Mean Girls 2

January 23, 2011 by USA Post 

Mean Girls 2, The first “Mean Girls” is a perfect storm of pop culture goodness. Writer Tina Fey has been the transition of this woman on “Saturday Night Live” from the national icon it is today, and star Lindsay Lohan has been a wave of “It” girl status that has been washed out to sea. (2004 was a much simpler time, at several levels.)

While it may never be duplicated. But this does not prevent anyone from trying. ABC Family broadcast the long awaited sequel, “Mean Girls 2″, January 23, doubtless hoping that the success of its predecessor ticketing and cult status will result in the fact-TV arena.

It is impossible. “2″ for all its bodywork and unrealistic teenagers dressed high school students can not exceed the guilty pleasure territory. Frankly, it is difficult to appreciate why, given the expectations that accompany the title.

And the network seems to invite unfavorable comparisons, the first release after the original broadcast. A good lead-in, yes, but it raises the bar incredibly high. The intelligence, relevance and excitement of “Mean Girls” are conspicuous by their absence here.
Mean Girls 2 is a film directed by Melanie Mayron. [1] It is the sequel to 2004 a great success, Mean Girls. The film is set to be released on January 23, 2011 by ABC Family with a DVD release scheduled for Februrary 1, 2011.
The story revolves around a high school student news Jo (Meaghan Martin), who agrees to befriend an outcast, Abby (Jennifer Stone), at the request of the wealthy father of Abby, in exchange for pay the full cost of Jo for the college of her dreams. Abby Jo and team to take on the girl’s school, plastics, Mandi (Maiar Walsh), Hope (Nicole Anderson) and Chastity (Claire Holt).

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