For some unknown reason, teen movies often make changes in the nerd girl surpasses the standards of beauty when confronted. Out the glasses and the old-fashioned clothes, and enter the makeup and beautiful dresses.
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Not that it guarantees the quality of the film, but often this formula can work - at least to surprise the viewer.
See, then, 10 movies that nerd girl looks radically changes:
- 1 # 10 "The House Bunny" (2008)
- 2 # 9 "Breakfast Club" (1985)
- 3 # 8 "The Princess Diaries" (2001)
- 4 # 7 "Grease: In Times of Grease" (1978)
- 5 # 6 "The Devil Wears Prada" (2006)
- 6 # 5 "Greek Wedding" (2002)
- 7 # 4 "Miss Congeniality" (2000)
- 8 # 3 "The Clueless" (1995)
- 9 # 2 "Mean Girls" (2004)
- 10 # 1 "She's All That" (1999)
# 10 "The House Bunny" (2008)
Anna Faris plays a Playboy bunny entering a university fraternity. For the other girls are 'respected', they have to follow certain model of appearance and personality - this includes less clothing and more makeup.
# 9 "Breakfast Club" (1985)
The strange girl group does not seem attractive at first glance, but when you receive appropriate help to change the look, things change. Allison It has a complicated personality, and so many fail to see her mischievous eyes.
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# 8 "The Princess Diaries" (2001)
Anne Hathaway plays a teenager who discovers his royal descent, and must be converted from one day to another, a princess. Because of his nerdy appearance, many do not want to leave it to appear on camera. So she decides to hear the grandmother's advice and change the appearance.
# 7 "Grease: In Times of Grease" (1978)
You may not even remember most of the great transformation of Sandy (Olivia Newton John) In this film. The good girl with grandonas skirts and hair pulled back, it changes the appearance to win the boy wonder.
# 6 "The Devil Wears Prada" (2006)
Once again Anne Hathaway in a film that completely changes its appearance - this time to stay in the fashion world, which for her would be something temporary, until it can restructure career.
# 5 "Greek Wedding" (2002)
Approaching 30 years with a lot of pressure from parents, Toula (Nia Vardalos) Decides to change the appearance looking for a boyfriend. In fact, she does it to feel more confident with herself. Its transformation marked an important step in her life - she found the happiness he deserved, despite the interference of the (hilarious) family.
# 4 "Miss Congeniality" (2000)
As FBI agent Gracie Hart (Sandra Bullock) Do not want to dress like a girl achanhada. Things change when she is forced to infiltrate a beauty contest to catch malicious intending to act during the broadcast of Miss Universe. Then, it changes the appearance - but his personality, strong, does not fade one bit.
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# 3 "The Clueless" (1995)
When Cher (Alicia Silverstone) Knows Tai (Brittany Murphy), Realizes what really needs to change. So it's just a 'grunge' carefree girl to a popular girl like colleague. Of course, not everything is solved so easily: new clothes do not mean necessarily a radical change of life.
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# 2 "Mean Girls" (2004)
A classic 'makeovers': Cady (Lindsay Lohan) Is an outstanding student in mathematics, but dresses badly. The popular girls work on their appearance, and this makes their attitudes are deplorable. Moral of the story: do not be put off by popularity or by appearance.
# 1 "She's All That" (1999)
Most of the changes of a nerd for a beauty happens in "She's All That." The girl's artistic talent, popular at all and have difficulty socializing becomes a teenager dressed, who has been dating the protagonist. The bad? Zach (Freddie Prinze Jr..) Only wants to date Laney (Rachael Leigh Cook) After seeing her new look. The good? The attitude of the girl, reluctant to give from the beginning because of their own interests.
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