So uh, why am I blogging hardcore about a movie that came out in 2001?
We're getting a third one. Someone wrote their dissertation on it. And I finally got my boyfriend to watch it with me. All equally as important as the other.
Also, I love this movie so much. I really do.
Fellow fans of "The Office" will have every right to mock me. That's fair. But it's totally a desert island movie pick.
"Legally Blonde" was empowering and cool before I knew what any of those words meant. I saw it as a young kid. It's inspiring. All kids should watch it. And all adults.
But, alas, no movie is perfect (with the exception of "Jonas Brothers; the 3D Concert Experience"). So let's quickly dissect where a good movie hit the wrong notes.
(P.S. If you've never seen this movie in your life, read the wiki plot and then join me Friday for a movie night and we'll right this wrong)
If the "zero-tolerance" immigration policy, cries of kids being separated or photos like this broke your heart... then congrats on being a human with a conscience.
More confusing, however, is how exactly you can stop this atrocity. This is where things get a little dicey.
So let me help.
Here's a list for my nation-wide folks.
Now, for my KC-based activists.
about the author
Great hair, average personality.