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Opinion by KatiiCullen94 posted over a year ago
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# "No Sleep Tonight"
Written by Sara Eker, Cheryl Parker, Jeffrey Taylor & Mark Taylor
Performed by The Faders
Courtesy of Polydor (U.K.)
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises


# "Wasteland"
Written & Performed by Matt White
Courtesy of Geffen Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises


# "Love Is All Around"
Written by Sonny Curtis
Performed by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
Courtesy of Blackheart Records


# "Good Girl, Bad Boy"
Written by Jesper Mortensen
Performed by Junior Senior
Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.
By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing, Universal Music (Denmark) A/S
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises and Crunchy Frog Recordings


# "Jump Up (If You Feel Alright)"
Written by Steve Best, Brad Ferringo and Delroy Griffiths
Performed by Da Beat Bros.
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Opinion by KatiiCullen94 posted over a year ago
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Duke: You know, it's crazy how wrong you can be about a person. Just crazy. You think that they are one thing and then they turn out to be the exact opposite. You know what? Save it. We were supposed to be friends.
Viola: We are friends.
Duke: You don't even know the meaning of the word.
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Viola (as Sebastian): I can do this. I am a dude. I am a hunky dude! I'm a badass hunky dude!
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Sebastian: Folks, I'm a boy. I promise.
Malcolm: Prove it.
Sebastian: Okay.
(pulls down his soccer shorts, everyone sees his privates)
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Viola (as Sebastian): Quit blushing... that's lame.
Duke: Shut up, I'm not blushing!
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Article by KatiiCullen94 posted over a year ago
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Cheryl: Viola, darling. Remember, chew like you have a secret...

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Andrew: Well hey there pretty lady.
Monique: Ew! What... what are you hitting on me?
Andrew: I was just...
Monique: [mimicking] "I was just... nyuh". OK, let me put a stop to that little brain fart right now. Girls with asses like mine do not talk to boys with faces like yours

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Monique: [Trying to distract Paul, Kia, and Yvonne so that she can get into the Moon Bounce to talk to Viola who she thinks is Sebastian] What's that?
Kia: [Follows Monique's finger]
Paul: [Still looking at Monique] Kia, don't look.
Kia: [Looks back at Monique, looks down, disappointed]

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Viola: You know it bro'

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Viola: [as Sebastian] I gott be completely honest. The whole dissecting thing kinda freaks me out, so uh... i think you may have to take the reins on this one.
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Review by KatiiCullen94 posted over a year ago
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I didn't for one second believe the plot of "She's the Man," but I did believe for the entire movie that Amanda Bynes was lovable. She plays a girl who pretends to be a boy in order to play soccer. That this story is recycled from Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" is something I report right here at the top so that we can work together to put it out of our minds.

Bynes plays Viola, the twin sister of Sebastian (James Kirk), who at the start of the movie conveniently sneaks away to London for two weeks without telling anybody. This is much easier on Viola than the Shakespeare version, in which she fears her brother has perished at sea. But I will not mention Shakespeare again. Viola is the star of the girls' soccer team at Cornwall Prep, a school that seems to have enough money to supply every girl with her own soccer team. She thinks she's good enough to play for the boy's team, but her hopes are scorned, so she takes advantage of Sebastian's absence to take his place at nearby Illyria Prep, named after the country in Shakespeare's play. There she tries out for the soccer team.
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Review by KatiiCullen94 posted over a year ago
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In the case of She’s The Man it’s hard to tell who is dumber. On the one hand you have the director, screenwriters and actors who have crafted the worst ever teen movie version of a Shakespeare play. A series of asinine characters engaging in unintelligent plotlines, the movie is a cutesy comedic nightmare that seems only nominally inspired by William’s work. On the other hand you have America’s teeny bopper youth. Raised on a steady diet of Hilary Duff, Freddie Prinze Jr. and Kenan and Kel, they somehow find this sort of schleppy project appealing. I guess the two groups deserve each other, but I find myself wanting to warn the youth that watching this movie could have the same effects on their brain as sniffing glue.

Viola is a high school senior and an all star soccer player. Her prep school girls’ soccer program has been cut from the athletic line up due to lack of interest. Although we’re lead to believe that Viola is an intelligent person, she fails to understand how not having enough girls to play would be grounds for canceling the team. In protest she decides to go out for the boys’ team instead. Upon the inevitable rejection she launches the...
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