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Film
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  Confessions Of A Teenage Drama Queen cinematronic
  director

Sara Sugarman

cast

Lindsay Lohan, Adam Garcia, Glenne Headly, Alison Pill, Eli Marienthal, Carol Kane, Megan Fox, Sheila McCarthy, Tom McCamus

year

2004

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  When it comes to fresh-faced TV and movie role models for teen and tween girls, Lindsay Lohan deserves to be on top of the list. She's a better actor than her peers, including the mildly amusing but shallow Amanda Bynes, the smug, insufferable Hilary Duff, and the two-headed, zillion-dollar corporate entity known as the Olsen Twins. Lohan's also a decent singer, with ample personal charm. That's why "Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen," her first starring vehicle after impressive turns in Disney's remakes of "Freaky Friday" and "The Parent Trap," is frustrating. Lola, played with energy and enthusiasm by Lohan, is supposedly a smart, imaginative girl uprooted from her hip urban life in New York City, because her mom (Glenne Headly) decides to relocate the family to bland, suburban New Jersey. Trying to fit in at a new high school. Lola finds a friend in Ella (Alison Pill), a fellow fan of her fave rock band, but is rebuffed by Carla (Megan Fox), nasty leader of the senior girls' clique. Lola's problems escalate when she and Carla compete for the role of Eliza Doolittle in the school play, a pop update of "Pygmalion." The script is scattershot, with clumsy dialog and strained humor, and Lola is so attention-hungry that she's not easy to like. Better projects should await Lohan. With Adam Garcia as Lola's rock idol and Carol Kane as her teacher.  
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