Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen Synopsis
A teen (Lindsay Lohan) tries to dethrone
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The Hollywood Reporter

By Sheri Linden
Girls ages 6-14 will get a charge from the fashion show, animation effects and, to a lesser degree, the cartoonish antics. But like most...
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TV Guide

By Angel Cohn
A pretty little package whose perfect, fairy-tale ending is just a little too neat, the film's colorful wrapping includes veteran actress...
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New York Daily News

By Jami Bernard
A safely sanitized comedy with an important message about loyalty and individuality, plays to Lohan's strengths and gives the target...
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USA Today

By Claudia Puig
This junior chick flick merely reinforces superficial clichés one associates with female teens: petty fights, intense highs and lows,...
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Entertainment Weekly

By Lisa Schwarzbaum
With no Jamie Lee Curtis as a volleying partner, though, Lohan's chipper energy is, like, so totally out of proportion given the colorless...
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The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

By Rick Groen
I confess to a deep uncertainty about whether this can be rightly called a movie. A bunch of scenes, maybe... I confess to a cynical belief...
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San Francisco Chronicle

By Ruthe Stein
The movie [Sugarman] made gives little indication that she understands teen girls, dramatic or plain. Much of Confessions seems clueless...
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New York Post

By Lou Lumenick
Shlocky, sloppy and crass adolescent comedy.
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Chicago Tribune

By Robert K. Elder
It breaks director Billy Wilder's most important movie commandment: Thou Shall Not Bore. It's just not funny.
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Boston Globe

By Wesley Morris
Every ounce of the film feels artificially upbeat.
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Rated PG | For mild thematic elements and brief language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 11+ Enjoyable movie about the trials of being a teen.
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