It’s time to release my guilty pleasure.Â It includes Beverly Hills, Alicia Silverstone, popularity,Â pagers, the phrase, “As if,” and the taboo of dating your step-brother.Â Yes, it’s Clueless.Â I will proudly admit that I adore this movie and have adored it since it was released back in 1995.Â I have no idea what it is that attracts me to this movie, but I am helplessly addicted.
Cher (Alicia Silverstone) is living the all American life.Â Cher is a beautiful blonde living in Beverly Hills who can talk her way into and out of everything.Â Cher is living a superficial life, but deep down is searching for something more.Â When a black-sheep girl named Tai (Brittany Murphey) moves into the neighborhood, Cher takes it upon herself to befriend and make over this lost case.Â The ultimate goal is to find Tai a great boyfriend.Â In the midst of helping her friend, Cher realizes she desires a love of her own and undergoes a spiritual transformation make over.Â She ditches her superficial lifestyle and decides to settle on her step-brother, Josh (Paul Rudd).Â No, I did not make a typo, she eventually falls for the guy she’s known (and loved) for quite some time and the whole thing wraps up nicely.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE Clueless!Â There are so many great elements to this film that there are just too many to name.Â My favorite part of the movie is the Beverly Hills vocabulary interspersed throughout the film.Â I believe Clueless’ vocabulary has made its way into the American lifestyle and encompasses great elements of the 1990′s.Â I have loved this movie for over a decade and I think this is a film that all girls can enjoy.Â This was Brittany Murphey‘s first big film and she did an excellent job portraying the new girl (we miss you!)Â Even though the ending is kind of creepy- I can get past it and enjoy it for what it is!Â Clueless is worthy of 3 stars…..AS IF!?….Clueless is worth 4 stars!