She's All That

Miramax Released 1999




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Robert Iscove

Heartthrob Zack Siler, who's recent and very public dumping from school hottie royalty Taylor Vaughn has gotten his casanova reputation under scrutiny. Thus he devises a cruel bet with pal Dean Sampson to pick any girl on campus and Zack will turn her into prom queen by simply dating her. Dean picks the socially stand-offish and artsy Laney Boggs, who's glasses, pony tail, and paint splattered overalls prove to be quite the challenge to work with. After tricking Laney to go out with him, despite her initial resistance, Zack finds that the unlikely pair have more in common that he had originally thought and falls for her. As predicted, Laney is accepted into the in-crowd for the first time in her life, until reining queen bee Taylor Vaughn interjects. Zack must come clean to Laney and prove himself worthy to get her trust back, reputation be damned.

Metacritic Score

  • 90

    Los Angeles Times Kevin Thomas

    A teen comedy that actually puts a priority on intelligence and values and spans generations in its appeal, emerging as a special delight for anyone for whom high school was someth...

  • 63

    Chicago Sun-Times Roger Ebert

    To give the movie credit, it's as bored with the underlying plot as we are. Even the prom queen election is only a backdrop for more interesting material, as She's All That explore...

  • 50

    The New York Times Stephen Holden

    She's All That is essentially a formulaic comedy, but it has enough glimmerings of originality and wit to make you wish it were much bolder and funnier than it turns out to be.

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    • Production budget - $10,000,000
      Domestic gross - $63,366,989 (38th)
      Worldwide gross - $103,166,989 (38th)

      Domestic adjusted for 2013 - $101,412,130
      Worldwide adjusted for 2013 - $165,107,799

    • Other production companies:
      Tapestry Films

    • Filming locations:
      Torrance High School, Torrance, California
      Leo Carrillo State Beach, Malibu, California
      Redondo Beach, California
      Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts, Cerritos, California

    • Taglines:
      1. A new comedy that proves there's more to attraction than meets the eye.
      2. These two opposites attract... but EVERYONE'S trying to keep them apart!

    • Music:
      Written by Cinjun Tate, Shelby Tate, Cedric Lemoyne,
      Jeffrey Cain Thompson, Gregory Slay
      Performed by Remy Zero
      Baby Got Going
      Written by Liz Phair & Scott Litt
      Performed by Liz Phair
      Be Free
      Written by / Will i Am / Stahl / Goldberg
      Performed by The Black Eyed Peas
      Blacktop Beat
      Written by Lucas MacFadden
      Performed by Jurassic 5
      Up To Us
      Written and Performed by Allrighse
      Written by J. Ralph
      Performed by Spy
      Written by Jo Lloyd, James Wright, David Magee
      Performed by Stretch Princess
      Kiss Me
      Written by Matt Slocum
      Performed by Sixpence None The Richer
      Test The Theory
      Written by Robin File, Sean McCann, Martin Merchant & Robert Maxfield
      Performed by Audioweb
      Written by Kat Green
      Performed by Girl Next Door
      Ooh La La
      Written by Theo Keating
      Performed by The Wiseguys
      Give It To Me Baby
      Written and Performed by Rick James
      Shuck & Jive
      Written by John Davis
      Performed by Superdrag
      Hanging On
      Written by Emily Gerber and Carlos Calvo
      Performed by Emily & Carlos
      Written by Greg Dulli
      Performed by The Afghan Whigs
      Nonstop Operation
      Written by MC Tunes, S. Hickling, S. Jones, M. Lawrence, G. Gasper, P. Billington
      Performed by The Dust Junkys
      Written and Performed by Goldie
      The Rockafeller Skank
      Written by Fatboy Slim, Terry Winford, John Barry
      Performed by Fatboy Slim


More Info About This Movie


Comedy, Drama


Teen, Romantic Comedy