The House Bunny
Romance • PG-13 • 2008 • 1 hr 37 min
Generic and mindless, but I enjoyed it. Perfect when you want something lighthearted and simple!
The romance part of this was completely unnecessary and kind of brought it down. Should have stayed focused on the girls and self growth.
If you want to watch a stupid movie with Anna Faris, this is the move! A lot of one liners and laughs.
I feel like a lot of people wouldn't watch this simply due to how the cover looks. But its super fun and feel-good. I always go back to it.
Such a funny movie. I love Anna Ferris in this. Had me laughing from start to finish.
As corny as the movie can be It’s iconic in my eyes.
High camp. Self aware, ridiculous, perfectly executed. Perfect sleepover movie.
It is such a random and funny easy movie to watch.
So typical but so so good. A hundred chefs kisses
Some mixed messages but ultimately works only because I love the cast so much. Faris, Stone & Dennings unearth laughs where none should be.
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