer|
|Kyle Ham||Associate Producer|
|Jeremy Kramer||Executive Producer|
|Robert L. Levy||Producer|
|Jill Sobel Messick||Executive Producer|
|Casey O. Rohrs||Editor|
|James Sbardellati||Asst. Director|
|Mark Weingarten||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Harvey Weinstein||Executive Producer|
|Bob Weinstein||Executive Producer|
|Denise Wingate||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Lila Yacoub||Associate Producer|
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shes all that is a movie dealing with teen life. a girl that is a nerd gets to be one of the most popularist girls in school dating one of the most popular guys Zack who uses her as a bet.its a really sweet movie and i would recommend it because its something you could enjoy.
She's All That is a cool movie about a girl Lany Bogs who isn't so pretty or popoular until Zack Slier starts to date her and she gets a makeover by Zack's sister Mcaly Now she's pretty her hair is shorter and she is all that But what she doesn't know is that It was all just a bet for her to be the prom queen At the end of the movie She and Zack kiss and they graduate Also Usher Raymond is in this movie as the school's Dj and Paul Walker is in this movie to
A modern fairy tale This is the story of a girls awakening, an energized coming of age movie. Laney, Rachael Leigh Cook's character, went from being an eye sore, to eye candy. From avoiding all human contact, to nearly winning prom queen. Zac ,Freddie Prinze Jr's character, went from vain senior, to a man in love. From seeing Laney as a way to win a bet, to treasuring her. This is sweet love story, and an entertaining comedy.
She's All That what can i say? i love this movie its both comedy and romance Laney Boggs is transformed into the prom queen thats why they call it She's All That cause She is all that wow nice movie love it! this movie is great for everybody!
I personally love movies with Freddie Prinz Jr. in them. He is just soooo cute! Anyway, all you people out there have to see She's all That cuz it is an awesome movie that rocks!
This film is brilliant,with Freddie prinze jnr,Rachel leigh cook and many more fab stars.It is a funny yet romantic film,and i love Freddie soooo much this is one of the best movies he has been in!!!!!!
This movie has a very thin plot- and it's also very predictable. Basically a popular guy has a bet that he can't turn the geekiest girl in school into a prom queen in 5 weeks. The girl gets a makeover and they fall in 'love' in the end. This is SO not worth buying. I rented it because I wanted to see Rachel Leigh Cook, who did a very good job in Josie and The Pussy Cats. This movie doesn't even have that much chemistry. They have only one kiss in the end and that's it. Rent it if you really want to see it. Otherwise, it's really not worth your time.