- Actores: Alicia Silverstone, Jeremy Sisto, Dan Hedaya, Breckin Meyer, Paul Rudd
- Directores: Amy Heckerling
- Formato: Color, DVD, PAL, Pantalla ancha
- Audio: Italiano (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), Inglés (Dolby Digital 5.1), Francés (Dolby Digital 5.1), Castellano (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), Español (Desconocido)
- Subtítulos: Castellano, Inglés, Francés, Croata, Esloveno, Griego, Hebreo
- Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
- Relación de aspecto: 1.85:1
- Número de discos: 1
- Calificación española (ICAA): Apta para todos los públicos
- Estudio: Paramount Spain, S.L.
- Fecha de lanzamiento: 18 ene 2006
- Duración: 93 minutos
- Valoración media de los clientes: 4.8 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ver todas las opiniones (4 opiniones de clientes)
- ASIN: B0053C8STA
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº11.395 en Cine y Series TV (Ver el Top 100 en Cine y Series TV)
Clueless (Edición especial) [DVD]
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Tan inteligente, brillante y encantadora como siempre. "Clueless (Fuera de Onda) se presenta ahora en una descarada y extraordinaria "Edición Super-Pija para coleccionistas". Alicia Silverstone deslumbra como Cher, una estudinate un tanto casamentera de 15 años de Beverly Hills, que solo tiene en su cabeza ir de compras y chicos...bueno, sobretodo las compras. También están Brittany Murphy como una estudiante de intercambio poco atractiva, Jeremy Sisto en el rol de su potencial novio y Paul Rudd como el desconcertante hermanastro de Cher. "Clueless (Fuera de Onda)" regresa dispuesta a conquistar las nuevas generaciones.
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This is a peek into world of girl teens and their peers. Of course it is fantastical and idealistic, but it was totally entertaining. Clueless was a movie I would not have picked on my own, but, happily, my granddaughter's insistance allowed me to enjoy something I would otherwise have missed. I loved it!
No matter your sense of humor, you will chuckle at many, if not all the one liners this movie brings to light. With Silverstone’s ability to deliver totally vapid lines such as pronouncing Haitians and Hate-ians for an entire monologue, describing her lack of a sex life as being “hymenally challenged”, or how she can’t take a hint that her crush, Christian, in fact is gay, will make you crack up, or at least make you think twice about what they just said. The overall meaning of the movie is a bit dense, but that’s the beauty of the whole thing, because something so ‘airheady’ and common, was one of the most viewed movies 1990’s and has lines that are definitely as quotable as an Adam Sandler or Will Ferrell film, I know some say might disagree, but to them I’d say, “ugh, as if”.
This relatively simple plot about a high schooler finding love and figuring out life would normally remind you of one of those awful Netflix originals, but Amy Heckerling, writer and producer, makes the movie into something more than just that. If you’re having a hard time picturing Heckerling’s directing style, some of her other films are, Fast times at Ridgemont High and National Lampoon’s Vacation. If you’ve seen either of them, they are also hilarious, and filled with idiotic, and sometimes crude humor.
The script for this film, loosely adapted from Jane Austen’s, Emma, is brilliant, Amy Heckerling was able engage sarcasm, and the capture of innocence and ignorance of teenage humor without making it gaudy and immature. Heckerling also did a great job of poking fun at some of the beauty and ‘popularity’ standards of that time such as; all of the girls in the background having nose bandages, or the joking about how something is so bad the mall and daddy’s credit card can’t even fix it.
Between the crazy, and all over the place scene of Dionne accidentally getting on the freeway, or the super zoomed in, way to long kissing scene between Cher and her love interest. The Cinematography is, well, definitely could use some work. At times, the camera moves a little quick, and the way the characters are posed at the beginning of scenes is often counterproductive to the scene’s purpose. These two together combined with the idiotic humor could lead to a catastrophic headache for some viewers. Despite this aspect of the film, in some ways, it adds to the overall dramatic feel the movie has as a whole.
For a movie about one teenager’s “problems” Clueless, the cast, writer and director did an outstanding job of bringing different personalities together and giving the audience an airheads’ view on life and her inability to grasp the concept of driving was genius, and a must see.
The atmosphere is always kept bright and the mood is always light, even in its "dark" moments which really dont exist.
Paul Rudd is excellent as the romantic lead, though his comedic talents are not utilized much in this film.
Alicia Silverstone is the perfect ditz for this role, combining an innocent sexuality with an adorable "dumb blonde" persona. Her supporting cast is great too, each being an original personality.
Forget this movie if you want depth and substance, but if you want a few chuckles and a light, fun bit of fluff, buy this, its one of the better ones and you wont be disappointed. There is a reason this has become a sort of cult classic and I think you will come away thinking this film has more heart than you originally thought.