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Clueless (Whatever! Edition)

4.1 out of 5 stars 201 customer reviews

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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Paramount
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 201 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B0009W5IP6
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #39,448 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Silverstone/Murphy/Rudd/Faison ~ Clueless

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If you haven't heard of this movie, you must be living on another planet.

It's simple, fun, fresh and full of catch phrases that will stick it your head for a very long time .... ''Whatever !!!''

It's the best way to spend an hour and half

This movie suites evrybody of all ages, boys and girls !

It makes the girls want to be like Cher, Dionne or Tie ... and it makes the boys want to date them !!

I absolutely loved it when it first came out in 1995 (I was 10) and it's still one of my all time favorite today and I think it always will be !!!!
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I love this movie so much that its not even worth talking about, because no words will express what a brilliantly put together,acted, written and presented film this is.And talk about feel-good, and FUN.Also, Clueless is living proof that there are teen comedies out there that aren't dumb, over the top shallow.Yes, Clueless is a light, and fluffy film, but since that is what it sets out to do(be light and fluffy and entertaining),thats just fine.And it accomplishes that goal perfectly-Clueless is a film second to none in its genre.
What sets it apart from other dumb tripe out there and makes it enjoyable for even the most weary of grown-ups is its great cast, unbelievably witty writing, and irresistable storylines that you can't help but get caught up in. The whole cast is great, but Alicia Silverstone is unforgettable.It is a pinnacle leading role for actresses in teen movies.She simply sparkles from scene one.An who could ever forget the sets and costumes??
Simply, a classic in the genre, and one of the best comedies of the nineties.A weekend popcorn movie to curl up in bed with that also has wit and charisma and intelligence to boot.Not to mention, its still not old after the fifth billion time.
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So what is the most influential film of the '90s? A good case could be made for "Clueless", a movie that does as much to encapsulate the age of Britney-era M-TV as, well, "Pulp Fiction" encapsulated the culture of 'ironic', grunge-era M-TV. Or you could compare it with the Heckerling-directed but Crowe-scripted "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" as a study in contrasts. "Clueless" is surely Heckerling's own darling child, a triumph of writing and direction that is obviously derived from Jane Austen's "Emma" without being derivative in any bad sense of the word. Shot in sassy, lollipop colors by Dick Pope, the film exudes an impossible sense of cheer as it navigates the social misfortunes and triumphs of our giddy heroine, Cher, played by Alicia Silverstone with a comic oomph that ensures her a place in film history regardless of how many flops she suffered since. For all of its of-the-moment trendiness (and though I realize the film is, as a certain demographic judges these things, "old" already, I have to give it snaps for maintaining its youthful feel) "Clueless" feels like some classic comedy of the '30s or '40s powdered up with Calvin Klein outfits and a pop soundtrack. It treats its sexual and social themes gently, with a classiness that hasn't been matched by even the best subsequent teen comedies. That's significant considering almost every teen comedy since has benefited from the format "Clueless" laid out. Its sweetly satiric tone, jazzy pace, and vivid colors can be seen in films as diverse as "Legally Blonde", "Josie and the Pussycats", and "Bring It On". Even neo-teen raunch flicks like "American Pie" probably owe their comparative sensitivity to "Clueless". It proved that the teen demographic would appreciate a film with style. The script, direction, performances, etc. all provide style in abundance. In the teen comedy genre, "Clueless" stands proud as its "Citizen Kane".
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By A Customer on April 9 2003
Format: DVD
Alicia Silverstone may have gone nearly completely out of sight now, but CLUELESS is her crowning achievement. Cher is actually a very intelligent, shrewd girl who knows exactly what she is doing, most of the time. The other times, she feels like a loser because of her step bro Josh. To compensate for him thinking she is a ditz with a credit card, she tries to do good deeds and ends up making a big mess out of setting her friend Tai up with her other friend Elton. In the meantime, she gets two lonely teachers together and that is the only project that seems to have panned out well. To her dismay, Elton likes her instead of Tai and Tai likes that loser sk8 boy Travis. That is like so 5 years ago! Amber, the skinny redhead who wears designer imposter parfum, takes Tai over and now Tai won't pay attention to Cher, and then Cher feels like an even bigger loser than ever. Josh is constantly reminding her that most of her actions are 99% selfish, so she makes a pact with herself to do TRULY good deeds, like helping the Malibu Beach disaster victims, and enduring long shopping trips with her pal Christian, who of course, is gay and has better fashion sense than even SHE does!
Seems like a typical teen movie plot, right? But the writing is so full of excellent comedic timing. Dan Hedaya who plays Cher's dad, is very funny and it's smart to have veteran actor's in a young people's movie. It provides some strength and substance and I think it added to the success of this movie. Paul Rudd (catch him in 200 Cigarettes, he really is a riot) plays Josh, Brittany Murphy (before she lost all that weight and consequently seemed to have lost a few brain cells as well) plays Tai. Jeremy Sisto (now of Six Feet Under fame) plays Elton. Another really funny cast member is Breckin Meyer, who plays the Sk8er Boi. Other teen films have followed, but none have been as charming or as memorable as this.
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