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t and only movie I have seen to have shown the mindless portrayal of blonde people, only to have the blonde actually prove herself to all her detractors. This movie in effect, empowers the blondes to break out of the mold and show the world that the color of one’s hair does not define intellect or personality. Legally Blonde was first shown in cinemas in 2001 and starred Reese Witherspoon as Elle Woods, the titular blonde. Based on the novel by Amanda Brown, Director Robert Luketic helmed the picture that also starred Luke Wilson, Selma Blair, Victor Garber, Jennifer Coolidge, Holland Taylor, and Ali Larter. In the movie, Witherspoon plays Elle Woods, a typical blonde who seems to be an airhead but proves to be knowledgeable about more than just fashion once given a chance to shine in the courtroom.
Although shot along the vein of Clueless, another dumb blonde triumphs movie, Legally Blonde stands alone in its genre as being the first movie of its kind to have pushed its female lead to succeed in order to prove a point to those who had been putting her down because of her hair color and its accompanying stigma. With the resurgence of female empowerment movies in our present day, it is important to note that Legally Blonde was not just trying to deliver the basic point that anything a man can do, a woman can do better. Instead, this film has proven to be intelligent in its own right. Not once does the film ever veer into sexual joke territory. Although the plot is ridiculous to most people, the comedic timing of those acting in the film is simply divine. Not a single joke ever fell flat nor lost its meaning.
The movie dares to tackle serious issues relating to the trials and tribulations of people who do not fit into a certain social mold or opinion. Elle is the embodiment of every woman who has found herself in such a situation. Finding herself on the receiving end of bullying at Harvard Law School, Elle manages to teach a lesson along her way to discovering
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