Sydney White Official Trailer #1 – Amanda Bynes Movie (2007) HD

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Sydney White Official Trailer #1 – Amanda Bynes Movie (2007) HD

Sydney White Trailer – Directed by Joe Nussbaum and starring Amanda Bynes, Sara Paxton, Matt Long, Jack Carpenter, Jeremy Howard. A modern retelling of Snow White set against students in their freshman year of college in the greek system.

Universal – 2007

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  1. Burda Ellis (w2nicolyeland)

    Well, this is kinda like a messed up college version of Snow White & Seven Dwarfs. as Sidney White and the Seven Dorks. LOL No kidding! Sidney as Snow, Rachel as The Evil Queen and Tyler as Prince Charming! and then there's the buys from the Vortex LOL I basically know this movie from heart. Though, I never liked Sara's characters always played "Bwitchy" ones. Anyway, Bynes had good work then, but by the time she did EasyA, its like she changed. What happened?!!!

  2. Hunyah YdO

    this movie is a total classic
    it might the modern version of the original film ,it is a original classic
    it looks nothing like the original story 
    plus movie is good 
    it is relatable too 
    the kapa pledge president thing 
    i know people like tht like ,they way show the campus head (sara paxton in the film)
    plus some of the never step out of this 
    one of them fatima sha ,she is still like tht even now , the campus head
    all these thing , is all excalty , like this one from school even now , 
    tht is the sara paxton tht i know , whom is like 
    and other people 
    i like the way how this movie shows these people can be 
    even a few sences i can relate to myself , cuz thtz how I worked wen i was invovled,
    is tht u can't campus heads walk over in every group 
    tht is wat i deal with even now
    cuz they let sara paxton of this place fatima sha walk over all these people in the area 
    and plus it is soo me and my cousin(in a relationship sense too )
    cuz of something which is not farr long
    but still relatable 
    and good movie 


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