This is the story of one woman trying to make a name for herself in D.C. while also trying to save animals. In this movie, Elle Woods, a Harvard Law grad and mega girly girl goes to work in Washington D.C. to help change animal testing laws after she finds out that her dog's mother is in a cosmetics testing facility. Elle is also in the middle of planning her completely over the top wedding to her law school boyfriend. She runs into serious trouble along the way, including getting betrayed by her boss. Her co-workers see her as just some air-head with no real brains and dismiss her but Elle finds friends along the way. She befriends the door man of her hotel who helps her figure out the lay of the land. She also makes friends with a few senators along the way (at the salon, at the dog park...). Her old friends from her sorority also come along to help Elle out in Washington. She finally completes the "Bruiser Bill", named after her dog and puts it in the hopper of Congress. It at first seems like her bill will not pass but with the help of her new friends Elle manages to pull through. Elle hosts a Million Dog March on Washington to gain extra support for the bill. The bill finally passes and Bruiser is reunited with his mother. They all live happily ever after and Elle and her fiance have their ultra-glam wedding.
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Best part of story, including ending:
The whole movie was rather ridiculous and just trying to ride the coattails of the previous movie.
Best scene in story:
My favorite scene was when Elle tries to get her co-workers to do a team building exercise using one of her overly girly sorority tricks but it backfires.
Opinion about the main character:
What I disliked most about Elle was her over the top glam fashion choices.
While making up a guest list for her upcoming wedding to Emmett, lawyer Elle Woods discovers that one guest can't be found - her dog's mother. As it turns out, the animal is a victim of a company that tests makeup on animals. Outraged, Elle begins to work with Congressional Representative Victoria Rudd to pass a bill against animal cruelty. At first Victoria seems to go along with it, but then suddenly drops her support, and Elle has to fight for the bill on her own in Congress.
This is a harmless, silly movie, recommended to those who love Legally Blonde and can't get enough of Elle Woods.
The review of this Movie prepared by Esther