Our heroine is a good-looking, popular and bubbly blonde. When her boyfriend dumps her as he heads off to law school, she decides the only way to prove to him that she is good enough for him is to go to law school too. And so she does, where she has trouble fitting in with all the bright snobs. However, not one to give up easily, she perseveres, and is soon deeply involved in helping one of her lecturers solve a murder case featuring a celebrity.
Ian Douglas: A really enjoyable comedy which delivers a constant stream of laughs. And that without any toilet humour or sex, which makes a pleasant change for a teen-orientated comedy. Witherspoon's character is so delicious and almost-over-the-top that I hope they bring her back for Legally Blonde 2...
Barbera Olliona (56): I found this movie most entertaining from beginning to end. I feel it justifies the disturbing
prejudice that has been beset upon blondes, and so, being one myself, I have found that this movie has shown new
depth and meaning to the words, ''dumb blonde'' determination and positive attitudes are all part of being who you are.
This movie has been wonderfully produced and recomended it to all those who have yet to enjoy it. I hope that
you too will also be moved by it's greatness.