The only pity granted by this turd is the short run time which makes for a quick and merciful end to the torture, the peak of which is reached during an exceptionally miserable song and dance scene that will make your eyes water, your ears ache and your nose turn at the stench that will emanate from your DVD player (oh yeah, make sure you have your DVD player cleaning kit on standby to flush out any remains later on). As the film’s executive producer, the normally pleasant Witherspoon bears the brunt of the responsibility for taking advantage of her fans. The feeling you get from her is the same as when your hot date takes a dump and forgets to flush. While you still find her hot, you can’t ever look at her the same way and in the back of your mind, even though you may one day overcome the feeling of disgust, that floater will always be there.
As far as the cast goes, Sally Field joins it as the character played by Victor Garber in the first film, Regina King joins it as the character played by Selma Blair, Dana Ivey joins it as the character previously played by Holland Taylor and the Capitol joins it as Harvard in the first film and none of the above does anything to differentiate themselves. It’s so repetitive it just gets boring. There’s really nothing good to say about this film so save yourself the disappointment and just watch LEGALLY BLONDE again. It’s the same...only good.
Next up is "Blonde Ambition" (20 mins.), a "making-of" featurette. Now as far as ambition goes, the makers of this featurette didn't have enough to go further than the standard studio fluff where various people involved in the creation of this monstrosity of a film pat themselves on the back and discuss the great lengths they went to do "do something different while preserving a character everyone loves" Please! An attempt at credibility is made by going into a very brief explanation of some of the technical sides, such as green screens...green screens!!?! Ohmygod!! What a novel idea!!!
A set of seven Deleted Scenes and a Gag Reel are also included in this package. The deleted scenes are pretty much in line with the film: fluffy and irrelevant while the gag reel is the usual assemblage of flubbed lines and broken scenes. There's actually one hilarious one in which we see a studio exec pronounce the words "Yeah... sounds like a good idea, let's do it". There's also a little Game in which you answer some questions about the movie to see if you can become a member of Elle's Delta Nu sorority. I swear I didn't make it through the first question.
The rest of the stuff consists of the Theatrical Trailer, a Photo Gallery and a Music Video by LeAnn Rimes for a song entitled "We Can".