Staying fit not only lowers the risk of developing major diseases or disabilities, but also promotes good mental health, keeps the mind sharp and helps us maintain an active social life, the researchers found.
in need of a prom date) Cool Girl Nicole ends up kinda/sorta dating her decidedly uncool neighbor Chase (Grenier) as a last-ditch option.
It's one of those "oh, New York City is basically its own character" movies, and that's fine by me, because few things are as genuinely enjoyable as watching Hanks and Ryan fall in love with each other (secretly, accidentally) around various NYC landmarks. The movie has it all: a solid makeover (remove ponytail and glasses, now you're done), Usher, a really great sequence that simply involves Rachael Leigh Cook walking down a stairway, Paul Walker (RIP), and the best (and most random) choreographed dance sequence in all of cinematic history.7.
, the movie combines an extremely talented cast (the late Heath Ledger, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Julia Stiles) and a super-fun light spin on timeless material.
When a movie is genuinely funny and manages to pull on our heartstrings at the same time, then it definitely did something right. The most memorable elements of this movie were Adrian Grenier's adorably greasy curls and the fact that Britney Spears' song "(You Drive Me) Crazy" is featured in it. Also, the main characters' parents end up falling in love and plan to move in together, but that doesn't seem to squick them out? Will Freddie is at his adorableness peak in this movie. —’90s teen comedy movie night and you’re going to watch the top three, one after another. Here’s here things get dicey: You don’t know which ones will make it in the top spots? Which would you absolutely stay as far away from as possible? We’re ranking 12 classic ’90s teen comedies from worst to best. I hate to say it, but this movie is pretty forgettable in the grand scope of '90s teen comedies.