Things in She's All That You only notice as an adult
It's hard to believe that 1999 was so long ago — before smartphones were in everyone's hands and college acceptance letters still arrived via the postal service.
Fortunately, if you're nostalgic for the era of Napster and "No Scrubs," you can still revisit those pre-Y2K days via the teenage rom-com She's All That. Starring '90s heartthrob Freddie Prinze Jr. and petite, brunette bombshell Rachael Leigh Cook, the movie hearkens to a simpler time when being prom royalty was paramount, and fax machines were still relevant.
There are some details throughout the movie that you may not have caught onto when watching as a teen. And while it hasn't aged terribly overall, some aspects of it have — especially in the era of #metoo and #timesup. Here are some of the things you'll only notice about She's All That as an adult viewer.