Mean Girls | 2004

Directed by: Mark Waters

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Main Plot

Cady Heron, a new student at North Shore High School, befriends a group of popular girls called "The Plastics." As she gets closer to them, she learns about the social hierarchy of high school and the dangers of gossip and backstabbing. Cady soon finds herself caught up in a web of lies and deceit, leading to a series of misunderstandings and betrayals. With the help of her true friends, Cady must navigate the treacherous world of teenage drama and find a way to stay true to herself. In the end, she learns valuable lessons about friendship, loyalty, and the importance of being kind to others.


  • Cady Heron is the main character in Mean Girls. She is a new student who infiltrates the popular girl clique, only to realize the negative effects of gossip and bullying.
  • Aaron Samuels - He is the love interest of the main character and is part of the popular crowd at school. He unknowingly becomes involved in a love triangle.
  • Regina George is the main antagonist in Mean Girls. She is the leader of the Plastics and manipulates her friends and classmates to maintain her popularity.


Cady realizes the harm caused by her actions and decides to make amends by apologizing to those she has hurt. The Burn Book is exposed, leading to chaos at the school. Regina gets hit by a bus and breaks her spine, but Cady helps her get back on her feet. The Plastics disband and Cady's friendship with Janis and Damian is restored. Cady is crowned Spring Fling Queen, but breaks the crown and shares it with everyone, symbolizing unity. The school culture shifts towards kindness and acceptance, with students embracing their true selves. Cady learns valuable lessons about the importance of authenticity and friendship.

Mark Waters Comedy Lindsay Lohan Jonathan Bennett Rachel McAdams