- Cast: Kristen Bell, Odette Yustman, Sigourney Weaver, Betty White, Kristin Chenoweth, Jamie Lee Curtis, Christine Lakin, Cloris Leachman, Victor Garber, James Wolk, Patrick Duffy, Kyle Bornheimer, Jenna Leigh Green, Shelby Young, Ashley Fink, Billy Unger, Shanola Hampton, Henry G. Sanders, Sean Wing, Meagan Holder, Kelly Karbacz, Anna A. White, Brytni Sarpy, Paul Nygro, Christopher Khai, Lionel D. Carson ... Myron
- Director: Andy Fickman
- Writer: Moe Jelline
- Producers: Andy Fickman, John J. Strauss, Eric Tannenbaum
- Co Producer: Betsy Sullenger
- Executive Producer: Mario Iscovich
- Art Direction: Charles Daboub Jr.
- Casting: Gail Goldberg
- Costume Design: Genevieve Tyrrell
- D.O.P.: David Hennings
- Editor: David Rennie
- Makeup: Simone Almekias-Siegl
- Music: Nathan Wang
- Production Design: Craig Stearns
Young Marni (Kristen Bell), discovers her brother, Will (James Wolk), is about to marry her High School rival, Joanna (Odette Yustman), and sets out to expose the fiancee's true colors. The plot thickens when Marni's mother Gail (Jamie Lee Curtis) meets up with Joanna's aunt Ramona (Sigourney Weaver), and it is revealed that Gail and Ramona were also high school rivals.
- Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
- Filming Locations: Los Angeles, USA; Vancouver, USA
- MPAA Warning: Brief mild language and rude behavior
- Production Companies: Oops Doughnuts Productions, Touchstone Pictures
- Production Schedule: August 2009 - October 2009
2010 Guide Analysis: "The premise is fine, director Andy Fickman's previous films include "She's the Man" and "Race to Witch Mountain" which made money despite being disappointing, while the biggest credit to date between the two writers is an episode of "Jake 2.0". On pure material alone one wonders why in the world did Disney bother? The answer is simple - the cast. Kristen Bell and Odette Yustman will pull in the young guys, but the story here is some great female acting veterans with a good knack for comedy teaming for cat fights extraordinaire.
Specifically Jamie Lee Curtis and Sigourney Weaver appearing together as ex high school rivals has many excited. Throw in support from Kristin Chenoweth, Betty White and Victor Garber and you've pretty much got every gay man in the world joining their female friends to see it along with the older female demographic who would otherwise avoid formulaic rom-coms. As it's a Disney picture, I just hope the edge of the comedy won't be too toned down."