A disenchanted teenager (Lindsay Lohan) forced to move from New York to New Jersey struggles to reconcile her underwhelming and hostile new surrounds with her dreams of becoming a famous actress.

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A strangely innocent look at the relationship between infatuated teenagers and jaded rock stars.

Mary, Lindsay Lohan, is extremely upset when her single Mom, Glenne Headley, relocates from New York to suburban New Jersey. Mary changes her name to Lola and starts her education at Dellwood High by befriending the shy Ella, Alison Pill, with whom she shares an infatuation for rock group Sidarthur and lead singer Stu Wolff, Adam Garcia. Lola finds herself competing with school bitch Carla, Megan Fox, for the role of Eliza in a school production of Shaw\'s Pygmalion (updated and re-titled Eliza Rocks), and she\'s also determined to get to Sidarthur\'s farewell concert, one way or another.This is the first American film made by Welsh director Sara Sugerman, whose previous efforts, VERY ANNIE MARY and MAD COWS, showed a tendency towards overkill. Lola/Mary is not only a drama queen, she\'s a relentless opportunist, and really no better than her bitter rival, the hated Carla. Alison Pill\'s Ella is a much more attractive character. The film takes a strangely innocent look at the relationship between infatuated teenagers and jaded rock stars, and though Adam Garcia makes an impression as the sozzled Stu, his instant reformation is one of the film\'s least convincing elements. Lindsay Lohan, so effective in FREAKY FRIDAY, is merely strident here.