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Easy A
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Directed By
Will Gluck

Written By:
Bert V. Royal

Cast:
Emma Stone, Cam Gigandet, Amanda Bynes, Patricia Clarkson, Stanley Tucci, Penn Badgley, Lisa Kudrow, Malcolm McDowell, Alyson Michalka, Dan Byrd, Thomas Haden Church, Juliette Goglia, Chyna, Jake Sandvig, Stacey Travis, Braeden Lemasters, Bonnie Burroughs, Danni Katz, D'Anthony Palms, Jeremiah Hu, Mitchell Falk, Norma Michaels, Johanna E. Braddy, Ryan J. Parker, Morgan Rusler, Jameson Moss, Nicki Tyler Flynn, Jessica Jann, Bryce Clyde Jenkins, Jillian Johnston, Neil Soni, Morgan Rusler, Daniel Bird, Mahaley Hessam, Max Crumm

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Easy A (2010)
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Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie
March 20th, 2011

Ridiculously in Love

Favorite Movie Quote: "After we watch "The Bucket List," remember to cross "watch 'The Bucket List'" off our bucket list."

I can't even believe how much I loved this movie. Emma Stone is everything I ever wanted Lindsey Lohan to be and this movie brings my love of John Hughes to the 21st century.

The Scarlet Letter meets Mean Girls makes this a new brand of teen movie that is chalk a block with references to things I have always loved ('Can't Buy Me Love', anyone?) as well as a new reality (super cool parents, video blogging). If you don't love this movie, you must revoke your 'Sixteen Candles' appreciation card.

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