Meet Georgia Nicolson...Bridgit Jones at 14, but with way more attitude!
Georgia struggles through life seeking out her two main desires:
1) To get a gorgeous sex-god as her boyfriend
2) To throw the greatest 15th birthday party ever
When handsome brothers Tom and Robbie arrive at school, Georgia thinks her boyfriend dreams are answered. But Georgia soon finds she has some competition on her hands with her arch rival, Slaggy Lindsay.
So, Georgia begins to devise a plan, which partly involves snogging lessons, to score the boy of her dreams.
I really enjoyed this movie. It is definately a movie based around teenagers however I feel any adult that likes a laugh will enjoy it, as it will no doubt bring back memories from them growing up. It was rather slow to begin with but it soon picked up, and the movie had a barrel of laughs which also kept the movie going.
It was the first time I have seen Alan Davies in a long time, the last he starred in the tv series Jonathon Creek a muder mystery series. In this film he plays a very different character, the father of Georgia. This film is very light hearted, and interesting as it is very British. There are many words used in this film that I never knew existed. One example is "minging" or "minger". Also used is the word 'fit'. If you are unaware of the context of it, over here we'd use the word sexy or gorgeous instead.
All in all a great laugh and I intend to watch it again.
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