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'Clueless' Is Coming To Netflix And We're Totally Buggin'!

'Clueless' Is Coming To Netflix And We're Totally Buggin'!

It's the film that gave us an appetite for checked twin sets and fluffy pens - not to mention a life-long crush on Paul Rudd.

Now 90s classic Clueless is hair-flipping its way onto Netflix on 1st February.

We're already planning a 90s-themed sleepover.

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Directed by Amy Heckerling, the teen comedy - which retold Jane Austen's Emma in an American high school setting - is a cult favourite for good reason.

First of all, there's the acting talent. From Alicia Silverstone as teen queen Cher, to the late, great Brittany Murphy as geeky new girl Tai, the film has a killer cast.

Then there's the snappy script. Clueless is crammed with catchphrases that have won a place in pop culture history.

"Totally buggin'!" "As if!" "Way harsh!" We could go on.

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The comedy classic retold Jane Austen's 'Emma' in an American high school setting (Credit: Paramount)
The comedy classic retold Jane Austen's 'Emma' in an American high school setting (Credit: Paramount)

Not to mention the brutal, laugh-out-loud put-downs. Case in point, Tai's iconic line: "You're a virgin who can't drive", which had to sting.

Or how about Cher's question: "Do you prefer fashion victim or ensembly challenged?"

Beyond the sass, there was a whole lot of beautiful friendship in Clueless too.

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Like Cher and Dionne (Stacey Dash) - "both named after famous singers of the past, who now do infomercials" - who are series BFF goals.

When the pair take new girl Tai (Britanny Murphy) under their wing, it's an adorable case of the Three Muskateers.

Unlike a lot of teen flicks, Clueless gave us central female characters who look out for each other and are kind, smart and authentic.

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And of course, there's romance. Audiences were left butt-crazy-in-love by a young Paul Rudd playing Cher's geeky neighbour Josh.

From the knee-high socks to the brick-sized phones, the movie is 90s nostalgia at its best. We'll be sporting our best scrunchies while we watch.

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And if you fancy a movie binge, other films coming to the entertainment channel during February are:

Clueless - 1st

My Neighbor Totoro - 1st

Rango - 1st

Lady Bird - 2nd

Trainwreck - 7th

To All the Boys 2 - 12th

Narcos: Mexico s2 - 14th

Better Call Saul s5 - 24th

F1: Drive to Survive s2 - 28th

Altered Carbon s2 - 27th

MewTwo Strikes Back: Evolution - 27th

Featured Image Credit: Paramount

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Mary-Jane Wiltsher

Mary-Jane Wiltsher is a freelance lifestyle and culture journalist. Elsewhere she writes for Stylist, Euronews, PHOENIX and What We Seee.