LEGALLY BLONDE 2: RED, WHITE AND BLONDE

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Release Date: July 02, 2003

Starring: Reese Witherspoon, Sally
Field, Regina King, Jennifer
Coolidge, Bruce McGill, and
Bob Newhart

Genre: Comedy

Audience: Teenagers and adults REVIEWER:
Dr. Tom Snyder The producers
of the comedy hit, LEGALLY
BLONDE, starring Reese
Witherspoon, decided to turn
over the reins of the sequel
to a liberal, homosexual
activist named Charles
Herman-Wurmfeld. According to
the June 29 issue of the Los
Angeles Times on page E27,
Herman-Wurmfeld is a
“long-time liberal
activist” who works for
Howard Dean’s campaign for
President and whose first
movie was the lesbian comedy
KISSING JESSICA STEIN. The
results are, to say the least,
predictable, mindless, and
highly offensive. After
getting fired from her job for
trying to free her pet
Chihuahua Bruiser’s mother
from an animal lab, Elle Woods
goes to Washington, D.C. to
craft a bill to stop cosmetics
firms from using animals as
test subjects. She runs into
obstacles, however, from a
congressional aide, a frumpy
congresswoman, a conservative
congressman, and her own boss,
played by Sally Field. Elle
wins over the congresswoman by
finding out that she belongs
to the same college sorority.
She wins over the conservative
congressman when her little
dog and the congressman’s
big dog turn out to be
homosexuals. Her boss and the
aide turn out to be tougher
nuts to crack, so she calls in
reinforcements, three of her
ditzy friends. The production
notes for LEGALLY BLONDE 2:
RED, WHITE AND BLONDE note how
children often ask the stars
and filmmakers about Bruiser,
the cute little Chihuahua in
the movie. So, what are
parents supposed to tell these
same children when they ask
about Bruiser’s sex life? It
is totally irresponsible for
the filmmakers to allow this
series to be hijacked by a
member of the radical
homosexual left. The
politically correct
orientation of LEGALLY BLOND 2
obviates the honest fun of the
concept in this series and
undercuts the credibility of
the characters. It also will
cut into the movie’s profits
because a good portion of the
potential audience for the
movie will be
offended. Furthermore, the
final feel-good message of the
movie, that people need to
speak up to make their voices
heard, is disingenuous because
it can’t logically apply to
all points of view. Some
points of view are clearly
stupid or evil, so not all
points of view deserve to be
heard, least of all followed.
In fact, the director himself,
Mr. Herman-Wurmfeld,
wouldn’t want all viewpoints
to be heard either. LEGALLY
BLONDE 2 also contains some
light foul language. Please
address your comments to: Alex
Yemenidjian, CEO MGM/UA 2500
Broadway Street Santa Monica,
CA 90404-3061 Phone: (310)
449-3000 Fax: (310) 449-3024

Rating: PG-13

Runtime: 95 minutes

Distributor: MGM/UA

Director: Charles Herman-Wurmfeld

Executive Producer:

Producer: Marc Platt and David
Nicksay EXECUTIVE PRODUCER:
Reese Witherspoon

Writer: Kate Kondell

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Content:

(RoRo, PCPCPC, EvEv, HoHo, LL, SS, A, M) Romantic worldview, with very strong politically correct, liberal elements that include strong animal rights message and strong pro-homosexual message; seven light obscenities and 13 light profanities; no violence; depicted jokes about homosexual dogs and a reference to oral sex; no nudity; alcohol use; no smoking; and, political corruption, deceit, and “conservative” congressman publicly confesses that his dog is “gay.”

GENRE: Comedy

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Summary:

In LEGALLY BLONDE 2: RED, WHITE AND BLONDE, Elle Woods, the comical heroine in pink, goes to Washington, D.C. to help her dog, Bruiser’s, mother, who’s a test subject in an animal lab for a cosmetics firm. The fun spirit of the first movie has been hijacked by a politically-correct, pro-homosexual filmmaker.

Review:

The producers of the comedy hit, LEGALLY BLONDE, starring Reese Witherspoon, decided to turn over the reins of the sequel to a liberal, homosexual activist named Charles Herman-Wurmfeld. According to the June 29 issue of the Los Angeles Times on page E27, Herman-Wurmfeld is a “long-time liberal activist” who works for Howard Dean’s campaign for President and whose first movie was the lesbian comedy KISSING JESSICA STEIN. The results are, to say the least, predictable, mindless, and highly offensive.

After getting fired from her job for trying to free her pet Chihuahua Bruiser’s mother from an animal lab, Elle Woods goes to Washington, D.C. to craft a bill to stop cosmetics firms from using animals as test subjects. She runs into obstacles, however, from a congressional aide, a frumpy congresswoman, a conservative congressman, and her own boss, played by Sally Field. Elle wins over the congresswoman by finding out that she belongs to the same college sorority. She wins over the conservative congressman when her little dog and the congressman’s big dog turn out to be homosexuals. Her boss and the aide turn out to be tougher nuts to crack, so she calls in reinforcements, three of her ditzy friends.

The production notes for LEGALLY BLONDE 2: RED, WHITE AND BLONDE note how children often ask the stars and filmmakers about Bruiser, the cute little Chihuahua in the movie. So, what are parents supposed to tell these same children when they ask about Bruiser’s sex life?

It is totally irresponsible for the filmmakers to allow this series to be hijacked by a member of the radical homosexual left. The politically correct orientation of LEGALLY BLOND 2 obviates the honest fun of the concept in this series and undercuts the credibility of the characters. It also will cut into the movie’s profits because a good portion of the potential audience for the movie will be offended.

Furthermore, the final feel-good message of the movie, that people need to speak up to make their voices heard, is disingenuous because it can’t logically apply to all points of view. Some points of view are clearly stupid or evil, so not all points of view deserve to be heard, least of all followed. In fact, the director himself, Mr. Herman-Wurmfeld, wouldn’t want all viewpoints to be heard either.

LEGALLY BLONDE 2 also contains some light foul language.

Please address your comments to:

Alex Yemenidjian, CEO

MGM/UA

2500 Broadway Street

Santa Monica, CA 90404-3061

Phone: (310) 449-3000

Fax: (310) 449-3024

SUMMARY: In LEGALLY BLONDE 2: RED, WHITE AND BLONDE, Elle Woods, the comical heroine in pink, goes to Washington, D.C. to help her dog, Bruiser’s, mother, who’s a test subject in an animal lab for a cosmetics firm. The fun spirit of the first movie has been hijacked by a politically-correct, pro-homosexual filmmaker.

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