Legally Blonde/Legally Blonde 2/Legally Blondes (Import DVD)
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Comedy triple. In 'Legally Blonde' (2001), Beverly Hills sorority queen Elle (Reese Witherspoon) is shocked when her boyfriend Warner (Matthew Davis) takes her out for a meal and then dumps her, saying that because he is about to attend Harvard Law School, he should now start dating a more serious-minded woman. Elle refuses to take this lying down and follows Warner to Harvard, enrolling herself in the law school and taking on the bookworms in an all-out contest of designer-wardrobed Malibu frivolity versus mean-spirited Ivy League ambition.
When Elle and Warner then begin working as interns in a prestigious law firm, the California girl gets a chance to prove her worth by defending a fitness instructor who has been accused of murder. Elle Woods (Witherspoon) returns in all her pink and fluffy glory in the sequel, 'Legally Blonde 2' (2003). She has now become a rising star in a law firm and is planning her wedding to Emmett (Luke Wilson).
But when she discovers that her firm represents a company that tests cosmetics on animals (and some of these are relatives of her Chihuahua, Bruiser), she expresses her views and is promptly fired. Elle, now on a crusade, decides to take her views to Washington DC with all cannons firing. However, the political arena is not easy to break into - especially if you don't wear grey - but with the help of a worldy bellhop (Bob Newhart), Elle manages to convince Congresswoman Rudd (Sally Field) to take her on as an aide and get her views heard.
'Legally Blondes', a follow-up the previous two films without Reese Witherspoon in the cast, stars Camilla Rosso, Rebecca Rosso and Brittany Curran. When Elle Woods' young, blonde cousins Annie (Camilla Rosso) and Izzy (Becky Rosso) move from England to California, they find themselves in a totally different world than the one they are used to. When faced with being framed for a crime they didn't commit, Izzy and Annie prove once again that blondes must never be underestimated.
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