Tina Fey's MEAN GIRLS is a portrayal of teen politics so accurate, it should be required viewing in every school across America.
Tina Fey’s MEAN GIRLS is a portrayal of teen politics so accurate, it should be required viewing in every school across America. And given the stellar cast and hilarious script, it’s easy to see why this movie so quickly earned a permanent place in our cultural lexicon, not to mention our everyday vocabulary. This film is packed with great lines, from the elegantly simple, “Boo, you whore,” to Damian’s trademark, “YOU GO, GLEN COCO!”
After living in Africa with her zoologist parents, Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan) must brave the wilds of high school where she is taken under the wing of the popular girls, The Plastics, led by the cool and cruel Regina George (Rachel McAdams). What follows is a treasure trove of sharp, witty humor that defined a generation, inspired a hit Broadway musical, and popularized countless catchphrases. Co-starring and written by Tina Fey, and featuring Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert, Lizzy Caplan, Daniel Franzese, and Amy Poehler, MEAN GIRLS is nothing short of a pop culture phenomenon.