In the tradition of the recent spate of spoof movies, this film parodies the teen-romance genre. The plotline is basically a rehash of ''She's All That'' with Freddie Prinz and Rachel Cook lookalikes. But the story is just an excuse to replay various scenes from other teen rom-com movies, replete with every clichéd stereotype available.
91 minutes, No persons under 16 (Language, Nudity)
Ian Douglas: I see the Americans did not think this any good... personally, I enjoyed it and think it will do well
on the local circuit. It is certainly not High Art, being rather gross in places, and kicking off which an opening scene which sets a new standard in Embarrassing
Opening Scenes. However it plays fast and loose with the teen rom-com genre, ripping off a whole string of movies dating as far
back as classics like Pretty in Pink and The Breakfast Club (and even has a cameo by Molly Ringwald too :-) ). The more such
movies you have seen, the more scenes you will recognise and enjoy. It gave the preview audience plenty of laughs.