If anyone in Beverly Hills is clued in, it's Cher. She's almost 16, she's rich, she's way popular, and she loves letting the world benefit by her expertise in all of life's important issues--like... View more >
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"Clueless" is a fun little movie from 1995 that have me seeing Alicia Silverstone as more that just a MTV babe. In 1994, thge MTV Movies Awards honored Silverstone as the best villain, even beating out Ralph Fiennes for his evil performance in "Schinder's List." When she won, I was shocked. Her movie "The Crush," inwhich very few people saw. The reason why she won that award, because she was in a couple of Aerosmith videos. "Clueless" is the film that made her acceptable as an actress, in my point of view anyway. The film takes place in Los Angeles where she and her friends hang out. "Clueless" may have been written by Jane Austin, if she lived in the 20th Century. This movie is so Los Angeles, that I almost see it as a commerical for the city, but I accept it anyway. Silverstone's point of view about her father, her friends and trying to find the man in her life is refreshing. She even made a fashion statement. "Clueless" is a fun movie.
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