Mary lives with her evil stepmom/sisters and slaves for them. At the high school masquerade ball, she gets to dance with her pop idol, Joey. Running home before midnight, she drops her Zune. Joey tries to find the girl who fits the Zune.
The signature move of the twins, Flip and Wave, is a recreation of the Bend and Snap routine by Elle Woods from the first Legally Blonde (2001). See more »
During multiple instances in the movie when Annabelle and Isabelle are quoting the rules to the headmistress, there is an obvious distinction in where they are looking in the book and where the headmistress is looking in the book. Usually Annie and Izzy are looking somewhere in the beginning while the headmistress is looking somewhere in the middle. See more »
I loved Legally Blonde (first one) and Legally Blonde Red white and blonde.
What was so disappointing was not the acting, but the complete lack of any appearance by the character Elle Woods. While Reese Witherspoon was a producer, her character was completely erased from the movie.
Her character could have been fitted in, but the writers could have cared less abut the audience. I didn't buy the story that she was busy lobbying in Washington. If true, like the movies before, Elle Woods could have been in those scenes, like she was in the previous legally Blonde.
Also, in the previous movies, she often went back and forth to LA. This movie she literally disappeared. And not single photo of her wedding or Emmett in her home, leading me to believe her marriage did not last long, since it was said to be HER home, not theirs.
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