I approached with a mixture of dread and resignation. Perhaps I'm just a sucker for any and all films targeted at teenage girls, but this is better than most.
Chadha hasn't just set out to please fans of the books, but to make a John Hughes film for the Noughties. Our heroine is 14-year-old Georgia (Georgia Groome), whose aims in life are much the same as any 14-year-old's: to give herself a makeover, bag a cute guy at school, and prevent her parents (Alan Davies and Karen Taylor) bickering their way to a divorce. What's fresh is Georgia herself, who's somewhere between a walking disaster area - a few minutes in, she has accidentally shaved off half an eyebrow - and the most refreshingly honest teen hero this side of Adrian Mole.
Unfortunately, Robbie happens to already be dating Georgia’s evil archrival: blonde and perfect Lindsay.
The movie has its problems - the voiceover doesn't work, and it's all wrapped up much too quickly and cosily.
) knows how to make feel-good movies, of which this definitely is one.
You should totally buy it and the price is average so you aren't splashing your cash... GOOD LUCK I hope you make the right decision in buying this film!!! I have just pre-ordered this film as i have seen it at the cinema and its great ! its got ups and downs but shows the picture of what teenage life is really about ...
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Gemini High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom Aaron studied from Holmer Green Senior School in Holmer Green.
From 1996 to 2008, Aaron went to Jackie Palmer Stage School in High Wycombe to learn various dance forms such tap, jazz, etc and drama, acrobatics, and singing. According to Coach Magazine, his workout for the movie included many exercises which worked his core in the same way as it would have worked while performing stunts on the filming location.It's based on a very popular series of books by Louise Rennison, but something about every element of that title suggests tea-time TV for 13-year-old girls, a garish present from Auntie Beeb, probably in the early Nineties.Angus is a tormented pet cat who keeps being squished into lace bonnets and having spaghetti draped over his face.She is aided by likable and talented newcomer Georgia Groome in the lead role.Georgia Nicolson is fourteen years old and obsessed with boys and her upcoming 15th birthday party.I suspect that this movie isn't so far off from reality, but it is far off from what you see in most Hollywood movies.