She is 15 and he is a predator.
The times have changed and so did the media we consume, yet we all can find something timeless about the highschool setting, The loves, the humour, the angst... being a teenager sucks. It doesn't matter whether you are a poor kid being bullied every day or a rich socialite. We are just people, right?
Man, I really wanted to like this movie. There is nothing more appealing than deconstructing a well-established genre and this movie was so close to being self-aware that it hurts, yet clueless has barely scratched the surface. Instead of using its refreshing storytelling style to make a commentary or tell an entertaining story, the movie has tried to hit as many points of being a teenager as possible while staying completely delusional.
In my opinion, they should have focused on only one storyline instead of shoehorning way too many concepts into one movie which made it hard to get invested into one problem. This has resulted in the tone problem which holds this movie a few inches away from becoming an actually rewatchable movie.
I'm not taking this movie from anyone who finds in it the same comfort I find in trashy mid-2000s Disney channel original movies, but neither one is better than the other.
This movie is highly dependent on the times it as made in and the generation it was made for, which is fine, but there is nothing of value to this movie.