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10 Things I Hate About You

Rated PG-13 for crude sex-related humor and dialogue, alcohol and drug-related scenes, all involving teens.

PG-13 In Theaters 03/31/1999 , 90min.
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93%
Viewer score based on 14 ratings
70%
Critic score based on 26 reviews

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December 22, 2008
horty19661114
i would say its the best movie ever made, health ledger( love him) n Julia styles are my idols even though the greatest actor died health ledger, kat is a great character... i like her personality alot and i try not 2 care as much what people say about me cause they hate me... got use 2 it anyway....i probably no every singly word in the movie.... the romans in the movie is great, love the part
July 04, 2008
Vani11aLatte
Funniest movie ever, I swear Heath Ledger and Julia Styles rock together. I love this movie........ The character of Kat is an idol to me with her strong independant personality, and her carlessness to the thoughts of her pers........This movie also has an amazing soundtrack

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Dennis Harvey
Variety
10 Things doesn't take much time before ditching its pitch idea in favor of a mishmash of newer formulas, never quite settling on a cogent game plan or directorial tone. Full Review
James Berardinelli
ReelViews
What sets this apart from its many competitors for teen dollars is that not only does the movie feature a surprisingly edgy and intelligent script, but it offers a group of characters capable of holding an audience's interest for more than 90 minutes. Full Review
Kevin Thomas
Los Angeles Times
Lutz's dialogue is consistently sharp and snappy, and the large cast forms a sparkling ensemble under Junger's adept direction. Full Review
Marc Savlov
Austin Chronicle
Junger has a deft touch with light comedy such as this; he manages to keep the film's convoluted plot spinning without resorting to too much gimmickry or descending to the level of so many teen comedies. Full Review
Mary Elizabeth Williams
Salon.com
What really elevates it, though, is the film's sharp wit and tender heart, both of which are conveyed beautifully by the fresh-faced cast. Full Review

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