Never Been Kissed Movie Review

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"Never Been Kissed"
Never Been Kissed"

"Never Been Kissed" is an adroit film for teenagers to go see, but more specifically I would say that this is a film for young teenage girls. This film opened in the year 2000 and will most likely be alive in the hearts of those who saw it for a very long period of time. It will probably go on to be a classic to the girls who saw it even if they grow up to be older women.

"Never Been Kissed" could be described as a funny and big hearted motion picture that has triumphed over all the other teenage movies these days. The reason for this would most likely be because it is an elective (composed of material from various sources) movie. It is elective because the movie picks up many of the things happening today in teenagers life, for example on how high school life is and modern clothes, etc.

This story is about a 25 year old girl, Josie Gellar (Drew Barrymore) who is a undercover newspaper reporter who is determined to go from a "geek" to a beautiful popular girl when she goes back to high school to do her undercover article about today's teens. At the beginning, Josie is thrilled with the opportunity of going back to high school, but then she remembers when her high school classmates used to call her "Josie Grossie," a nickname invented by her brother (David Arquette). She decides to go and with the help of her brother she finds her true love. Drew Barrymore is accompanied by David Arquette, Molly Shannon, and Leelee Sobieski in this perfect mix of a heartwarming and hilarious comedy.
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