But it's her youthful looks as much as her journalistic skills that finally win her a writing assignment: she's ordered to enroll in high school posing as a teenager for a story on the state of America's youth.Trouble is, Josie was a hopeless nerd in high school (called "Josie Grossie" by her classmates); she had no idea of how to fit in with the cool kids, and she's hardly gotten any better at it in the seven years since graduation.The last scene of this movie made me nauseous at how fake and corny it was. It has some quite funny scenes set at the high school as the geeky kid who grew up, returns as an undercover journalist trying to fit in with the popular kids second time round.I'm gonna put myself in front of the world and let my love come to me. More Many people wish they could go back to high school, knowing what they know as an adult; Josie Geller gets the chance to do just that in the comedy Never Been Kissed.
Premium members have no adverts, forum access, and other great benefits for just a year."In the scene where Aldys and Josie drive by The Court, Guy comes up and makes fun of Aldys. First Guy comes up and looks in through the window.Then when the camera changes angles, he has his arms resting on the window frame, and it goes back and forth through out that part.Premium members have no adverts, forum access, and other great benefits for just a year."In the scene where Aldys and Josie drive by the Court, Aldys' sister is in the back seat of the car.Adorable movie about a journalist, Josie Geller, asked to go undercover as a senior student at South Glen South High School.She agrees to it but forgets that whenever she was in high school she was called names. The movie is extremely flawed in a variety of ways; some don't even pertain to the travesty they kill this plot. These characters didn't feel like real high school students to me in the way good high school movies like Fast Times at Ridgemont High and Dazed and Confused did.When they drive off, her sister is missing, next shot she is back.