Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen
Comedy • PG • 2004 • 1 hr 30 min
Hilary duff really did it in this movie
One of my childhood favs. Still rewatch it every now and then.
Lindsey Lohan at her most fun. A pure 2000s treat.
Cute teen movie. Not terribly memorable but it wasn’t horrible.
A guilty pleasure one for me, someone with awful taste in movies 🤣.
Hilarious movie with some decently real life issues addressed. Really enjoyed it.
I loved this one as a kid but the main character is still only somewhat likeable.
Average, some fun parts but mostly just silly
It was fun if you like this kind of movies
I hated this at first bc Lindsay's character sucks but it grew on me. Ella is the best! Be prepared for some "creative" art direction
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