She doesn’t even go here

Why the New Mean Girls Movie Isn't Like the Original

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She doesn't even go here

Introduction: how the movie Mean Girls reflects high school life

The 2004 movie Mean Girls is a reflection of high school life.
The film follows the story of Cady Heron, who moves from Africa to the U.S., and attends public school for the first time as a sophomore.
She quickly learns that in order to survive in the social hierarchy of high school, she must first understand the unwritten rules of girl culture.

The movie is full of iconic quotes that perfectly capture the highs and lows of high school life.
For example, when Cady first meets Regina George, the head mean girl, Regina asks her where she’s from.
Cady responds with “Africa,” and Regina says “Oh, so you’re a jungle freak?”
This line perfectly captures the way some students treat those who are different from them.


Characters: who are the main players?

There are many characters in the movie Mean Girls, but the main players are Cady, Regina George, Gretchen Wieners, Karen Smith, and Damian.

Cady is a new girl in school who has to learn the ropes of being a mean girl.
Regina George is the queen bee who rules the school with an iron fist.
Gretchen Wieners is her loyal sidekick.
Karen Smith is an airhead who follows Regina’s every command.
And Damian is the outcast of the group who always seems to be getting picked on.


The plot: what happens in the movie?

In Mean Girls, Cady Heron moves to the U.S., from Africa, and attends a new school where she meets The Plastics – a trio of girls who are the most popular girls in school.
Cady soon becomes friends with The Plastics, but then realizes that they’re mean to everyone who isn’t in their group.
Cady starts to scheme against The Plastics and takes down Regina George, the leader of the group.


Mean Girls reflects high school life


Analysis: why is Mean Girls so popular?

Mean Girls is one of the most popular movies of all time.
It has a 8.1 rating on IMDb and was even adapted into a Broadway musical. So, what makes this movie so popular?

One reason Mean Girls is so popular is because it’s relatable.
The characters are all high school students, and many people can relate to their struggles and experiences.
The movie also pokes fun at high school culture, which is another reason why it’s so popular.

Another reason Mean Girls is so popular is because it’s funny.
The jokes in the movie are some of the funniest ever written for a film.
And they’re not just juvenile humor – there are actually some really clever jokes in there that will make you laugh out loud.

Finally, the cast is really great too.


Quotes: favorite lines from the movie

It’s October 3rd, and that means only one thing: Mean Girls is on Netflix.
The 2004 classic starring Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, and Tina Fey is the perfect movie to watch to get you in the Halloween spirit.
And what’s not to love about the movie?
The hilarious one-liners, the relatable characters, the fashion…

Here are some of our favorite quotes from the movie:

“That’s why her hair is so big. It’s full of secrets.”
“In girl world, we call this a nun bun.”
“She doesn’t even go here!”
“You can’t sit with us!


Conclusion: what lessons can we learn from Mean Girls?

If you were to ask any millennial woman what the most iconic movie from her high school years was, there’s a good chance that almost all of them would say Mean Girls.
Released in 2004, the movie has continued to be quoted and referenced long after its release.
So what is it about Mean Girls that has made it so popular? And more importantly, what lessons can we learn from it?

One of the things that makes Mean Girls so relatable is that it’s based on real life.
The movie was written by Tina Fey, who drew inspiration from her own experiences as a teenager.
This means that the characters and situations are believable and realistic, which helps make the movie resonate with audiences.

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