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Olive (Emma Stone) is just an average, hard-working school girl. Her life is a normal one for a girl her age. That is, up until one tiny, little white lie turns her world upside down. She goes from the girl who no one gives a second look to, and turns into the girl that everyone knows as the easiest girl in school.
Helping out a gay friend by making him appear straight is only the start in this journey for Olive as she decides to help out more people for her own personal social and financial gain.
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Easy A is a teen comedy that is just as good as those 80's teen comedies. Oh, and Clueless. Actually, it might be better because those movies didn't have a cast that includes Patricia Clarkson, Stanley Tucci, Malcolm McDowell, and Lisa Kudrow. Easy A is clever, funny, and gay-friendly. Emma Stone is great as Olive, as is Amanda Bynes as a "Jesus Freak". And Penn Badgley continues to melt hearts as Olive's love interest. Easy A is one of those rare teen comedies that gets an A!
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