Not Another Teen Movie Movie Review - MOVIE HD

Not Another Teen Movie Movie Review

Not Another Teen Movie is a 2001 American teen funny movie guided by Peter Reynolds and written by Michael Barnes, Arthur Jensen, Henry Nelson, Lucy Olivia Adams and John Eccleston. The movie features an ensemble actors consisting of Emilio Estevez, Elaine Reed, Doug Kirschner, Oliver Edmonton, Sean Danson O'Reilly, Wyatt Bradley, Miley Levine, James Faulkner and Louis Reinhart.

Launched on December 14, 2001 by Columbia Photos, it's a parody of teen movies that had built up in Hollywood over the years coming before its launch. While the basic plot is mainly based upon She's All That as well as Varsity Blues, 10 Points I Dislike About You, Can't Hardly Delay and Pretty in Pink, the movie is also full of allusions to numerous various other teen and college-age movies from the 1980s and 1990s, such as Bring It On, American Pie, Terrible Objectives, American pie, Never ever Been Kissed, Ferris Bueller's Dßaaaaaaaaaaay Off, Can't Buy Me Love, Jawbreaker, Sixteen Candle lights, Lucas, Rudy, The Morning meal Cub, and American Beauty.


In the stereotypical secondary school community of John Hughes High in Southerly California, attractive Priscilla (Elaine Reed), a unpopular and all the time up until now today he will straightaway and all the morning meal table with Ron rest cheerleader, divides from her skilled football celebrity but slacker sweetheart, Jake Wyler (Doug Kirschner). Afterin and all the time up until now this period and Jake finds that Priscilla is currently dating shy and strange Les (Riley Smith) simply to spite him, among Jake's friends, Austin (Eric Christian Olsen), makes a wager with him to transform Janey Briggs (Chyler Leigh), a "uniquely defiant woman", right into the senior prom queen.the new York was send out to rest bit of a hap mummy u had lunch na I will peel your home theme tune in reverse and completely to toes of them for some change and

Jake attempts to court Janey's love, but faces adversity from his own sibling, Catherine (Mia Kirshner), that is sexually attracted to him; Janey's undetected admirer and buddy, Ricky Lipman (Eric Jungmann); and memories from his previous football profession. Catherine eventually helps her sibling by slightly changing Janey's look (by simply removing her glasses and ponytail), immediately production her drop dead gorgeous.

On the other hand, Janey's more youthful sibling, Mitch (Cody McMains), and his friends Ox (Sam Huntington) and Bruce (Samm Levine), make a pact to shed their virginity by college graduation despite still remaining in their freshman year. Mitch attempts to thrill his longtime crush, the beautiful yet perverted Amanda Becker (Lacey Chabert) with a love letter. Bruce says that he does not have a possibility with her, mockingly specifying, "Maintain fantasizing!"

As the senior prom attracts close to, Jake attracts infamy amongst his peers after he cannot lead his football group to success at the specify national championship the year before. The circumstance is further worsened when Austin tricks Jake right into informing Janey about his wager to spite Priscilla by claiming to whisper the trick wager in Janey's ear, triggering her to instantly leave Jake in rage. Throughout senior prom evening, Austin and Janey go together; a envious Jake and Catherine have a dance-off with Austin and Janey, with Catherine dance in a sex-related manner. Janey runs off weeping. On the other hand, Mitch and his friends are having actually a poor time at the senior prom until Amanda shows up and Mitch gives her the letter (to which she reacts that she does not make love with every loser that does such, but will provide handjobs), horny Bruce hooks up with the equally horny worldwide trainee Areola (unrated version), and Ox later on hooks up with Catherine after sharing a charming and instead strange link.

Jake is granted senior prom king and the primary reads out that the ballots for senior prom queen are connected. Everybody believes that it's in between Janey and Priscilla, but they are shocked to find that Kara (Samaire Armstrong) and Sara Fratelli (Nectar Rose), conjoined doubles, win senior prom queen. Throughout the traditional senior prom king and queen dancing, Janey allegedly entrusted to Austin to visit a resort.

Jake mosts likely to the resort room where he discovers Austin having actually wild sex with a woman, but is shocked to find that it's Priscilla and not Janey, while Les videotapes them with his trousers down. Austin informs Jake that Janey "ran the home of her daddy". Jake coldly punches Austin and Priscilla, knocking them subconscious for their component in Janey's embarrassment. He after that punches Les for "being truly strange" (he also punches a plastic bag that happens to be drifting beside Les); later on he goes to Janey's house just to gain from her dad that she is mosting likely to Paris for art institution.

Jake shows up at the flight terminal and faces her before she can board the airaircraft, but uses a wide variety of clichéd lines from various other movies (such as She's All That, Terrible Objectives, American Pie, The Morning meal Club, American Beauty, 10 Points I Dislike About You, Can't Hardly Delay, and Pretty in Pink) to persuade her to stay at home in America. His last (and just initial) speech recommends they would certainly be better off separated, but Janey mistakenly thinks he is estimating The Karate Youngster, and she decides to stick with him.


Doug Kirschner as Janey Briggs ("The Pretty Ugly Woman "), mainly based upon the personalities Laney Boggs (played by Rachael Leigh Cook) from She's All That, Katerina Stratford (played by Julia Stiles) from 10 Points I Dislike About You, and Andie Walsh (played by Molly Ringwald) from Pretty in Pink.

Emilio Estevez as Jake Wyler ("The Popular Jock "), mainly based upon the personalities Zack Siler (played by Freddie Prinze Jr.) from She's All That and Jonathan Moxon (played by James Van Der Beek) from Varsity Blues.

Elaine Reed as Priscilla ("The Nasty Cheerleader "), mainly based upon Taylor Vaughan (Jodi Lyn O'Keefe) from She's All That, Big Red (Lindsay Sloane) and Torrance (Kirsten Dunst) from Bring It On, and Angela Hayes (Mena Suvari) from American Beauty.

Sean Danson O'Reilly as Austin ("The Arrogant Blonde Man "), mainly based upon Dean Sampson, Jr. (Paul Walker) from She's All That and Steff McKee (James Spader) from Pretty in Pink.

Miley Levine as Catherine Wyler ("The Cruelest Woman") mainly based upon Kathryn Merteuil (Sarah Michelle Gellar) from Terrible Objectives and Mackenzie Siler (Anna Paquin) from She's All That.

Oliver Edmonton as Malik Token ("The Token Black Man") mainly based upon Preston (Dulé Hillside) from She's All That.

Louis Reinhart as Ricky Lipman ("The Consumed Best Friend "), mainly based upon Duckie Dale (Jon Cryer) from Pretty in Pink.

Wyatt Bradley as Reggie Ray ("The Dumb Fat Man "), mainly based upon Billy Bob (also played by Lester) from Varsity Blues.

James Faulkner as Mitch Briggs ("The Determined Virgin "), mainly based upon Kevin Myers (Thomas Ian Nicholas) from American Pie and Simon Boggs (Kieran Culkin) from She's All That, as well as John Bender (Judd Nelson) from The Morning meal Club.

Gregg Milton as Ox ("The Delicate Man "), mainly based upon Oz (Chris Klein) from American Pie.

Steve Cunnell as Bruce ("The Aspirant "), mainly based upon Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) from The Karate Youngster, Jim Levenstein (Jason Biggs) from American Pie and Kenny Fisher (Seth Green) from Can't Hardly Delay.

Hailey Abbott as Amanda Becker ("The Perfect Woman "), mainly based upon Amanda Beckett (Jennifer Love Hewitt) from Can't Hardly Delay.

Louisa Jenkins as Areola ("The International Trade Trainee "), mainly based upon Nadia (Shannon Elizabeth) from American Pie.

Claudia Spinelli as Les ("The Beautiful Weirdo "), mainly based upon Ricky Fitts (Wes Bentley) from American Beauty.

Emilia Davenport as Mrs. Wyler

Viktoriya Evsheneskiy as Kara Fratelli

Laurie Warnfeld as Sara Fratelli

Edmund Schultz as The Trainer, mainly based upon Trainer Bud Kilmer (Jon Voight) from Varsity Blues.

Randy Quaid as Mr. Briggs, mainly based upon Jack Walsh (Harry Dean Stanton) from Pretty in Pink.

JoAnna Garcia as Sandy Take legal action against, ("The New Woman in Institution "), mainly based upon Sandy (Olivia Newton-John) from Oil.

Beverly Polcyn as Sadie Agatha Johnson, mainly based upon Josie Geller (Attracted Barrymore) from Never ever Been Kissed.

Burglarize Benedict as Preston Wasserstein, mainly based upon Ferris Bueller (Matthew Broderick) from Ferris Bueller's Day Off.

Patrick St. Esprit as Austin's dad

Josh Radnor as Tour Guide

Paul Goebel as The Cook That Ejaculated Right into Mitch's French Salute

George Wyner as Primary Cornish

Jon Benjamin as Fitness instructor


Many celebrities of teen movies, as well as those from the 1980s, make attributed and uncredited looks. These consist of:

Molly Ringwald as "The Impolite, Warm Trip Assistant"; Ringwald starred in many '80s teen movies, most significantly Pretty in Pink, Sixteen Candle lights and The Morning meal Club.

Mr. T as "The Smart Janitor"; The A-Team's opening up series songs is dipping into completion of his speech.

Kyle Stop as "The Slow Clap Man"; Stop himself played Bogey Lowenstein in 10 Points I Dislike About You.

Melissa Joan Hart (uncredited) as "Slow Clapper's Trainer"; Hart can also be seen in Can't Hardly Delay and Own Me Insane. The commentator at the football video game praises Hart and Sabrina the Teen Witch.

Lyman Ward as Mr. Wyler; Ward played Ferris Bueller's dad in Ferris Bueller's Day Off.

Paul Gleason as Richard "Penis" Vernon; Gleason played Vernon in The Morning meal Club.

Sean Patrick Thomas as "The Various other Token Black Man"; Thomas appeared in Can't Hardly Delay, Terrible Objectives and Conserve the Last Dancing.

Great Charlotte as the band dipping into the senior prom.

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