John Tucker Must Die / My Super Ex Girlfriend / Just My Luck - (Import DVD)
Discovery Miles 1 980
Shipped in 10 to 12 working days
Free Exchanges & Returns for 30 days. Learn more
Triple bill of teen comedies. In 'John Tucker Must Die' (2006), John Tucker (Jesse Metcalfe) is the big man on campus at his high school; he's the captain and star player of the basketball team, he's got money, he's good-looking and charming, and he can have any girl he wants. However, the latter attribute is about to get him in serious trouble when three different girls at his school - Heather (Ashanti), Beth (Sophia Bush) and Carrie (Arielle Kebbel) - discover they've all been dating John at the same time. Determined to bring down the campus ladykiller, the girls devise a plan - they pick a cute but socially clumsy girl who is new at school, Kate (Brittany Snow), and give her a crash course in stealing John's heart. Once Kate has John wrapped around her little finger, she's supposed to drop him like a bad habit and give him a taste of what heartbreak is really like. However, it seems that the early stages of the plan work a little too well, and John and Kate end up falling for each other for real. In 'My Super Ex-Girlfriend' (2006), when Matt Saunders (Luke Wilson) meets Jenny Johnson (Uma Thurman), he thinks he's found the perfect girl. However, he decides to break things off with her when she becomes too needy, controlling, and jealous. Jenny doesn't take it well and decides to get back at him by using her superpowers, as it turns out Jenny is a superhero named G-Girl. Meanwhile, Matt and his co-worker, Hannah (Anna Faris) start to have a romance with each other which sends Jenny over the edge. Finally, in 'Just My Luck' (2006), Ashley (Lindsay Lohan) has always been the sort of girl fortune smiles upon - she's pretty, she has a great job, she has good friends, guys fall over themselves to ask her out, and she never has trouble getting a cab. Jake (Chris Pine), on the other hand, is not nearly so lucky - he's clumsy and accident prone, things never seem to go his way, and he's just lost his job at a bowling alley. However, these two opposites meet one night at a ritzy masquerade ball, and Ashley and Jake exchange an impulsive kiss as two shooting stars cross in the sky. Suddenly, they both find their luck taking a one hundred and eighty degree turn.
No reviews yet.