Bigger, Bolder, Blonder! Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde
When Elle Woods, the brainy, buxom blonde returns in this installment of lassie law she has already passed Harvard with flying colors. Now our lady lawyer is a promising prot�g� in a big law firm and is hoping to settle down with the man of her dreams.
In the first installment of the Legally Blonde saga, brainy and buxom Elle Woods, managed to get herself accepted into Harvard law school, where she passed with flying colors. In Legally Blonde 2, the lady lawyer is a promising prot�g� in a big law firm and is hoping to settle down with the man of her dreams.
Her dog Bruiser will attend the wedding, but Elle would like Bruiser's mother to attend as well. Hiring a private investigator Elle soon learns that Bruiser's mother is being held in a cosmetic testing facility belonging to a company whose account is handled by her firm.
Elle is adamant about changing the unjust policies directed against 'those who can't speak for themselves' � namely animals and thus brings up the testing facility and her suggestion to close it in the company's annual meeting with her firm- and is unfortunately fired for her efforts.
But this will not stop the brave and bubbly blonde and the minor snag in her plans inspires her to seek justice on Capitol Hill, so she heads to Washington, where in the floor's tapestry of black, grey and navy suits she sticks out like a pink thumb.
But �Capitol Barbie� is not in the least intimidated. With her arsenal of ex-sorority contacts, a sense of humor and style she manages to rally blondes across the country to back her bill on Capitol Hill.
Director Charles Herman-Wurmfeld brings us the 2003 "Legally Blonde 2", the sequel to the 2001 "Legally Blonde". This comedy is based on the novel by Amanda Brown, humorously scripted by Dennis Drake.
With a budget of close to $45,000,000 and gross box-office revenues totaling $124,914,842, the film was considered a hit.
This movie is rated PG-13 for some sex-related humor.
Runtime: 95 mins
Directed by: Charles Herman-Wurmfeld