Rewatched Aug 07, 2012
Grant Berridge’s review:
This film does exactly what it says on the tin. It's a formulaic high-school-angst film featuring a geek-girl who, surprisingly, is fantastically hot when she takes off her glasses.
Can't buy me love was a better film, although that was the 80s when hotness was in short supply. There's much more hotness in She's All That. My wife liked Freddy Prinze Jr. very much. I lean more towards the Rachael Leigh Cook fandom.
Also look for a very brief and weirdly silent cameo by Sarah Michelle Gellar, who later married Freddie Prinze Jr. and was already 2 seasons into Buffy - I'm really not sure what she's doing here.
Enjoyable, if only for the crazy hotness of the 25-year-old high school kids and the unbelievable angst wrought from the first-world-problem of being beautiful, wealthy, and having to choose between Yale and Harvard.