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Not Another Teen Movie  (2001)
Director: Rawson Marshall Thurber
Columbia Pictures // 7 December 2001 (U.S.)

Writing Credits     
Mike Bender, Adam Jay Epstein, Andrew Jacobson,
Phil Beuman, Buddy Johnson (screenplay)

Executive Producer
Brad Luff
Michael I. Rachmil

Neal H. Moritz
Phil Beuman
Mike Bender, Buddy Johnson

Starring Chyler Leigh, Chris Evans, Jaime Pressly, Eric Christian Olsen, Mia Kirshner, Deon Richmond, Ron Lester

Cinematography by Reynaldo Villalobos
Film Editing by Steve Welch
Casting By Joseph Middleton
Production Design Joseph T. Garrity
Art Direction by Jay Pelissier
Set Decoration Melissa M. Levander
Costume Design by Florence-Isabelle Megginson

 Music Composed by Theodore Shapiro
Conducted by Pete Anthony
Orchestrated by Pete Anthony, Jon Kull
Music Recorded by Michael Farrow, Fredrik Sarhagen
Music Editor Sherry Whitfield, Brian Friedman
Music Librarian Mark Graham
Music Supervisor Pilar McCurry


At John Hughes High School, the students are the same as just about every other teenager in a teen movie. The popular jock, Jake, takes a bet from Austin, the cocky blonde guy, that he can transform Janey, the pretty ugly girl, into the prom queen before the prom. But two people are trying to stop Jake from succeeding: his evil sister, Catherine, the cruelest girl in school, and Priscilla, the bitchy cheerleader. And all of their friends are the same as any other teen movie: Areola, the naked foreign exchange student, Les, the beautiful weirdo, Malik, the token black guy, the desperate virgins, Amanda Becker, the perfect girl, Ricky, Janey's obsessed best friend, and Sadie, the VERY old undercover reporter.




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