Movie Marathon Day 3: Mean Girls

Starring:  Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert, Tina Fey, Tim MeadowsPlot: After being homeschooled in Africa for X amount of years, Lohan moves to the big city and realizes that the concrete jungle can be just as harsh as the jungle jungle.Review:  I remember liking this movie when I first saw it, on top of me definitely thinking that both Lohan AND Chabert were drop dead gorgeous.  Lohan has sadly fallen from grace directly onto a crack pipe and Chabert faded into obscurity.  Nonetheless I judge forward into the angsty world of high school girls.My second first impression of the movie is that Lohan was only 18 when this was filmed and the bitch is younger than me, but now looks like Edgar Winter let himself go.  Rough honey.  Second impression is that it's gonna be funny/Tiny Fey is super hot.There are a lot of funny scenes in the movie, every character is on point and Lohan seems weirdly super sweet in it. It's also filmed well, a lot of good colours.Lacey Chabert and Amanda Seyfried as the dummy women is almost too much to handle, these broads are just moronic at the best of times, at the worst of times that apparently ask you how to spell orange.Ugh, I didn't know Amy Poehler was in this movie.  I really don't like her at all, I'm sorry to say it, but I think she is unfunny and annoying as all get out.  But in this she plays an older version of a dumb preppy queen, which kind of makes sense.There's a scene where Lohan says if she and McAdams lived in the animal world she would jump on her and maul her... so Lohan jumps on McAdams and mauls her a bit, I won't lie when I say I paid a bit closer attention to that scene, but sadly my version wasn't the X rated version, just the normal kiddie one.  (That would be a fun version.)Halfway through and I'm glad my school wasn't really like this.  I mean, we had social segregation, but mostly people were good about it.  Even us losers had full conversations with smart kids, and smart kids were often times skids.  I think my valedictorian was a skater, sorry Sk8er.One big thing i don't like about this movie?  The soundtrack.  Not a fan of early 2000's shitty pop.  Where's my 90's shitty pop?! I want it that way, where are you?!I really like this movie, it's fun.  I engross myself into the teenage life as a 31 year old man and laugh at their childish, stupid pain.  Wait until real life, muahahaha!The downward spiral into being "plastic" isn't really anything special, it's pretty dumb to be honest, but there are some good scenes that show just how childish and mean kids can be at that age.  Not me though, I was a ray of fucking sunshine all the time :DThe big riot in the middle of the school about the girls freaking their shit is great.When Rachel McAdams gets hit by that bus?  I laughed out loud for probably the fifth or sixth time in this movie.Literally every scene in this movie I commented to myself that Lohan looks amazing, it blows my mind that someone that much of a ten can turn out to be less attractive than like... me.  Christ almighty.Reliving this movie was an awesome idea.  I recommend it to anyone my age, older, younger, whatever.