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She's the Man

Amanda Bynes, Lynda Boyd, Alex Breckenridge, Amanda Crew, David Cross

Directed by Andy Fickman
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March 21, 2006

There I sit, experiencing perky overload as I watch Amanda Bynes play a teen princess who has to cross-dress as a boy to get on her school soccer team. There I sit, enumerating ten things I hate about filmmakers who think they can pass off teen piffle as a clever 2006 spin on the Bard's Twelfth Night. There I sit, suffering total numbness of body and brain, no longer having to wonder what it might be like to be buried alive in gooey marshmallow.

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