*Warning: Spoilers ahead*
When I first heard Netflix was releasing a gender-swapped remake of the quintessential '90s teen film, She's All That, called He’s All That, I had mixed feelings. This immediate reaction was for a handful of reasons.
First, the original hasn’t exactly aged well, and if this movie were to follow the same type of concept, I wasn’t sure it was such a good idea. Second, the thought of a TikTok star-turned-actress (Addison Rae) front and center in the film didn’t exactly sit well with me. Before I go any further I should probably give some context. I’m a millennial who hasn’t necessarily immersed herself into the world of TikTok. And when I do, I prefer to watch hacks and funny content over dance videos from members of the Sway House. (Did I get that right?) Anyway, the thought of Rae taking a role once played by Freddie Prinze Jr. wasn’t getting me too excited.