Romy and Michele's High School Reunion


Action / Comedy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 72%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 65%
IMDb Rating 6.2 10 40620


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September 30, 2014 at 10:05 AM



Justin Theroux as Cowboy
Alan Cumming as Sandy Frink
Mira Sorvino as Romy White
754.74 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 32 min
P/S 4 / 32

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by BeccaGudd 10 / 10

Never gets old

This film is like a cult classic for me. I've watched it thousands of times and it really never gets old. It's definitely a chick flick and maybe one to watch with a group of girls to have a good laugh. Lisa Kudrow plays Michele and gives her quirky humor. Mira Sorvino plays Romy and has a different kind of humor but they both work well together in this movie. Also another great aspect of the film is the music, most of which is 80's.

Reviewed by BA_Harrison 7 / 10

Kudrow and Sorvino in short dresses: all the recommendation I need.

I don't find Romy and Michele's High School Reunion to be as funny as some seem to—just consistently amusing—but I still like it: it has a warmth and charm that you don't find in many Hollywood films, a few profound points to make about life and true happiness, and two absolute babes with amazing legs—and sometimes, that's enough.

The lovely Lisa Kudrow (Phoebe from Friends) and the possibly even lovelier Mira Sorvino play lifelong pals Romy and Michele, a pair of ditzy blondes sharing an apartment in Los Angeles. In the ten years since graduating high school, the girls have led a carefree existence together, avoiding responsibility during the day in minimum wage jobs, and partying at night.

When they discover that their high school in Tuscon is holding a class reunion, Romy and Michele decide to attend, but on realising that their lack of accomplishment over the last decade is unlikely to impress, they concoct a story to make themselves appear successful. Of course, the whole deception crashes around their ears, but through the experience, Romy and Michele discover that their lives have been much richer than they had realised.

The comedy of Romy and Michele veers towards the extremely silly at times, and is unlikely to appeal to those who enjoy more cerebral humour, but the underlying, heartfelt messages, the effervescent performances from its likable (and luscious) leads, excellent support from Janeane Garofolo (as class grouch Heather Mooney) and Alan Cumming (as nerd-turned-millionaire Sandy Frink), and spirited direction from David Mirkin are guaranteed to provide a fun time for all but the most joyless of souls.

Reviewed by spencergrande6 5 / 10

Just alright, broad, semi-funny look at female friendship above all else

I had always heard this was a "guilty pleasure" or some kind of minor cult classic, and it being my own 10 year reunion this summer I thought I would finally check it out. Well I don't think it's either of those really, though I suppose guilty pleasure always fits to some degree.

It's a just alright, broad, semi-funny look at female friendship above all else. Mira Sorvino's accent is the scene stealer here, it's some kind of Californian valley girl monstrosity that takes on a life of its own throughout the movie. Is it just me or does it become more pronounced when she returns to Tucson, where no one has that accent? Is this a subtle shade of "acting" on her part, the accent an affectation she picked up in SoCal to distance herself from her terrible adolescence? There's also Justin Theroux who plays a cowboy with a goofy southern accent. I've got nothing for that one.

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