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THE MOVIE THAT NO ONE ASKED FOR "MEAN GIRLS 2" | BAD MOVIES & A BEAT| KennieJD

Jun 08, 2021
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intro music) ♪ And I just want to feel like you're here ♪ ♪ And I just... ♪ Sorry, I'm working on four hours of sleep, too bad. (smacking lips) (clearing throat) Hello. I just had a protein bar and it was very sweet and chocolatey and I loved it, but it's possibly also in my teeth. I'll just, you know... I'll move on. Hell, everyone, I'm Kendall. If you are new here, welcome. If you're not new here, what... If you're new here, I'm sorry. That was a lot. (Kendall laughs) If you're not new here, what's up, homemade cookie? And happy Saturday.
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If you don't know what Saturday is, Saturdays are usually... Usually at this point it becomes every other week. Sorry, that's not intentional. Saturdays are when I do a little thing on my channel called "Bad Movies and a Beat", the series on my channel where I talk about bad

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s while I put on makeup. Well, actually, not last week it's because I had to fix my computer and somehow I ended up with a new computer, because I'm bad at high-pressure sales situations. That was the last time we were here, we got pretty deep into the camp classic, "Birthed From Real Life Trauma," aka the 1980s, "Mommy Dearest." The whole video, it was all the reception.
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The conversation, the speech was so fascinating. As complicated as my emotions are with that

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, so are all of yours, and it was quite a... it was quite an experience. A very long video and those of you who love my long videos, you will be happy with that one. So if you haven't checked it out yet, you can do so above, or you can check it out in the "Bad Movies and a Beat" playlist, which now has over 2 million clicks. You guys have wanted to watch that entire playlist over 2.1 million times by now. That's hilarious. (Kendall laughs) I'm so happy that you guys enjoy this series as much as I do, and it's been a lot of fun along the way.
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Now this week... Originally this week was

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t to lighten the mood, right? Last week was, or the last time, a bit heavy, even controversial, but instead of getting a break, I simply saw something that made me feel like I needed a receipt for the time invested. As if you could charge by wasting my time, what a day we would live... What a world. And beyond that, it made me angry to think that I'll never be able to go back to a time when I didn't know this movie existed. Today, we're watching another cheesy teen comedy-drama, romdramedy...
the movie that no one asked for mean girls 2 bad movies a beat kenniejd
Ew... Romdramedy. Once again, I was watching this to lighten the mood, and instead all I felt was unbridled, untamed rage. Today we are faced with a sequel that literally no one

asked

for, no one wanted this. I think a considerable amount of people don't even know this movie exists. And since I'm kind of vindictive, now you'll have to know because I am. Today, we're looking at ABC's 2011 direct family sequel to the truly amazing 2004 cult classic romantic drama "Mean Girls." Today, we're watching the sequel "Mean Girls 2." That whole clause made me really angry actually... (Kendall laughing) I don't know if I've ever said this on my channel, but "Mean Girls" is one of my favorite

movies

ever made, like "Mean Girls" and "Sweeney Todd." ". ".
She said duality. I love that movie, I can quote it from start to finish. However, I feel like there are some parts that haven't aged very well. You know, it's a 2004 movie, but for the most part it's still pretty solid. If you've never seen the original "Mean Girls," I recommend you do because it's a cult classic again. I love that movie. Katie, played by Lindsay Lohan, is the new girl in town. moving from Africa, where they were investigated by zoologists. And now they've moved to California or some city, I don't think they really specify where, and now Katie is trying to understand what it's like to be in high school in the United States, trying to find herself. herself, not losing herself, and peer pressure, figuring out who she is and who she wants to be.
And the movie is really funny. It has a lot of tried and true tropes about teen comedies, you know, the bullies, the jocks, you know, all of that, whatever, but he approaches it in a way that's really refreshing and super fun. She's basically trying to find herself, in the process she loses herself, she loses friends, she loses identity and then she gets back together to make peace with all these people and essentially dismantle a lot of these really sexist ...And I know I sound very passionate because I am, but deep down, and that's what it is.
She comes together to try to help dismantle a lot of these sexist and inflammatory conflicts between

girls

. By the end of the movie, you feel comforted that the

girls

don't have to be portrayed entirely as righteous and malicious, that there can be a kind of resolution between the women and that's not necessarily indicative of their identity. Now, that being said, you might say, "Well, a whole movie about

mean

girls refutes that message, but I digress. I think you need to see it, not for it to work, to see it work, if you know what I mean.
Anyone who , I love the movie. It's very funny and it's quoted all the time. And, as you can see, because I'm passionate at this point, I was vaguely aware that somewhere in the ether there was something called "Mean Girls 2," which was A, was never in theaters, B, doesn't have any of the original characters, written or produced, if I'm not mistaken about any of the main people. No one wants to see that (bleep) Tina Fey, Miss Tina, Tina has a very different writing style and to completely take her out of this conversation of a sequel, I just knew it's like, you're not... you took away the people who did. they made. , all the actors, Rachel McAdams, Lindsay Lohan.
Oh, Amanda, what's her name? Amanda... (Kendall mumbles) Seyfree, Seyfrrfrr... Tina Fey's not in it. she is she and she is the director, the black guy. I actually don't know what it's called. Tim Meadows, Tim Meadows. I'm sorry. I love you, Tim. The only person still in it is Tim Meadows, director Duvall, who, I'm getting ahead of myself, is this movie's only saving grace. The only time you're going to get something really funny and really well expressed is when he's on screen, but everything else is around him, everything around him is like that (bleep). I was just angry like that... "Mean Girls" is definitely a movie, by nature, it's pretty self-contained.
It's literally the story of a new girl who comes to a new school, gets lost, finds herself, the end. She presumably graduates, so it's not like we're following them to college, that's the story. But for some reason they thought, "Hey, let's do it again with people we don't know, that we don't connect with and that we don't really care about, let's do it with the exact same formula, but in a much worse way." in a way that feels like an imitation of the original film. And it's like we don't need to do this. Some things don't need a sequel. a quality that makes it feel as if it were much longer than it really is.
It's only like an hour and 37 minutes, but my God, but you sit there and you're like, "Man, I'm an hour and." "37 minutes closer to death." Yes, there is something quite infuriating about this movie that I can't explain beyond that. It makes you angry. I was like, “Of course not.” You all have me leaning gymnast. Yoga incline, absolutely not." But I will ask you that, in fact, it is my job to guide you through the valley of death, so that you can continue the rest of your life after seeing this, maybe 20-somethings, 30-somethings . one minute video, without you having to watch an hour and 40 minutes of ABC family material.
If you've never seen the first "Mean Girls", I recommend you watch that movie first, just to make you even more angry. preambles, this is "Mean Girls 2." But like I said, virtually none of the original cast is in this movie. This movie came out in 2011, so what is that, seven years after the original came out? this in real time, obviously, those girls are long gone from this high school and we're focusing on new people. And again, it's a fundamentally bad idea, but this movie focuses on the new girl, Joe is the daughter of. an Indy 500 car engineer, or an auto mechanic...
And for some reason, Joe has moved around a lot. I don't really understand why that job makes her have to move so much, but. Sure, whatever. But in the opening moments of this movie, actually before I even saw it, but after watching the first moments of this movie I was sure that, oh, Tina Fey had nothing to do with this. It wasn't the budget, obviously, it's straight to... It's, straight to the ABC family, where good content goes to die. I said, "No, Miss Tina has nothing to do with this. There's no way this budget is so, so low." She made me wonder, how do you get the rights to do something like this?
I just... But yeah, Joe is coming to a new school and it's Northshore High, the high school we all know and love from the first movie. Now, since Joe has moved around a lot, he has figured out a plan of attack of sorts for every school he attends. She says, "I want to go there. I don't want to stand out too much, do my thing and leave." But the problem is that she's the main character in a teen movie (bleep), so of course she's going to

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her way into the other girls throughout the movie and become the number one hot topic.
Now remember what I said about this movie being just a cheap imitation of the original, I mean that on a fundamental level. There are so many really poorly executed references to the original film that were so iconic. The lunch table scene turned it into a car reference that doesn't make as much sense: muscle cars that think they own the road. I'm still happy. Maybe I'll take off my nice tube top cars. High-performance, high-maintenance sports cars. - This movie is full of a lot of very similar imitation moments, but they like it (bleep). It's very difficult to get to that point.
There is nothing authentic or genuine about it. It's like, yeah, we're doing a second one. Also, as a teenager in 2011, did everyone dress like that? Like I'm... I honestly don't remember teenagers walking around looking like Jackie Kennedy. But anyway, this is where we are introduced to the bad girls of this movie or this movie, Plastics. The plastics were the bad girls in the first movie, they had their own fan club even at school, they were very popular. The boss of the mean girls was Regina George. I remember one time someone called me Regina George as an insult, and it was like... (Kendall laughing) Okay... (Kendall laughing) I mean, inaccurate, but okay, go away.
She was a bad bitch. What do you want me to say? She wasn't the nicest girl in the world, but she was a bad bitch. And this significant (bleep) version of the Plastics is directed by Mandi, and with an I. Now, of all the things this movie really dropped the ball on, I think Mandi is the most egregious of all. She is literally the least compelling mean girl queen. Everyone around me is trying to make me believe that she's some kind of incredibly intimidating and believable queen bee, but there's something very awkward and tame about how she presents this ultimate bad girl energy, and it's like...
I don't. I know, this just sucks. Sorry... (Kendall laughing) It's like I'm trying to break it down to explain why it sucks so much, but it just is. There are two others. There's one who's supposed to be dumb, one who's a little neurotic, and then Mandi as the figurehead, like the HBIC so to speak. And the thing is, she's very bad at this. There's a certain level of evil... (Kendall blows) You have to have that to be the main bad girl in a movie. Rachel McAdams did an incredible job as Regina George. Like you think she's like, "Wow, she's probably a horrible person." You'd really believe she's here... (Kendall blows) burning books and cheating on her boyfriend in her locker room.
Whereas in this one, a lot of her delivery of things is incredibly tame, a little too understated for a film like this. It's like another situation where they can't leave it like that. Leave him (bleep) alone. How to stop... Finish while you're ahead, "Game of Thrones." In no way is this girl believable in the sense that she is like running the entire social hierarchy of this very large school with a bunch of other rich kids. Like Regina George will eat it up, even after the whole circle of life and the girls' world is at peace or whatever we can just float away.
She would still come back and say, "Peasant! You've ruined my entire legacy." - Cassidy Meyer, who was stupid enough to hit a home run with any kid willing to play. - That's another thing about this movie. There are a lot of similar jokes that make me hate Joe more than the mean girls. Like I really hate everyone in this movie. For the most part, all of the characters in this movie are very unlikeable. Well, actually everyone says, well, in this movie. The only people I really enjoyed watching was Director Duvall, again, he wasa saving grace in this entire movie, and a character they'll introduce later named Abby, she was fine.
She didn't love her, but you know, out of everyone else she was, I guess, decent. Everyone else can fall off a bridge. We soon meet the girl he was talking about. Her name is Abby and she's a nerd, an art nerd more specifically, and we know her because she likes trips in the trash can or something like that and she spills milk on her, who does she care? it matters. - How bad do I look? - It couldn't have looked worse. You look great. - Actually? -Now, we see director Duvall, again, the only saving grace of this movie, he's still pretty funny in any of his scenes, it's just...
The way he delivers the lines is as funny as if he were a person. - One of our lunch ladies was on the first season of "American Idol." - Good to know. - Yes. It's quite hot. - I didn't even go so far as to assume that perhaps a considerable amount of his delivery is improvisation, because it would be very strange if they did it so well with just his character and then dropped the ball so significantly for everyone else. And for some reason, the director has something to do with her course schedule... Anyway, and she says, "I want to go to the workshop," and then she, because she's not like the other girls, if you remember, The Other girls go to domestic education and she goes to the carpentry workshop, because she...
She's a rebel. Now how she's supposed to be rebellious, but she also tries not to stand out, she really surpasses me, but I digress. She arrives at the workshop, she meets a somewhat sexist boy, but does he have to change her way of being for her to be interested in him? No, but her and Tyler I'm sure we'll end up together. I have no idea what her name is, but she looks like a Tyler to me. (graphic appearing) Did I mention that Joe isn't like the other girls, so... There's a scene where she's about to be sexually assaulted by a random guy and she likes karate chops, with sound effects ... - No groping south of the equator or north, crawling. - Do not touch south of the equator or north of it. (beep) misogynistic pig, (beep).
Which though is true, oh, the writing. But the whole school begins to notice that this new girl is...not exactly like the other girls. And that's why Mandi and her Mary Cohort of followers are very interested in acquiring it for the Plastics. I finished my makeup very quickly today. I guess I'll order Panera, I don't know... (Kendall laughs) Mandi says, "Ooh, the new girl, new perspectives. Let's make her a plastic one. Of course. That's our new goal, what... "So for some reason, in a way that is not supposed to be understood in actual reality because there is no way in hell.
She had been allowed to have a dog at school, Abby, the nerdy girl, the art nerd girl from before ends up giving the dog some of her food. This results in the dog returning to Mandi's bag and booing into it or vomiting... I think he vomited, but to be honest with you, the concept of booing into his bag is actually more fun to me. So he booed at his bag. "My God, who fed my dog?" Abby, the pushover, says, "Oh, I did, I'm sorry." If you want, you can have my bag that has the new Prada bag with fringe or something.
Horrible wallet. But apparently it's the bag Mandi has been waiting for so long, but he couldn't get it because he was on the waiting list. There's a fight that ends with Abby on the ground and Manny being the boss bitch who walks up to her and says, "I never want to see your face again." - And don't ever look at me again. Better yet, don't even breathe the same air. - Girl, give me a script, let me do it. Because I just... If you can't do it right, do it yourself. Like you're not intimidating me at all. "I don't want you to breathe the same air as me." It's like... (Kendall inhales fiercely) Like no one's afraid of her, she's not even afraid of her.
I feel like she... (Kendall laughing) I don't feel like she believes in her role. I would love to play the bad girl in the movie, just saying, and I'm 26 years old. I'm the perfect age to play a high school sophomore. But yeah, there's nothing about her that screams like I should be intimidated by her. Like I'm looking at her and she's like (Kendall mumbles), go away, bitch. And I said, "I'll fart in your salad." But she, angry, threw the whole dog away. (Kendall laughing) That was kind of funny. Now, back home, Joe, our main character, I think, I don't know.
Sometime the names confuse me and they are all annoying, one, two and three. Joe, our main character, comes home and talks to her father, and he basically tells her that he's not so sure if they have enough money for her to go to her dream college. A lot of money and investments were lost and the market is not too good for racing car engineers. I don't know. Do I look like someone who sits there for three hours watching cars go around in circles? Absolutely not. He has no money and she can't go to college. I just want to go, if you want, you should probably go to the place in the state where we can qualify for in-state tuition.
And Joe is completely distraught because apparently this is where his dead mother used to go... We need a dead mother. You can't have a teenage protagonist without a dead father, because how do you become the main character of the show until you have at least one dead father? (Clicking tongue) (Kendall laughing) I've gotten to the point where I can make jokes, so that's good. But she says, I should go here because mom went here and this, I guess, is like her way of feeling close to her... With humor, (Kendall mumbles) post posthumously... How do you say that word? ?
After death, posthumously... - The adjective posthumously applies to- - Posthumously. It's her way of feeling closer to her dead mother, that she is dead, deceased, and deceased. Now, this is when this movie really relies on me to be (bleep) stupid. Around this time is when we find out what Abby's deal is. Apparently, the school's social outcast is also the richest of all the people who go to this school, richer than Mandi. Presumably that's why there's this kind of one-sided vendetta between Mandi and Abby because everything Abby has, Mandi wants. And I guess one of many things is now Joe, as a possible friend.
Yes, again, another situation where the American media wants me to believe that the most oppressed and ostracized person in suburban high schools is supposed to be the white, rich, straight-sized, healthy, attractive woman, but surely it is the black sheep. here. She has no social life, no friends, everyone bullies her. She is the most downtrodden person in the room. Greetings to our girl. The thugs end up shooting paintball at her car. I don't know all the money she got just for giving her a ride in my limo or something, or I don't know, or cleaning up the paintballs.
Oh no, let me leave my very expensive car at school and take a ride with Joe, who is willing to take me back home. At this point, Joe sees his giant mansion and says, "Wow, this bitch has money." And this is where we begin. I guess the main conflict of the movie is that Abby meets Joe's dad, (graphic shown), who is a very rich guy who looks like a salesman, and basically says to him, "Hey, can I pay your college tuition to be my daughter's friend? She's a loser... My white daughter, rich, conventional, attractive, normal size, artistic and nice, is hated by everyone.
Here's some money to be her friend. And if you want it, I'd like to pay her tuition. "Be friends with my daughter, she's a damn loser." She doesn't say it like that, but I'm paraphrasing. And with a proposal like this, how can she reluctantly agree and now she'll be friends with him. Abby Meanwhile, the Plastics discover through a very convenient video that Joe brought Abby home after her car got hit by a paintball. This somehow angers Mandi - Who is this girl? bad biker girl? - Wow, that's... Wow, someone wrote that line without irony and

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an actress to say it out loud.
That is incredible. Yes. Mandi is hell-bent on turning Joe into plastic. So what do they do? They come up to Joe and basically tell him straight up, "Yeah, I'm here to let you know who you can and can't be friends with. And Joe says... "You're a (bleep) weirdo," which she was very, very strange. And then someone warns her: "If you're going to refuse, Mandi, they'll hold it back because she's the bitch in charge." "Be careful, you don't want to become Mandi's enemy, please." Let her try to make (bleep) a public school. Mandi has a strange, obsessive aversion to making friends.
Apparently, this bitch doesn't really have much going on in her life, by the way. sense. Just turn this into a lesbian love triangle, it would make a lot more sense because of how obsessed Mandi ends up being with whether or not they can be friends, it just doesn't make sense to me if you're not trying to squash it. It's still creepy. , but you know what I mean? There's something, there's an intensity here that... We built a whole movie around this concept and I'm like, "Hmm?" Make friends who finds the location of Joe's house, sneaks into his dad's garage, finds adhesive and puts it on the seat of his scooter.
What do I think her name is? A Vespa? The little scooter that she sits on and that she rides to school. I guess they don't expect me to ask questions, but when would I have done this? Because the next morning is when she sits in the seat. So she has it sitting there and it gets tacky overnight? Come back the morning of and do it? Like whatever, but Joe sits on him and now his pants are stuck. Abby and Joe ran to the bathroom and we have a very realistic situation where she is allowed to ride her moped, or whatever, through the halls of her school and she is not immediately expelled.
But she is forced to give up her pants because she can't get them off the seat of her scooter. Abby offers him her art smock that has a lot of paint splatters on it. And she comes out and suddenly she's the new fashion trend. Everyone goes to school in paint-splattered clothes, and I vaguely remember paint-splattered clothes being common when I was in high school. A frightening and horrible moment in our lives. That and... I still like Litas shoes. I still like Litas shoes. I think they still look cute to me, okay? Bring back the Litas, they're cute.
But remember those like Heel who looked like they had scoliosis... (Kendall laughing) What were their names? I never knew what their names were. That's how I always described it, it was like scoliosis heels. As I briefly mentioned before, Joe has a crush on the boy from shop class. This attraction, of course, is solidified because one day he sees him shirtless playing soccer or something and they have to do everything like in slow motion, kind of wet, which is like... Mh, okay. I want to give it flavor. I want to give it a soft and gentle vibe.
FKA Twigs version. ♪ Making 25 year old teen horny ♪ ♪ How does it feel to have me thinking about you? ♪ ♪ Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ♪ Sorry. (Kendall laughs) Who she ends up wanting to date. Abby warns her not to go, but Mandi, being her weird, obsessed self, decides to put a recorder in her car on the date so she can have some incriminating evidence on them. They go to their appointment. Instead of really showing it, they make us a strange photomontage thing, how lazy. Tyler asks her how many boyfriends she's had and she says she hasn't had any.
And he said, "Oh, so you never kissed anyone." And she says, "No, I've never kissed anyone." And then they kiss. The recorder is in the car. I feel like the more I talk about this movie, the more I'm dying inside. Can you see the light in my eyes as he leaves... (Kendall laughing) I hate it here. The recorder is in the car, and somehow they were allowed to play this recorder over the announcement intercom video. And for some reason, the new knowledge that the new girl is a virgin is scandalous. (Kendall groans) I've been saying this every time this trope comes up because it really (bleep) bothers me.
Once again, no one cares. Or, well, maybe I'm talking over people, but at least at my high school, no one made a (bleep). And now I can speak in the time period. I would have been in your second or third year of high school at this time when this movie came out. When I told you, no one gave a (beep). If you were having sex, if you weren't, no one cared. What's with adults making high school stories and making virginity a pariah when high schoolers don't care? Or, again, I could be speaking out of turn, maybe someone else's high school cared more, but our high school just...
I just can't resonate with this particular trope that comes up so often. High school

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, no doubt made by people who are probably twice my age, and I haven't been to high school in almost 10 years. (Kendall dissociates) Sure, as 50-year-olds who write movies about high schoolers, and are really under the impression that not having sexit matters at all. And again, here's my big sister PSA: have sex when you want to have sex, have sex when you're comfortable, have sex when you're safe. (Clicking tongue) Okay, I mean, I've said this before that having sex in high school doesn't really have any benefits.
You don't get anything out of it. There is no maturity. There is no emotional maturity, sexual maturity, or fully functioning frontal cortex. The university is where you work. Or college age is where you dig it. I'm digressing. (Kendall laughs) Have sex when we want to have sex, Don't have sex if you never want to, that's perfectly fine too. There are asexual people. And that's my thing on that. But despite being a virgin, Joe manages to convince some fans of his decision not to sleep with someone until he feels like he's met the right man. She ends up arguing with Tyler because she thinks he told everyone about her affairs.
When in reality, Mandi and her boyfriend were bothering her. That boyfriend and Tyler ended up fighting, but who cares. This is when I realized that I'm about 45 minutes into this movie. And it's very similar to the "Kissing Booth" type, but even more condensed to a certain extent. "Kissing Booth" is so much worse because they tried... They're funny. They said, "Let's make this a two-hour movie for no reason, and it's all montage." It still feels like it's been so painful for so long, because it's just a bunch of things like... There's no cohesion, it's just a bunch of things going on.
As if nothing is driving a story, it's like a montage of events, none of which are particularly compelling. So you say yes. And this happened and that happened, and this happened and that happened... Yeah, the whole movie has been nothing but jokes, slut-shaming, virgin-shaming, and girls fighting each other with no real motivation to do so. . Joe and Tyler got into a fight after the taping happened. Because she thought he had something to do with it or that he was having sex with Mandi behind her back. But she apparently finds out that they are actually stepsiblings and therefore they couldn't have done anything, which I find funny, because there is too much porn... (Kendall laughing) too much porn on the Internet focused on stepsiblings. brothers having sex to believe that it came out of nowhere, okay?
You can think you're at peace if you want, but... But that's enough for them to reconcile. She says, “Oh my God, I should have trusted you.” Mandi breaks into Joe's house again, this time to put Sweet'N Low and coffee in her dad's tank. All I think... I sit there and I'm like a speedster, let me slap your butt and this will all be over. I feel like sometimes violence is the answer. I don't... (stick out tongue) A quick one... (stick out tongue) Like this... (stick out tongue) (stick out tongue) It would be nice, but, oh!... Oh!
My food here. Broccoli and cheddar soup, baby. (graphic explosion) But she goes to someone's house because she doesn't want to be her friend, she puts sugar in her dad's tank and her coffee. I'm a good lipstick all over my face. I didn't plan this. But as you imagine, this ruins her dad's car, right? He's here like, "I don't know how I'm going to pay my bills. I don't know how I'm going to get the money for anything, anything, and he's like, "We'll have to be homeless or something, I don't know." By the way, I'm going to spoil it, we never go back to this, just one day he's not going to be homeless.
But Joe notices some packages of Sweet'N. Low, and she said, "The only bitches I know in the world who eat Sweet'N Low are plastic bitches, because I guess no one else in the world..." - Mandi had gone too far. It was like all my hormones - Now, I don't know if there are any men writing this, but if there is at least one, I'm 98% sure it had something to do with... What (bleep) do they have to do? see female hormones? with a bitch in a rhythm for legitimate reasons. But this means more people. Meanwhile, like our other story, which they forgot to continue, the one where she is friends with Abby for money.
OMG I feel guilty for being friends with Abby for money. Especially since they are becoming closer friends Mandi has a birthday party so they decided to have their own party, have a party battle so no one comes to her. party. Mandi irritated by this, ask one of the Plastics. if they still have their ipecac. Do you like things that make you vomit? Do you only carry that with you? Should we investigate it? Is she okay? She says, "Yeah, I got it." And they decide to smear all the pizzas with this medicine that will make everyone vomit.
Joe, ever the wise one, realizes something is wrong with the pizza before anyone can eat it and throws it away, all but one slice which he gives to Mandi's boyfriend and he throws up on Mandi. Rough. Next scene. Now, as an official counterattack to the authoritarian Plastics government, Joe and Abby create the Anti-Plastics. Very original. Essentially, they ended up forming an entire group of girls who don't look like the other girls, and then dress like each other, ironically. Now I have to say that, like the rest of this movie, nothing about this girl war is entertaining or interesting.
Basically, it's more banter that we didn't like in the first place, but it results in a bit of a sloppiness in the fight between Mandi and the rest of the Plastics. Now Joe begins to revel in power, something Abby begins to notice and asks him if she's okay with doing all these bad things. And Joe says, "Yeah." And, little by little, Joe becomes the new queen bee. She is the leader of the anti-plastics. Now everyone says, "Hello, hello." And she says, "Hello." And that's how you know she's evil now, because people know who she is and she responded.
But lo and behold, that's not the only way to know she's evil. She now also controls her sugar intake and wears studded boots. - I wonder how much sugar is in this. - You didn't just ask that. You're like two funnel cakes, one hot dog. and a bag of boiled corn on our first date. You didn't wear those crazy studded boots. What happened to that girl I met in business class? -What if she is like a diabetic? There's no way my lipstick could have survived. At some point I want to run. Mandi listens... Oh, all these names.
Mandi overhears Abby's father telling Joe or thanking him for being her friend for money. And Abby says, "Oh, I can't take your money. I can't do this anymore, I can't take your money." And Mandi, of course, runs with this information and rushes to the school newspaper. And Abby finds out that Joe is friends with her for her money and how embarrassing that is. There's a "Oh my God, how can you do this to me?" And then we move on to the next scene because I'm sure there will be friends at the end, whatever. Because this is a teen movie, we have to have a school dance, in this case the homecoming dance, and Mandi, upset to hear that Joe was the candidate to be homecoming queen this year, discovers that the only way may disqualify her from the homecoming dance if she is expelled.
She breaks into the office, steals charity money from the school office and plants it at Joe's house. Again, this is the third time she breaks into that girl's house. And then the principal calls the police after receiving an anonymous tip that Joe had all the money at his house. She is called to the office and threatened with being expelled from it, but before doing so she runs out and confronts Mandi. And somehow they don't kick her out right away, somehow they let her say, "We should have a football game to settle this before I leave," I guess, I don't know.
Which school did everyone like? Okay, they don't expel her right away. She says, "Yeah, I'll give you time to play soccer instead of your girl rivalry. Sure, why not?" Also football? The most random thing they could have used as the climax of this movie because... Maybe the races because we've already referenced that before. I'm in a hurry because at this point I have my bowl here and I want to bite into it, but I can't do it without getting lipstick on like on my nose and lips, like camel's mouth, so let's go. Just rush through this very quickly.
They are about to play soccer, but Joe realizes too late that she no longer has friends because everyone hates her. Go up to her and say, "Well, we don't forgive you, but we don't think it's right that Mandi is allowed to frame you like that, so we'll play soccer with you." They play football. It wasn't fun and it lasted too long. Meanwhile, during the game, a nerd hacks the security camera and finds the pictures of Mandi and her boyfriend... Sorry, these names Mandi and her boyfriend broke into the school and stole the money. Why they didn't do that sooner and just receive an anonymous complaint, who knows.
Mandi's boyfriend is arrested and... Joe! And Joe attacks Mandi. They win the soccer game and she is arrested for stealing. There's a touchdown at some point, I don't even know. As a girl, she should be arrested. As if the game is over at this point. Homecoming happens, and the nerd manages to win Homecoming King, although no one knows who he is, because he has a crush on Abby and Abby ends up winning Homecoming Queen because Joe loses. They are nerds together. Everyone makes peace. Kiss kiss, hug hug. Joe ended up making some money because he ended up working with Abby's dad on an invention that allowed him to make some money so he could go to college.
Abby, Joe, no... What's her name? Mandi! Mandi performs community service in which she has to pick up trash. Tyler goes to a school that's about an hour away from Joe, and Joe and Abby end up going to the same college as their best friends. And that's the end of the movie. I hate everyone. I hate everyone who ever recommended this movie to me because they didn't care about my well-being. You could not. I hate everyone who made this movie because they worked to make it (bleep), like they put a bunch of people together. There's an editor, writers, casting directors, film people, you brought them all together to go (bleep) for no reason, no one, again, I can't reiterate this anymore, that literally no one said, "We need another one." None of the same people.
Once again, the only thing that saved him was the director. It was a little fun in places, but for the most part it's just a winding road of (bleep). What (bleep) to throw away the trash. But that's all for today, friends. So you're welcome. You never have to watch this movie again. And I've seen it three times. You are welcome. You already know what to do. If you like the video, don't hesitate to like it. Follow me on all my social networks, Instagram, Twitter, both are KennyJD. If you have any recommendations for upcoming “Bad Movies and Beats,” feel free to leave them in my comments section.
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