Essay Mean Girls
Mean Girls is a comedy directed by Mark Waters and written by Tina Fey. Cady Heron is the new girl in town who moved from Africa. She instantly makes friends with two teenagers that are nice (Damian and Janis) whom, are considered in the "out crowd." After she meets the Plastics (three rude and popular girls), consisting of Regina the leader, Gretchen (Regina’s follower), Karen is considering one of the dumbest people you will meet. They let her in their group, where Cady falls for Regina’s ex-boyfriend, Aaron Samuels. When Regina finds this out, she wants revenge. However, Cady, Janis and Damian plan together to get back at Regina and take her down from the head plastic. While planning revenge, Cady …show more content…
Towards the end of the movie the burn book gets out. “There is this book that Regina and her friends made this book that says something bad about everyone in that school. In the end Regina makes copies of that book and puts them on the floor of the school. All of the girls get into a fight in the school because of what was said in the book. In the end Tina Fey makes them all apologized for what they have said to each other. Janis says that she is sorry that she made Cady go after her and make Aaron break up with her. After that Regina runs out after Janis says that and Cady goes after her. A bus hits Regina and they say that it was Cady’s fault” (Waters).
The Setting is perfect for the high school movie. They have the hallway for school with lockers. Throughout the movie when they eat lunch they eat at a cafeteria just like you would eat in a high school. When they are in their classrooms, they look just like normal high school classrooms. They have the chairs and the desks and the teacher’s desk up in front.
Rachel McAdams plays the mean girl Regina George. She plays the part so well that you are convinced that she is really a mean person. She is so involved in her