Josie (Barrymore) is a young woman who recently graduated from college and works as a copy editor at the Chicago Sun Times. She gets an assignment to go undercover as a high school student, and goes back to school only to be ridiculed for not being cool enough. She's also in love with her teacher, and is longing for the thing she has been missing, her first kiss.
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The review of this Movie prepared by Keri Apodaca
Josie Geller (Barrymore) is a newspaper reporter whose career isn't going where she wants it to go, until she gets an undercover assignment as a high school student to learn about today's teens. Unfortunately, she was horribly unpopular as a teenager, and being an adult in high school hasn't changed anything. She fits in better with the nerds of the school than with the popular kids, but her boss decides that the popular kids are where the story is. While Josie is busy experiencing extreme humiliation as a student, she's also becoming attracted to her English teacher. This wouldn't be so bad if he knew her for who she was, but he thinks she's an intelligent high school student. Time is running out, because Josie's going to lose her job if she doesn't get a story.
The review of this Movie prepared by Melissa Cookson
Drew Barrymore plays Josie Gellar, the journalist sent back to high school as part of an undercover story. She gets to live her high school years over again, but does she really want to, having spent her teens as the geeky kid everyone picked on?
The review of this Movie prepared by Megan Westley
A romantic comedy with true to life situations. Drew Barrymore is faced with overcoming one's past and the path to self discovery, and the redemption of those hurt in the process.
The review of this Movie prepared by Katheryn