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Amy Heckerling

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    The Below-the-Line Star-Making Power of Modern Classic 'Clueless'

    As "Clueless" turns 20 years old this weekend, the film's casting director recalls the film that changed her life.

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    Daily Reads: How Paul Feig and Melissa McCarthy Built an Empire, an Oral History of 'Clueless,' and More

    Plus: The panoramic scope of Robert Altman's "Nashville," and the making of "Who Shot Mr. Burns?"

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    7 Romantic Comedies That Should Never, Ever Get a Sequel

    With Nia Vardalos' classic now getting a sequel, what might come next? Hopefully none of these.

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    Happy Birthday, Brittany Murphy. Here Are Performances to Remember Her By

    We will always miss the funny, zesty and diverse characters brought to the screen by the talented Brittany Murphy. Here are some scenes to remember the late actress by.

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    Heroines of Cinema: These 10 Female Filmmakers Prove Why Hollywood Studios Should Change Their Tune

    One thing that shocks me more than anything about the sexism of the film industry is the inability of the Hollywood studios to hire female directors. The statistics speak for themselves — last year, the only woman to solely direct a film released on more than 2000 screens was Kimberley Peirce with "...

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    Celebrate the 18th Anniversary of Amy Heckerling's Clueless

    I remember watching Clueless for the first time when I was in 5th grade. It was immediately my favorite movie because I wanted all of Cher's clothes, her electronic wardrobe and thought Paul Rudd was super dreamy.

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