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Similarly, they thus miss the chance for the film to play better to audiences long since graduated, as well as the potential for showing how high school life changed over the years (although they do briefly include a shot of some hallway metal detectors).
What's really missing, though, is the much needed comedic and romantic complications that would have made the film much better.
As such, she lies about her identity (for her job) and in one scene get high from unknowingly eating some food laced with pot.
JESSICA ALBA, MARLEY SHELTON and JORDAN LADD plays the most popular, but snobbish girls in school who make fun of Jessie until they're led to believe she's cool, which also holds true for JEREMY JORDAN who plays the school's resident hunk.
A washed up singer is given a couple days to compose a chart-topping hit for an aspiring teen sensation.
Though he's never written a decent lyric in his life, he sparks with an offbeat younger woman with a flair for words.
Of course to be fair, Barrymore's character is only seven years out of high school and hasn't changed her clumsy, geeky ways.
Nonetheless, the filmmakers could have used that comic potential, but instead have let it slip through their cinematic fingers.
Her efforts are immediately thwarted, however, by her clueless sense of style that causes other students to pick on her, such as a trio of snobbish girls, Kirsten (JESSICA ALBA), Kristen (MARLEY SHELTON) and Gibby (JORDAN LADD), and the school's resident hunk, Guy Perkins (JEREMY JORDAN), who reminds her of her former, but unreciprocated high school crush.Beyond Barrymore's fun take, the film's other performances are delivered with mixed results.David Arquette ("Ravenous," the "Scream" films) has fun with his character's return to high school, while Molly Shannon ( TV's "Saturday Night Live"), John C.Mary Fiore is San Francisco's most successful supplier of romance and glamor. Nicole and Chase used to be BFFs, then junior high happened. As the publication deadline approaches, the price of blowing their cover seems ever more daunting, yet inevitable unless she sacrifices her career.: That thing, that moment, when you kiss someone and everything around becomes hazy and the only thing in focus is you and this person and you realize that that person is the only person that you're supposed to kiss for the rest of your life, and for one moment you get this amazing gift and you want to laugh and you want to cry because you feel so lucky that you found it and so scared that that it will go away all at the same time.The high school centennial dance is coming but Nicole gets dumped. I think this movie more than any other shows what a great actress Drew Barrymore is because she plays a ugly duckling in high school which is something I never imagined her being. I don't usually go for those feel good movies but I really enjoyed this one.