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Rated PG-13 · 92 min. · 2010

Comedy, Romance
In this comedy based on The Scarlet Letter, straitlaced Olive (Emma Stone) acquires her “filthy skank” reputation by accident: She invents an imaginary boyfriend and fake-confesses to her best friend that she lost her virginity to him. It’s overheard by the school’s Jesus-freak-in-chief, and soon rumors of Olive’s loose ways spread like a text-message virus and she’s approached by all manner of nerds, fat boys, and outcasts who want help acquiring a studly reputation. Suddenly awash in gifts and condemnation, virginal Olive decides to embrace her inner Hester Prynne. In real life, high school girls kill themselves over such scorn; in Easy A, Olive cuts up her conservative wardrobe and starts wearing sexy improvised bustiers (each adorned with a huge red letter “A”), strutting down school hallways and turning heads. These rather outlandish plot points are made tolerable by witty writing and a winning performance by Stone, whose sultry voice and oversized eyes make her an eminently appealing heroine.
Official Site: www.letsnotandsaywedid.com
Director: Will Gluck
Writer: Bert V. Royal
Producer: Zanne Devine and Will Gluck
Cast: Emma Stone, Stanley Tucci, Cam Gigandet, Amanda Bynes, Malcolm McDowell, Lisa Kudrow, Penn Badgley, Patricia Clarkson, Thomas Haden Church and Alyson Michalka

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