Skip navigation! You know how it goes: Boy meets girl, girl wears glasses, boy inspires girl to take off glasses, and true love conquers all. Or something along those lines. Some are well-intentioned, others are satirical, and a few are downright upsetting. But despite the controversy surrounding this theme, these types of films have spanned decades, and continue to root themselves in our pop culture landscape. Click ahead for more savory tales.
The thing you never fail to pick up on as your protagonist turns from "ugly duckling" to cool bean, is this: those frizzy haired chicklets are actually movie stars pretending to be social pariahs. Did you buy into it? Prbs not. But in the end you let it slide, because these movies are so damn good, cheesy makeover scenes included.
This petite welder Jennifer Beals had some big dance dreams—and an impressive collection of dancewear that launched a nation of women trotting around in leg warmers and off-the-shoulder tops. Never have a brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess, and a bad boy so looked the part—despite the fact that this John Hughes classic broke down those high school stereotypes. In one of his earliest roles, Tom Cruise plays a mischief-making high school senior with a killer grin and preppy taste. In this dark high-school comedy, Veronica Winona Ryder is caught in a murderous plot that has her peers dropping like flies. When one Queen Bee falters, the transfer of power to the next is signified with a red scrunchie, that inexplicable power accessory of the decade.
Family series, 3 ep — Year : — Year in film : s? Mainly or only young girls in shortalls including this one in pink shortalls in s7e Pics again from an online stream as the DVD is in the player. Barefooted Huck sitting and lying on the dirty ground. Still rather few scenes and very few and brief rear views.