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Plot: A pretty, popular teenager can't go out on a date until her ill-tempered older sister does. Runtime: 97 mins Release Date: 31 Mar 1999
I wanted to see this movie when it first came out but never did. I didn't get a copy until a week ago and finally watched it with my girlfriend. I have to admit, I've seen it five times in the past week. A lot of teen movies have very basic or clichéd plots, but not this one. It's based on "The Taming of the Shrew" and it has a lot of interesting twists. The music is awesome, every song actually fits the moment, and the two love stories are actually interesting to watch. Even all the actors did a really great job. The only bad thing is the occasional dirty jokes. If you <more>
don't care for teen movies, don't worry, you are just like me, this movie is still worth watching. I'm giving it a 10 to bring those ratings up!
A masterpiece that leaves you with a warm fuzzy feeling! 10 out of 10 for 10 Things (by BettieTeese)
All the praise in the world goes to every individual involved in the production of 10 Things I Hate About You,a film that rarely leaves my DVD player.I'm not a fan of Shakespeare's traditional plays,but the modern day screen adaptions are brilliant,and 10 Things I Hate About You is no exception.The highschool stereotypes of the cool kids nobody messes with,the wannabe's that try too hard to be something they're not,the geeks everyone picks on and the rebels everyone is afraid of,mean there's a character in this film everyone can relate to.The stand out performances are <more>
Heath Ledger as Patrick,the rebellious,feared and elusive bad guy who wins the heart of Kat Stratford played to perfection by fine actress Julia Stiles who has no interest in the opposite sex and is perceived to come from the planet 'Loser' while her more sociable,boy crazy sister Bianca Larissa Oleynik hails from planet 'Look at Me,Look at Me'.Her good looks catch the eye of the smooth,suave and egotistical Joey Donner Andrew Keegan who is a male model,and fights for the affections of the prettiest Stratford sister with Cameron Joseph Gordon-Levitt the highschool geek,with a big heart and a big crush on Bianca.The hilarious Larry Miller stars as Walter Stratford-the kind of father who puts his girls on a short leash and desperately tries to shield them from the horrors of sex,drugs and rock and roll,and of course,boys.A typical teenage comedy,but its witty dialogue,goofy,sexy,cool and bad ass characters,and enjoyable storyline set it apart from all the rest.There's plenty of memorable moments,romance,and clever and classic lines,all leading up to a predictable but perfectly good ending that leaves you with a warm fuzzy feeling about teenage love.
i know that teenage movies are extremely worn out, but this one will stay hip for ever! i think i will re watch it a hundred times and i will never get bored! why? because it's super cool!! you have the adolescents in your normal high-school, and you have the prom and this cute all-adored babe and this very hot and hip guy is after her but of course something is in their way: her sister! and we have our normal constant fight and arguing. but....there is Heath Ledger who is the ultimate babe and the perfect guy in this movie, and seriously gets you thinking 'why didn't this happen <more>
to me when i was in high school?'.the story is extremely cute and i think i can say original, anyways more exciting than the other movies that are in this category. there are some extremely funny scenes and you will never ever get bored! a must-see!!!!! and a perfect 10 score!!!!
I have to say, I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. Granted I'm just 15 years old, and also a huge fan of Shakespeare, but it was really a great film. I would have to say it's definitely more directed towards the teenage/GenX generations, but it was awesome. The tongue-and-cheek Shakespeare references were great the "Stratford" girls, etc. Julia Stiles & Larisa Oleynik were convincing in their roles, and not to be shallow but the guys of the movie just all looked really good. I recommend this to most teenage girls, although it's not totally a "chick flick" <more>
because my brother enjoyed it too. In any case, the scene with the "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" ballad at the soccer practice is a can't-miss for all you love saps. I will tell you right now, the ending IS predictable, but not hackneyed. It leaves you with a happy bubbly feeling about teenage love. Excellent movie, that is. P.S. When watching this in the theaters-- DON'T leave as soon as the credits roll. There are some hilarious out-takes afterwards.
A movie like this doesn't exactly hit you over the head with its originality, and can only be as good as the actors. They must convince you that you've never seen anything like this before. In this case every single member of the cast is so good that they sold me on the movie from minute one. Heath Ledger & Julia Stiles make a great couple and his rendition of "Can't Take My Eyes Off of You" was one of the highlights. When Julia listed the "10 Things" she was crying and I was, too - extremely unusual for me in a movie like this. Everyone else was just as <more>
This is a really top-class comic film, with brilliant timing, and a great cast.I especially loved Joseph Gordon-Levitt with his great "off-the-cuff" delivery, especially in the first couple of scenes ; Larry Miller as the father natch! ; and also Alison Janney as the guidance counselor - I think this was the first time I noticed her.I also loved Heath Ledger's rendition of "Can't Take My Eyes Off of You"; and also around the climactic ball scene where the two romantic leads are "comparing notes" with each other. A very well-written and well-produced <more>
I'm 19 now so was only 9 when '10 Things I Hate About You' came out and I have seen this film way too many times to count. There have been countless sleep-overs, film days, random get-togethers and quite evenings alone that have all featured this film, so much so that I can now pretty much recite the entire script off by heart. Yet it is a mark of just how great this film is that, despite knowing it inside out I can still sit down and watch it and thoroughly enjoy doing so - it is and always will remain one of my favourite films.When I was younger I never questioned anything in <more>
the films I watched - it is only as I have grown up that I have learnt to be critical of films, books and music, and even now, I can't fault any of the acting in '10 Things I hate About You'. Heath Ledger gives a dazzling performance as usual which is surprising considering how reluctant Ledger was to take the part in case he became typecast but the real breath-taking performance for me was by Julia Stiles - it is only now I am older that I can appreciate just how believably she managed to pull off her character that you do not for an instance question whether she is the 'rude, aggressive, bitter older sister of the most popular girl at school who only behaves in this way as a defence mechanism'. The remainder of the cast, Jospeh Gordon-Levitt, Larisa Oleynik, David Krumholtz etc all play their parts perfectly, and with a true 90's script and killer soundtrack this film couldn't fail to be anything but a success.I guess that part of the appeal of this film for me is the fact that I grew up through my teenage years constantly watching it. If I was to be introduced to this film for the first time today, I am not sure whether I would like it anywhere near as much as I do now, but it has a certain sentimental value for me, and brings back many, many memories. And I have to say, in this genre of film, '10 Things I hate About You' will always come out on top. I guess that this film is my generations High School Musical, however, there is one key difference in my opinion - although this may be a teen chick flick it is in a class of it's own quality wise, and definitely should not be disregarded as anything less. Love it!!
Firstly let me say I'm 23 and I first saw this one it first came out in the cinemas when I was 13 - and promptly loved it, bought the soundtrack and a year or two ago bought the movie. The two couples have good chemistry and play their characters with feeling, the music was up to date, up beat and completely fitting for when it came out and still fun to listen to now. Also around that time and still today I am Shakespeare buff and am always happy to sit down and take a look and a new adaptation.I'm not going to say that the fashion has dated and some of the ideals have too because <more>
they have but honestly in comparison to the other teen films coming out right now this is well written and well acted by people who have gone on to do amazing things and who actually played characters who were both likable and relatable. As I said before I'm 23 and saw this for the first time when I was 13 and even ten years on I can still sit down and enjoy nearly everything about this movie and yes I still have the soundtrack....somewhere.
This has to be one of my favorite movies of all time, and by far the best teen movie around. It's the kind of film you can just sit, watch and be entertained without having to do too much thinking. It doesn't seem to matter how many times I watch this film, it always makes me laugh. The best bit of this film has to be when Patrick and Joey are arguing about taking cat out on a date in the corridor and Patrick does a cheesy grin. That is one of many hilarious parts in this film that will guarantee to get you smiling. This is a feel good film to watch when you're feeling sad. And <more>
even if you don't like the story it's worth watching for the brilliant soundtrack.