Saturday, November 7, 2009

5th November 2009

Otherwise from being Guy Fawkes today, it was also my idol Vivien Leigh's birthday. She would have 96 years old if she was still alive, but sadly she died in 1967 at the age of 53. It would have been fitting if I had watched one of her movies, but I've watched all the available ones, so instead I watched something completely different: Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen (2004). That was one of the films that Lindsay Lohan made when she was actually known as an actress, not some annoying druggie alcoholic starlet that we see her as today. Interestingly enough, this film was made in the same year that she made 'Mean Girls', a.k.a the best film she'll ever be in. Drama Queen is so unrealistic and I think it doesn't really portray 'Lola' (Lohan) to be a real drama queen. So what if she knows that Pygmalion was written by George Bernard Shaw? Half the population should know that. A surprise was seeing a younger Megan Fox-yes, the hottie from Transformers, as a mean rich girl. Her character was really annoying because she had a really high pitched voice. Alison Pill also starred as Lola's best friend, and I think she is set for good things after starring in Milk. However, weird characters aside, the graphics used in this film are terrible. And like I said in the Hannah Montana review, all Disney films have exactly the same storyline. But, this is a light-hearted and sometimes enjoyable experience.

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