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Added on: 27/10/2003 17:13
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Legally Blonde 2: Red, White And Blonde (UK)

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This summer. . . justice is blonde
Certificate: PG
Running Time: 91 mins
Retail Price: £19.99
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Elle Woods returns and this time she`s heading for Capitol Hill to fight for what she believes. Elle has trouble to get anyone to listen to her proposals until she becomes friends with a hotel bellman who knows plenty about political comings and goings...

Special Features:
Five featurettes: Blonde Ambition: Production, Pretty in Pink: Design and Art, Stars and Stripes? Never!: Costumes, Hair Apparent: Hair and Make-Up, Elle`s Anthem: Music and Score
Audio commentary with Jennifer Coolidge, Alanna Ubach and Jessica Cauffiel
Deleted scenes
Easter eggs
Gag reel
`We Can` by LeAnn Rimes: music video followed by soundtrack spot
Welcome to Delta Nu: interactive quiz
Feature length trivia track
Photo gallery
Theatrical trailer
SIMS 2 preview.

Directed By:
Charles Herman-Wurmfeld

Written By:

Bruce McGill
Jennifer Coolidge
Regina King
Sally Field
Reese Witherspoon

Casting By:
Joseph Middleton

Soundtrack By:
Rolfe Kent

Director of Photography:
Elliot Davis

Peter Teschner

Costume Designer:
Sophie Carbonell

Production Designer:
Missy Stewart

Stephen Traxler
Jennifer Simpson
Marc E. Platt
David Nicksay

Executive Producer:
Reese Witherspoon

Metro Goldwyn Mayer

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7 / 10
OK, so after kinda loving the first movie in this (soon to be) trilogy, I was expecting a funny sequel.
Well, Witherspoon is indeed still blonde, but the script - oh, it must`ve been written by a blond(e), too. :)
The video is very good. There are no compression signs to be seen and the colors are beautifully saturated.
The DD 5.1 soundtrack is good. The surrounds are used occasionally, but the soundtrack isn`t that explosive. Well, I guess that could`ve been expected.
The menus are animated with sound.
The disc packs lots of extras: a commentary by the crew, an information track, a behind the scenes featurette, 7 deleted scenes, some outtakes, a music video (not half as good as the music video from the prequel), an interactive game and a picture gallery.
Bottom line - alas, the second installment in the blonde trilogy is not that funny a movie. Oh well, blondes still rule! :)
posted by Zvi Josef on 16/8/2004 13:52