Entertaining. But don't watch this movie alone. You need someone there to exchange sarcastic remarks with. The blonde was the protagonist and the brunette was the antagonist. Both women added respectable visual pleasure. It was nice that the movie started in with the plot action right away. No long drawn out beginning. It was also nice to see how realistic it was when the girl made a scene on stage. The kids on the floor just stared like deer in headlights. Notice when the one fell off and landed on the floor, her pose was exactly like those who take a fall in Family Guy. Twenty years later, as adults, the plot thickened right away as well. I won't comment on the red dress at the reunion, but wow. Another realistic aspect was the white board in the brunettes kitchen with her to-do list. It reminded me of Austin Powers list. I was waiting for her to write down "threesome with Japaenesse twins". The climactic ending was rather lackluster. Family Guy deja vu all over again. The final scene was predictably stupid. Two things to notice: the tasers are really strong. And is the principal the only adult who ever goes to the proms? Despite the flaws and plot holes, there were less than in the average lifetime movie. An important factor to me is that I don't want to be bored. There was no time that happened. Overall it was entertaining.
A successful married woman's life is put in turmoil when she reunites with an old high school friend.
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