History Film / Clueless

6th Apr '16 11:15:15 AM girlzpictionary299
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A Hi-Def version of the film was released on Blu-ray Disc on May 1, 2012 (a few days before the Hi-Def version of The Princess Diaries whose release date is May 15, 2012).
5th Mar '16 9:01:16 AM haloinsider
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** Diet Coke cans are seen multiple times during the film.
6th Dec '15 1:30:55 PM roldarryl
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* AmazinglyEmbarassingParents: Amber's mom.

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* AmazinglyEmbarassingParents: AmazinglyEmbarrassingParents: Amber's mom.
6th Dec '15 1:25:45 PM roldarryl
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* AmazinglyEmbarassingParents: Amber's mom.



* DaddysGirl: Cher, just like in the movie and Amber.

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* DaddysGirl: Cher, just Cher (just like in the movie movie) and Amber.


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** Dionne's house in the movie is shown as Amber's house in the TV series.
6th Dec '15 1:20:03 PM roldarryl
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* DaddysGirl: Cher, just like in the movie and Amber.


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* DotingParent: Amber's dad spoils her rotten, so rotten that he is willing to move his entire family to Cher's house when her family is broke and later move back to his family's old house when Cher regains her wealth, all because of Amber. His wife despises him for being one.
6th Nov '15 8:09:47 AM beack7
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Set in [[ItCameFromBeverlyHills Beverly Hills]] and focusing on spoiled, shallow, but essentially good hearted teenager Cher Horowitz. It was actually an unofficial updating of Creator/JaneAusten's ''Literature/{{Emma}}'', adding funny, but affectionate, jabs at early '90s teen culture, high school, and valley girls (so, basically, doing exactly what ''Emma'' did, only in the 1990s instead of the 1810s). Introduced a fresh wave of California slang across the world.

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Set in [[ItCameFromBeverlyHills Beverly Hills]] and focusing on spoiled, shallow, but essentially good hearted teenager Cher Horowitz. It was actually an unofficial updating of Creator/JaneAusten's ''Literature/{{Emma}}'', adding funny, but affectionate, jabs at early '90s teen culture, high school, and valley girls (so, basically, (so doing exactly what ''Emma'' did, only in the 1990s instead of the 1810s). Introduced a fresh wave of California slang across the world.



* IdleRich: Pretty much every single student of the Bronson Alcott High. Too many of them seem to have some serious RichInDollarsPoorInSense tendecies as wall.

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* IdleRich: Pretty much every Every single student of the Bronson Alcott High. Too many of them seem to have some serious RichInDollarsPoorInSense tendecies as wall.



* OvercomplicatedMenuOrder: In the [[RecycledTheSeries TV show version]], Cher and Dee have a favorite restaurant to go to for lunch period, which has "the best" Chinese Chicken Salad - which they order without the chicken or dressing. They basically pay $12 for a bowl of lettuce.

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* OvercomplicatedMenuOrder: In the [[RecycledTheSeries TV show version]], Cher and Dee have a favorite restaurant to go to for lunch period, which has "the best" Chinese Chicken Salad - which they order without the chicken or dressing. They basically pay $12 for a bowl of lettuce.
5th Nov '15 7:06:02 AM DoctorNemesis
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* ParentalAbandonment: Subverted with Josh, however; despite being divorced from his mother and having no blood relation, Mel makes a point of being a devoted father to him.

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* ParentalAbandonment: Subverted with Josh, however; Josh; despite being divorced from his mother and having no blood relation, Mel makes a point of being a devoted father to him.
11th Sep '15 11:52:06 AM DragonQuestZ
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* ValleyGirl: Several main characters are Valley Girls. This film cemented the trope in popular culture.

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* ValleyGirl: Several main characters are Valley Girls. This film cemented the trope in popular culture.
9th Sep '15 2:21:35 PM lipranzer
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* ActuallyPrettyFunny: Even though Heather's his girlfriend (at the time) and he's been engaged in SnarkToSnarkCombat with Cher up to this point in the movie, Josh laughs at Cher's line about how she remembers who said "To thine own self be true". (see ShoutOutToShakespeare below)



* AllPeriodsArePMS:
-->'''Cher:''' (''narrating'') I was surfing the crimson wave. I had to haul ass to the ladies'.



* ShoutOutToShakespeare: When Josh and Heather (his then-girlfriend) are giving Cher a ride home and having a discussion:
-->'''Heather:''' It's like Theatre/{{Hamlet}} said; "To thine own self be true."
-->'''Cher:''' Uh, Hamlet didn't say that.
-->'''Heather:''' I think I remember Hamlet accurately.
-->'''Cher:''' Well, I remember Creator/MelGibson accurately, and he didn't say that. That Polonius guy did.



* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: This movie ''screams'' mid-nineties. Fortunately, thanks to good writing and genuinely funny humor, the movie is still worth watching even today.
9th Sep '15 2:02:47 PM lipranzer
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** Also:
-->'''Cher:''' (''explaining to Tai why she's still a virgin) You see how picky I am about shoes, and they only go on my feet.


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* InsistentTerminology:
-->'''Tai:''' Cher, you're a virgin?
-->'''Cher:''' You say that like it's a bad thing.
-->'''Dionne:''' Besides, the PC term is "hymenally challenged".
-->'''Cher:''' It's not like I'm a prude or anything. I'm just...highly selective.
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