Netflix’s latest comedy movie, Senior Year, feels like an homage to all the high school rom-coms that were so iconic that even today's popstars keep referencing them in their music videos.
Senior Year sees Rebel Wilson as a teenager in the body of a 37-year-old woman who goes back to high school after being in a coma for 20 years.
The movie is a raunchy comedy that provides laughs galore. Let's see what the internet is saying about the movie.
1.An amazing entertaining watch that's not only funny but touches on some sensitive issues as well.
I just watched Senior Year on Netflix and I’m just gonna say I actually loved it. I was worried it would be just like a teen drama show. But it tackled so many things and made me cry more than I want to admit. Give it a watch! #SeniorYear #Netflix
2.The movie is raucously funny.
#SeniorYear is absolutely hilarious! Watching the hottie Justin Hartley thirst after anybody is incredible and Rebel Wilson continues to be comedic gold.
3.Millennials must have caught the '90s and '00s references.
My 2000s heart was SO happy watching #SeniorYear on @netflix The music. The outfits. @RebelWilson
4.Nice to see Angourie Rice in a hilarious role after her serious role in Mare of Easttown.
I'm in love with Angourie Rice ♥️🥺 #SeniorYear
5.The music and songs evoked strong nostalgia in the viewers.
The music from the movie Senior Year was pure nostalgia. I laughed out loud a lot. I miss these types of movies. Just slightly ridiculous and funny and carefree#SeniorYear
6.Reel imitates real.
So Justin Hartley cheating on his wife just like in real life !!!! #SeniorYear
7.Rebel Wilson was being an absolute comedic gem.
Currently watching #SeniorYear on @netflix. It is absolutely hilarious and @RebelWilson is absolutely marvelous. Her cominc timing is spot on.
8.I think that cameo from Alicia Silverstone made everyone think about Clueless. I, for a moment, wondered if this is some crossover.
The irony of @AliciaSilv being an Uber driver in Senior Year on @netflix when she’s a “virgin who can’t drive” should be appreciated by all millennials. #SeniorYear #senioryearnetflix
9.I think that Britney Spears moment was totally recognizable.
this britney moment in #senioryear is everything. and the dad who came downstairs and went back up was all of our parents 😂😂 @RebelWilson thank you for this gem of a movie
10.I think Britney shall be proud of this scene.
Rebel Wilson recreating Britney Spears' (You Drive Me) Crazy music video is truly ICONIC! #SeniorYear
11.Some profound questions that were left unanswered for the viewers to ponder over.
1. She BARELY reacted to smart phones being a thing2. Who kept her highlights up for 20 years?3. Why is Alicia Silverstone an Uber driver when she has a Clueless poster in her bedroom? #SeniorYear #senioryearnetflix
12.That was some serious burn. Don't know how many got the reference.
"Cause I'm MTV and you're VH1" @netflix #SeniorYear is really hitting my 90's baby bones deep
13.Zoe Chao and Sam Richardson hit it out of the park again after their wonderful work in The Afterparty.
#SeniorYear was delightful and surprising in a great way. Zoe Chao and Sam Richardson are 👏👏👏 I thoroughly enjoyed the walk down memory lane with the soundtrack as well 💖
14.The movie dropped some sharp truth-bombs.
“The perfect life online doesn’t matter if you’re miserable in real life” the message in this movie is spectacular #SeniorYear
15.Both revolve around cheerleading rivalry.
.@RebelWilson’s #SeniorYear is basically an homage to all 90s movies, especially Bring It On! 📣
16.Unlike comedy, justice was elusive in the movie.
Something I hate from #SeniorYear is that the "Mean Girl" made her be in a 20 years coma but they never did something with that, she had to go to jail
17.Very funny young actors looked good in supportive roles.
#SeniorYear is a fun nostalgic trip & all the casts are like young multi-talented theater kids 🥰 so refreshing to watch