There are a lot of films that I've seen that have just...amazing acting, amazing writing, and well thought out scenes. I'm a big fan of Julia Stiles, along with Heath Ledger, and their chemistry is great in this film. Joseph Gordan Levitt did a fine job as well. I originally saw this film back in 2006, and then again a few years later. The scene towards the end where Julia Stiles professes her feelings and does so in such an emotional way certainly calls me back to it over time. Similar movies like Legally Blonde, My Cousin Vinny, and even The Prince and Me, have distinct scenes that are iconic. This movie just hits right at the heart - who doesn't remember a time where something happened and genuinely, as much as you'd like to hate someone, you can't. The troupes are a bit worn out, but considering it came out in 1999, the final message is accurate; be who you are, high school is weird enough.
9 people found this review helpful
This is one of the best movies that I've seen in my entire life. The first time I watched 10 Things I Hate About You was about a year ago and after watching it the first time, I just couldn't stop watchig it!! I also love Heath Ledger in this movie and just the acting over all was outstanding. The only bad part of the movie is when Cameron is in Ms. Perky's office and she's writing that wierd book.