High School is the perfect setting for any genre. Whether it's Sunnydale High home if the great brewing evil or Rydale stalling ground of the T-birds, high school is bubbling with love, laughter and, in mean girls case, rage.
Mean Girls may be one of the most inventive espionage movies I've ever seen. While it is a chick flick, it's infiltration twist makes it an irresistible watch. Tina Fey's screenplay relishes all the high school stereotypes, placing into a Shakespearean tale of identity, love and revenge.
The characters are ridiculous, the quotes are unforgettable and Mean Girls surpasses the title of 'chick flick', so regularly rejected by men, and defines itself as what it really is. A fetch movie.