A major-league prattler, Elle governs by sacred "snap cup" and compulsively dispenses unsolicited grooming tips to the scurviest of pols even as her outfits, if not her politics, give new meaning to the term "parlor pink." Sorority sisterhood is powerful. Elle leads a Million Dog March and addresses a joint session of Congress, warning the assorted baldies and wigs that unless her bill is passed, "This country is in for a really bad haircut." There's some sort of political fantasy here waiting to be parsed by Maureen Dowd. In practical terms, however, the latest Legally Blonde seems less a spoof on Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton than the game plan for Senator John Edwards, known to the Bushies as the "Breck Girl."
Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines was directed by Jonathan Mostow; written by John Broncato and MichaelFerris; and stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, Nick Stahl, Kristanna Loken and Claire Danes. Now playing countywide.
Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde was directed by Charles Herman-Wurmfeld; written by Kate kondell; and stars Reese Witherspoon, Sally Field, Bob Newhart and Luke Wilson. Now playing countywide.