They want to help out poor Tai because she doesn't have a clue.
After they have completed their makeover of her face and wardrobe and given away all their boy-catching tricks, Tai becomes popular and not very nice.
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As I have repeatedly emphasized on Teatime with Erica, a relationship is not all roses and romance.
It may be easier for her to dream of romantic heroes who will make her swoon, than to navigate the difficulties inherent in a real relationship.
Jane Austen’s classic heroine is entirely comfortable with her life, surrounded by her father, and her governess, and does not feel the urge to marry.
As she tells her friend, “I have none of the usual inducements of women to marry.
In most movies like this, he would therefore be a blundering, insensitive oaf with a microscopic IQ. He knows everything that's going on, cares for his daughter, is protective of her, and tells a kid taking her out on a date: "If anything happens to her, I got a .45 and a shovel.Not every girl is a Juliet, madly in love and barely fourteen.Your cousin sounds like a late developer(a number of my favorite heroines were the same: Polly Shaw of An Old Fashioned Girl, as well as Margaret Hale of North and South). Like Emma, Cher, Margaret, and Polly, your cousin will eventually be ready, and then she will find her own Mr. And in the way the girls handle this development, they reveal some quiet insights.The movie is aimed at teenagers, but like all good comedies, it will appeal to anyone who has a sense of humor and an ear for the ironic.