Review: Mean Girls (2004)


I love this movie. “Mean Girls” is a comedy classic. “Mean Girls” stars Lindsey Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried, and Lacey Chabert. Johnathan Bennet also stars in the movie. “Mean Girls” is about Cady Heron who is played by Lindsey Lohan.

Cady Heron once lived in Africa. She was home-schooled when she lived there. Her parents are anthropologists who did research on that continent. They took Cady to Africa with them as they completed the two’s research. However, Cady and her family move back to The United States of America. Now, it is time for Cady to enter public school as a high-school student.

Cady meets two people on her first day at school. The two people are named Janis Ian and Damian. Cady makes friends with them. Then, Cady is asked to sit with a girl who is named Regina George and George’s two friends. George is the “Queen Bee” of her school. Her two closest friends are named Gretchen and Karen Smith. They are George’s two minions.

Cady joins the “cool clique” at her high-school with George, Gretchen, and Smith. However, Ian and Damian convince Cady to hate the cool girls. They also convince Cady to sabotage George’s reign as the “Queen Bee” of her high-school because of Ian’s bad relationship with George that began in middle-school. Cady agrees because George once promised to try to talk to an older boy who is named Aaron Samuels for her. Cady wanted George to say good things to Aaron so that Aaron might grow interested in Cady.

George kisses Aaron instead.

This movie is a hilarious comedy. There are a lot of smart one-liners in the movie that are iconic. There is the line, “You can’t sit with us!” There is also the line, “Boo, you whore!” And, finally, there is the line, “Get in loser. We’re going shopping!”

This movie may seem like a movie that is made for a certain type of person… namely a teenage girl. However, I think many different types of people will find this movie to be a funny one. It’s surprisingly smart. It has a mocking tone-of-voice. It doesn’t take itself too seriously either.

I definitely give “Mean Girls” a 5-star rating. This is a great movie.

Luca Lane

8 thoughts on “Review: Mean Girls (2004)”

  1. My Casting Idea For a film adaptation of Mean Girls (musical), Emilia Jones as Cady Heron, Reneé Rapp as Regina George, Rachel Zegler as Janis Sarkisian, as Damian Hubbard, Olivia Rodrigo as Gretchen Wieners, Sydney Sweeney as Karen Smith, Tom Holland as Aaron Samuels, Caitriona Balfe as Mrs. Heron, Allison Williams as Ms. Norbury, Kate Hudson as Mrs. George, Leslie Odom Jr. as Mr. Duvall,


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