Johnny Depp arrived at Cannes film festival 2023 amid controversy
- 27 May - 02 Jun, 2023
Looking back, Rachael Leigh Cook realises that some elements of her 1999 hit movie weren't exactly all that. The actress revealed that she and her daughter Charlotte, 9, recently watched She's All That for the first time together. But it wasn't until Rachael pressed play on the romantic comedy, in which she starred alongside Freddie Prinze Jr., that she realised some of the commentary may not have aged well. "The only thing that's funny about that movie – 'cause I let my daughter, who is 9, see it – I was like, 'I don't think there's anything too inappropriate in there,'" she told Us Weekly. "But some of the language that they use to talk about women – I realise that it's about Freddie's character sort of going on his journey." "And people were different than these popular crowd kids," she continued. "But it is really pretty disparaging and disrespectful." As for when those comments came up, Rachael recalled wanting nothing more than to hit fast-forward. "There's body-shaming and other things," she continued. "That I'm like, ‘Charlotte, I don't want you even hearing this.'"