TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX HOME ENT
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Product Description Ashley Tisdale (High School Musical) stars in this hilarious teen comedy as Mandy, an unpopular high school senior who lands a date to the biggest party of the year with Drew, the school's hottest guy. But while her dreams are finally coming into focus, with the help of her friends, she'll have to battle her overprotective dad and Drew's ex-girlfriend, who's determined to keep Mandy away from the bash. In one crazy, adventure-filled day, Mandy strives to get to the party and discovers that popularity can come and go, but good friends will always be in the picture! Amazon.com Technology is the way of the future and every high school student needs a video phone, at least according to Mandy (Ashley Tisdale) and her friends Alexa (Lauren Collins) and Cayenne (Shenae Grimes). When Mandy's overprotective Dad (Kevin Pollak) finally gives her a video phone and a pair of contacts for her 18th birthday, Mandy feels like her image, and her entire world, is about to change for the better--especially when her long-lived crush Drew Patterson (Robbie Amell) actually notices her. What Mandy doesn't count on is that her father will use her new phone to track her every move and that Drew's attention will inspire Lisa (Cindy Busby), the hottest, most popular girl in school, to begin plotting against Mandy with a vengeance. A full 90 minutes of serious attitude, technological obsession, deception, and just plain meanness, this film appeals primarily to the preteen and teen audience and manages to convey the message that goodness and trust will prevail despite enormous odds. Parents will most likely find the film distasteful, though they could potentially learn something about letting go, and it should be noted that there are a fair number of sexual references like "hump and dump," virgins being "deflowered," and "do her and dump her." Look for Ashley Tisdale's "Shadow of the Night" performance as well as 2 bonus making of segments, cell phone confessions, text commentary, and a trivia quiz. (Ages 11 and older) --Tami Horiuchi