Mean Girls Poster Analysis

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Just like any book needs a cover, all the movies need to have a poster to advertise the movie, have a good first impression and have better success having people go watch it. Release date, actors, the appropriate age limit one must have in order to watch, and even sometimes ratings are essential to have in the poster. A movie poster needs to have a clever layout with illustrations, lettering, and depending on the movie if it should be colored or black and white. A good poster focuses on visual elements such as good pictures and graphics to get the attention of a certain audience. These elements can also give the audience an insight into the theme and genre of the movie. A great movie that was successful and became really popular was “Mean Girls”. The movie poster is specifically made to get the attention of girls. More specially teenage girls because of the young actresses the poster portrays. The actress the director hired for the main part was a big movie star in 2004. Lindsey Lohan became a role model all over the world for teenage girls. So…show more content…
Even though “Mean Girls” was a comedy about literally mean girls in a high school, many scenes were really relatable to what really happens to teenage girls in high school everyday. It might not have happened so exaggerated and extreme obvious like in the movie, but many girls go through bullying, humiliations, physical, and emotional abuse every day in their high school. “Mean Girls” portrays a group of high school girls who are considered to be the most popular girls in school, and portray the stereotype that many people have about high school girls. Many, if not all, of the audience of this movie has been to high school or were in high school when they saw it that they also had to deal with the popular, snobby people, or they themselves were like that. Therefore, the fact that people can easily relate to, the movie
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