If you feel like you've hit a dead end on your life's path, you can't go wrong with "Legally Blonde." It is literally the most positive, uplifting film I have ever watched. At the start of "Legally Blonde," Elle Woods, sorority girl, finds herself single when her boyfriend, Warner, dumps her for a Harvard girl. So Elle decides to prove she's more than just an arrested development rich girl. She enrolls in Harvard, and through hard luck, determination, and Luke Wilson, manages to prove herself the best student at the school. "Legally Blonde" is about defying stereotypes and being all you can be. It's kind of like a sequel to Clueless, but with less weird sibling relationships and a main character who learns real lessons and progresses as a human being. Anyway, "Legally Blonde" is where it's at.
When her boyfriend dumps her to go to Harvard Law School, Elle Woods leaves her sorority life in California, her couture clothes, and fabulous friends to follow him.