Five minutes into the movie, and I was already cracking up!
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"NOT THE GUMDROP BUTTONS!"
I'd stop the world and melt for Warren Peace.
Me: "Easy A is Emma Stone's best role." Everyone: "Why would you say something so controversial yet so brave?"
So much nostalgia (with a side of yikes).
I can't believe all this virgin talk was allowed in a Disney movie.
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God, this made me feel nostalgic.
The one where it all went downhill from there.
HOW did this air on network television?
Lifetime imprisonment seems like harsh punishment for trespassing.
The year 2000 was truly a wild time.
This is what dreams are made of.
Can you answer some of these questions, J.K. Rowling?
I am never leaving my house again!
I always wanted to be Claudia, but I'm such a Mary Anne.
Raise your hand if you were sexually awakened by Devon Sawa as Casper.
I'll never get over the fact that Thackery Binx grew up to be McGee on NCIS.
This movie doesn't make much sense, but I still love it.
I can't believe I watched this when I was 12.
This is seriously the most underrated movie of the '90s.
[Me the whole movie] I'm both incredibly turned on and totally creeped out right now.
This movie was responsible for giving us Chris Evans in a whipped cream bikini and for that I'm forever thankful.
Not even James Marsden and Katie Holmes could save this terrible movie.
*extreme Britney voice* CRAAAZY.
“I worked hard for that D. I deserved that D.”
"I killed Liz. I killed the teen dream. Deal with it."
Nobody will ever be as beautiful as Leonardo DiCaprio playing Romeo.
Rebecca Gayheart's hair > everything else.
I can't believe how much I used to love this movie.
The rollercoaster scene = my sexual awakening.
If you didn't try "light as a feather, stiff as a board" at every sleepover, were you even a '90s kid?
There were so many imitators, but only one Scream. (Okay, there were like four movies AND a TV show, but you know what I mean.)
I still know the poem off by heart.
We don't talk about this movie enough.
It's still one of the greatest teen movies of all time.
The ultimate '90s teen slasher.
The movie that was synonymous with Smash Mouth long before Shrek.
I can't believe 13-year-old me got away with seeing this movie.