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The 20 best reactions to Rebel Wilson’s new movie

You don’t want to miss senior year, girl.

The latest comedy from Netflix, senior yearfeels like an homage to all those high school rom-coms that were so iconic that even today’s pop stars keep referencing them in their music videos.

senior year sees Rebel Wilson as a teenager in the body of a 37-year-old woman returning to high school after 20 years in a coma.

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In an attempt to reclaim her former fame, she shatters many high school movie clichΓ©s while also nurturing some. As she engages in teenage shenanigans, she realizes how hollow and pretentious many of the things many associate with being popular in high school are.

The film is a raunchy comedy that gets plenty of laughs. Let’s see what the internet says about the film.

1.

An amazingly entertaining watch that is not only funny but also touches on some touchy subjects.

I just watched Senior Year on Netflix and I just have to say I really loved it. I was worried it would turn out like a teen drama show. But it tackled so many things and made me cry more than I care to admit. give him a watch! #SeniorYear #Netflix


Twitter: @ottolymirands

2.

The movie is hilarious.

#SeniorYear is absolutely hilarious! To see hottie Justin Hartley thirsting for anyone is incredible and Rebel Wilson continues to be comedic gold.


Twitter: @jessicamoment

4.

Nice to see Angourie Rice in a hilarious role after her serious role Mare by Easttown.

Netflix / About Twitter: @ScarletSpeeds16

5.

The music and songs evoked strong nostalgia in the audience.

The music from the film Senior Year was pure nostalgia. I have laughed a lot. I miss such films. Just a little bit ridiculous and funny and lighthearted #SeniorYear


Twitter: @slounsy

7.

Rebel Wilson was an absolute comedic gem.

Just watching #SeniorYear on @netflix. It’s absolutely hilarious and @RebelWilson is absolutely wonderful. Your coming timing is spot on.

Netflix / About Twitter: @DanJTPitt

8th.

I think that Alicia Silverstone cameo got everyone thinking clueless. I was wondering for a moment if this is a crossover.

@AliciaSilv’s irony of being a senior year Uber driver on @netflix when she’s a “virgin who can’t drive” should be appreciated by all millennials. #SeniorYear #SeniorYearNetflix


Twitter: @soybeansoyka4

9.

I think that Britney Spears moment was totally recognizable.

this britney moment in #senioryear is everything. and the dad that came down and went back up were all our parents πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ @RebelWilson thanks for this gem of a movie


Twitter: @ohsillymike

10

I think Britney will be proud of this scene.

Rebel Wilson reenacting Britney Spears’ insane music video (You Drive Me) is truly iconic! #graduation year

Netflix / About Twitter: @DannyWxo

11.

Some profound questions left unanswered for viewers to ponder.

1. She barely responded to the fact that smartphones are a thing. 2. Who has held up their highlights for 20 years? 3. Why is Alicia Silverstone an Uber driver when she has a Clueless poster in her bedroom? #SeniorYear #SeniorYearNetflix


Twitter: @Charlot31941149

13.

Zoe Chao and Sam Richardson have made it back out of the park after their wonderful work The after party.

#SeniorYear was delightful and surprising in a great way. Zoe Chao and Sam Richardson are πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ I really enjoyed walking through the memories with the soundtrack too πŸ’–


Twitter: @myspaceout

14

The film dropped some sharp truth bombs.

“The perfect life online doesn’t matter if you’re miserable in real life” The message in this film is spectacular #SeniorYear


Twitter: @alaisdair

16

Unlike comedy, justice in film was elusive.

Something I hate about #SeniorYear is that the ‘mean girl’ put her in a coma for 20 years but they never did anything about it, she went to jail


Twitter: @CristyKatt

17

Very funny young actors cut a fine figure in supporting roles.

#SeniorYear is a fun nostalgic journey & all the casts are like young multi-talented theater kids πŸ₯° so refreshing to watch


Twitter: @SoniaEryka

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