The brilliance of "She's The Man" lies in its subtle re-telling of "Twelfth Night." I was 15 years old when the movie first came out, and unaware of pretty much anything written by Shakespeare that wasn't "Romeo and Juliet," "Hamlet," or "MacBeth."
Shakespearean roots aside, "She's The Man" is a darn fun movie. Roger Ebert gave it three stars back in 2006, and said Bynes "is convincing, and her poise, under the circumstances, is extraordinary." The excellent mid '00s soundtrack includes the All American Rejects, OK Go, and The Veronicas. Plus there are no fewer than four jokes about flirting with the opening line: "Do you like cheese?"
Wing is later invited to stay at Sam and Rose's home for her musical education. Wing tries unsuccessfully to reconcile the two lovers' difference. Trouble and comedy ensue as she finds herself falling for Sam and vice versa, despite him thinking she is a man.
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