Easy A - Review

If Lindsay Lohan never makes it back to leading-lady status, then we can all comfort ourselves with the knowledge that we have Emma Stone. In Easy A, a remorselessly cheeky sociological teen-raunch comedy that attempts to do for The Scarlet Letter what Clueless did for Emma, Stone has a speed and sparkle that may remind you of Lohan in her Mean Girls prime. She plays Olive, who tells a tall tale about her sexual exploits only to learn that on the digital gossip grapevine of the texting era she's instantly been branded the school trollop. When all attempts to deny it prove futile, she fights back by playing up the image, dressing in bad-girl corsets accessorized with a scarlet A. But her acting-out routine has a secret saintly side. She's really helping assorted guys - like her closeted best friend, or a pudgy dork - by pretending to sleep with them so they can add a little I-shagged-the-school-slut luster to their public images.

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