After a little white lie about losing her virginity gets out, a clean cut high school girl sees her life paralleling Hester Prynne's in "The Scarlet Letter," which she is currently studying in school - until she decides to use the rumor mill to advance her social and financial standing.
This production is probably one of the BEST comedies I have ever seen! My dad, who is an extremely hard critic on movies and hardly ever is impressed with comedies, was laughing hysterically in the cinemas! I, too, enjoyed this film, and it seemed as though the whole audience enjoyed it as much as I did, and more! Emma Stone was beautiful in this movie, and the acting was just perfect.
The portrayal of this "good girl gone bad" by Stone was extraordinary, and she was absolutely perfect for this role! It wouldn't have been the same with a different actress! Amanda Bynes was just unbelievable as this hard-core Christian mean girl, and she had me falling out of my seat in laughter. Every time she said, "You're going to burn in hell!" or "Go to hell!" I just has to let out a laugh. It was indescribable of what was going through my mind at the time of this movie!
The entire script, as well as the idea itself was brilliant. ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT! Whoever wrote this script is obviously fantastic at writing...they made this story not just a teen movie, but a movie for all ages, and people to learn and grow from. This kept me on the edge of my seat, and I fell in love with it. My friends and I watch it almost every single time they come over, and it is great fun that we will never get tired of.
Last thing I'm going to say...The Scarlett Letter part of this movie was so intelligent, I couldn't even believe who would come up with such a witty, smart idea! Finally, this film stands as one of the greatest, most amazing comedy ever! 5 stars!
Don't really know what to say about this movie. I heard people say that this was supposed to be somewhat of a comedy but I didn't find it very humorous. The subject matter was pretty interesting with a girl pretending to be a whore. It kept me interested. Wasn't a big fan of Amanda Bynes. She plays a Jesus freak (and those are usually always annoying) which goes against her real life drunken lush lifestyle. So not too believable. Emma Stone was alright and acted pretty well but there's something about her acting that gives off a vibe that says "I'm just better than you"! Overall not a bad movie and worth a watch. 6/10
Director: Will Gluck (Zanne Devine) running time: 92 minutes
FSK: 12 year: 2010
Screenplay: Bert V Royal (Adam McKay)
Songs: Wende Crowley
Cross-section: Susan Littenberg
Camera: Michael Grady
Easy A is a US-american comedy.
It's a story about a normal teenager, who is said to be-a prostitute.
However, this is not true but just a rumour, which arouses due to a small lie.
Olive Penderghast (Emma Stone) helps her good friend Brandon (Dan Byrd), who has a bad reputation as a gay man, by pretending to have slept with him.
After that, Brandon tells all his uncool friends, that Olive would pretend to sleep with anybody,-if they pay money .
Since that time, the girls call her a slut and the boys admire olive.
First Olive is angry about this rumour, but short spell later, she acts like a real slut and cord an “A” on her clothes.
A little bit later, she wants to get rid of her reputation as a .
However nobody wants to help her.
Sadly, this movie isn´t acceptable for kids below 12 years, because there are many perverted scenes.
Addition to that, for young people its not easy to understand the contexts.
However, there are many funny moments in this movie and the actors act in a brilliant way.
Incredibly watchable, a film with a difference. Emma Stone was witty, funny, and incredibly lovable. Attractable to all different ages, it was a comedies with a strong moral to it. Her parents (played by Stanley Tucci and Patricia Clarkson) were a bit try-hardy at kooky parents.
Overall, a great film I'd really recommend it.