Legally blonde 2 age rating

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Legally Blonde by Amanda Brown

I LOVE the Legally Blonde movie, and I recently saw the musical, (which I also adored). So I was ready to love this book. It turned out to be a disappointed read. I expected difference from the movie; in fact I wanted them. I wanted more details and more funny happenings that were left out. It was different all right, but in all the wrong ways!

**Spoliers**
There is NO Emmet Forrest in the book. In fact, no love interest for Elle at all. She just spends the entire book moaning over Warner.

Vivian is named Sarah, which is not as posh.

Her nail lady is French, and does not provide any sort of friendship for her (no dog rescue!)

She makes a very good girlfriend in law school.

Elle is a slacker! She never begins to study hard to show them all like she does in the movie/musical. She skips classes to get highlights, reads magazines in class and does not participate. She never rises above to show anyone she can do it.

Brooke has a different last name, but she was not getting lyposuction while her husband was being murdered, she was attending an SA Shoppers Annonymous meeting because she is addicted to shopping. (GAG!) She also used to be fat, had a horrible childhood, an opened a gym/health food place.

In all, this book was a pretty boring read. Elle is not as dynamic as she was on screen. The screenwriters of that movie really get some credit because they created better characters and more appealing situations.
File Name: legally blonde 2 age rating.zip
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Published 28.04.2019

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This site uses cookies and other tracking technologies to administer and improve your experience on our site, to help diagnose and troubleshoot potential server malfunctions, and to gather use and demographic information. See our cookie policy. Skip to Content. Get age-based picks. No cosmetic is worth using if it was manufactured through the use of animal testing and cruelty. One person can make a difference in the world. Elle is a self-sufficient, materialistic, overprivileged, loyal, animal-loving kewpie doll of a lawyer with a sunny and kind disposition and a go-getter work ethic.

This section contains details about the movie, including its classification by the Australian Government Classification Board and the associated consumer advice lines. He manages to track her down in a laboratory where she is being used for animal experimentation. This turns Elle into an avid animal liberator which causes her to be fired from her new position in a law firm. She travels to Washington to propose a new bill seeking freedom for animals and secures a position with a law firm there. Her new boss, Victoria Rudd, seemingly helps Elle along the way, but is in reality opposed to the bill.

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Forgot your password? - Although the story is set in Washington, D. The supposed "aerial views" on Washington buildings were scale models built by the crew.

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This time she's a lawyer-in-pink out to stop animal testing in the cosmetic industry and free her beloved Chihuahua's mother from a laboratory. So, she's off to Washington, D. Also with Luke Wilson and Regina King. Directed by Charles Herman-Wurmfeld. We see a photo of a man and a woman kissing. A group of people dance with movements that resemble those of dogs: they thrust their hips, pant, wag their hips, lift their legs, lick at each other, and rub themselves on each other's legs. Women wear tight-fitting and short outfits throughout the movie revealing cleavage, bare, shoulders, and bare legs, and we see a man dressed as a woman.

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