Reviewer: Ericka Villegas, Teen Reviewer; Ages 11 to 18.
Five teens spend a strange Christmas Eve afternoon in this homage to The Breakfast Club.
Alyssa graduated with a degree in Middle East Studies & Arabic and continually adds to her list of random life experiences as she faces one adventure after another.
With too many hobbies to count she especially loves hip-hop, soccer, and photography.
She's All That has nothing interesting to say at any point, the characters are as deep as a paddling pool, it was crap then and its even worse now. The next thing is discussing subtext that is actually the context i.e. The plot revolves around brainwashing to sell things, for the 2 people (I think I was one of those) that actually saw the cinematic release we got this.Fort Lauderdale’s Las Olas Boulevard is the ideal backdrop for this festival, blending an eclectic mix of artists, great weather and fantastic energy.Top Five Things That Are Ruining Chloe's Day5) Working the a.m. But if they can band together to clear their names, what looks like a total disaster might just make Chloe's list of Top Ten Best Moments.When their boss suspects that one of them is a thief, he sends fifteen-year-old Chloea naïve, red-headed diabeticand five of her fellow teen workers to spend the rest of the afternoon in the store’s back room.stupid, thick, dull, naive, dim, dense, dumb (informal), simple-minded, dozy (Brit.