Legally Blondes (2009) starring Milly Rosso, Becky Rosso, Christopher Cousins, Brittany Curran, Lisa Banes, Curtis Armstrong, Rose Abdoo, Bobby Campo directed by Savage Steve Holland Movie Review

Legally Blondes (2009)   2/52/52/52/52/5

Milly Rosso and Becky Rosso in Legally Blondes (2009)

Blonder than Blonde

With their dad taking a teaching job in America Annabelle (Camilla Rosso) and Isabelle (Rebecca Rosso), Elle's twin cousins from England, head to America with him where they move in to Elle's pink L.A. mansion. But the twin sisters find themselves the outsiders at the prep school they are enrolled in to when student queen Tiffany (Brittany Curran) not only takes a dislike to them but discovers they are not rich and are there on a scholarship. Things get even worse when one of the sisters is set up when some test papers are stolen.

When ever I find myself watching a movie which is obviously aimed at a completely different demographic to myself I try hard to think whether it works for the intended demographic. But some times it is just impossible to imagine what sort of demographic a movie is made for and as I suffered "Legally Blondes" I just couldn't believe that even young girls would find this attack of cheese and corn entertaining.

How do you describe "Legally Blondes" well take the air headedness of the original "Legally Blonde" movie and dumb it right down to the point of being moronic. At the same time up the blonde and pink to painful levels as well as upping the clicheness of the characters and you come close to what is on offer in this direct to DVD addition to the series.

What else? Well throw a lot of montages into the movie; add a touch of romance and the dumb crime aspect of one of them being set up and you have a movie which at just under 86 minutes ends up feeling painfully longer. The thing is that all of this is at a level aimed at young girls but it is so over the top and cheesy but I can't imagine even young girls finding this entertaining.

What this all boils down to is that "Legally Blondes" is simply bad on every single level and whilst I am admittedly not in its target audience I doubt for a single minute those it was targeting will find it in the least big entertaining.