It's just a recap of everything leading up to the season 6 finale, with some commentary from actors and showrunners. There was no behind-the-scenes footage or anything like that, which is fine. It was interesting to watch and a nice trip down memory lane.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Heavy on stereotypes, and Jodi really should've called the cops on that girl for hacking her computer, but it was vaguely entertaining even though it didn't bring anything new or original to the table. It also tries way too hard to be funny and stay on top of pop culture. Doesn't exactly do anything to stop the whole girl-vs-girl hate culture either. This movie really has no positives now that I think about it. Don't even get me started on the whole dating-your-future-stepsibling thing.
Also, is it really a teen movie if the main character does not call their parents by their first names?
This film is a masterpiece in every way except for the ending. The ending was a letdown. I was hoping so much for some kind of twist, but there was none. Arguably, though, plot twists can ruin an otherwise perfect film depending on how well they play it out, so perhaps this is a good thing.
It's just unfortunate for me because I did know of a spoiler for this series before I saw the movie (thanks a lot, Google) and I really wanted the spoiled event to happen in this movie so that I could watch the sequel in peace.