Esther Lisk-Carew and Jass Thethi from Well Spoken Tokens return to Flixwatcher remotely to review Esther’s choice Clueless.


Clueless is the 1995 teen comedy from Amy Heckerling loosely based on Jane Austen’s Emma. Set in Beverly Hills Cher (Alicia Silverstone) with her best friend Dionne (Stacey Dash) are the popular girls at High School who give newcomer Tai (Britanny Murphy) a makeover and play matchmaker to her teachers to get perfect grades. It also stars Paul Rudd in his breakout role as Cher’s stepbrother Josh.

From its grunge lite soundtrack (Radiohead, No Doubt) Calvin Klein references, and Cher’s entire wardrobe there is no escaping the 90s – and that isn’t a bad thing! Clueless reinvented the teen genre and led the way for films like 10 Things I Hate About You and to some extend Legally Blonde. The makeover trope in Clueless may begin superficial but at its heart is that actually being a good person is more important and it’s okay to just be yourself.


Despite being 25 years old Clueless doesn’t feel dated or an old film, Clueless is funny, has lots of heart and it’s only one hour and 37 minutes long. Generous scores all round for recommendability and small screen score give Clueless a very respectable overall score of 4.42.


What do you guys think? Have you seen Clueless? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!


Episode #183 Crew Links

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More about Clueless

For more info on Clueless, you can visit the Clueless IMDb page here or the Clueless Rotten Tomatoes page here.


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Looking to survive in a world taken over by zombies, a dorky college student teams with an urban roughneck and a pair of grifter sisters.

Added to UK Netflix:  15th November 2020.

Sorry to Bother You

After heeding a co-worker’s advice, a telemarketer easily climbs up the corporate ladder — until success lands him in corporate and moral chaos.


Added to UK Netflix: 15th November 2020.





A series of mishaps puts a pair of low-level drug runners in the South at odds with their boss — a mysterious kingpin they’ve never met.


Added to UK Netflix: 16th November 2020.

Life of the Party

A divorced and dedicated housewife hits reset and enrolls in the same university as her daughter to get her degree and live the full college experience.

Added to UK Netflix: 16th November 2020.


Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey

Decades after his trusted apprentice betrayed him, a once-joyful toymaker finds new hope when his kind and curious granddaughter comes into his life.

Added to UK Netflix: 13th November 2020.

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Thunder and the House Of Magic

 An abandoned cat looking for shelter finds a mystical house owned by an old magician and inhabited by an array of wondrous automatons and gizmos.

Leaving: 18th November 2020.

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