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Girls Just Want to Have Fun
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Directed By
Alan Metter

Written By:
Amy Spies

Cast:
Sarah Jessica Parker, Helen Hunt, Ed Lauter, Morgan Woodward, Lee Montgomery, Shannen Doherty, Biff Yeager, Holly Gagnier

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Girls Just Want to Have Fun (1985)
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Movie Review by BillyJean
September 5th, 2009

Been There. Seen That.

Well, My Darling Airheads -

I'd say that tone-deaf, Pop Singer, Cyndi Lauper is, in reality, an even bigger arsehole than I had originally thought her to be. I mean, what other reason would there be (other than being an arsehole) for Cyndi to attach her wretched, little song to this ultra-stupid movie?

Well, to be fair about all of this, I'm sure Cyndi's greed for the almighty dollar certainly had something to do with her allowing her song to be tied in with this dumb flick. But, then again, when you really think about it, what other type of a person, besides a total asswipe, would connect themselves, even marginally, to such a shallow and pretentious 'chick flick' as this piece of despicable trash?

This unbelievably predictable film was so 'riddled-to-the-max' with every cliche and contrivance in the book that it makes a piece of Swiss cheese look like an absolutely solid block of Cheddar, by comparison.

This movie's simpleton's story revolved around a really-really dumb and superficial teen named Janey and her mega-shallow ambitions to become (of all dreary things) a contestant on some trivial dance show that was regulary broadcast on local, cable TV.

Yawn-City.

Well....

There was one advantage to watching this movie - It certainly proved to be a bloody excellent sleeping pill, that's for sure.

Enough said.

Ta-Ta.

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