Amanda Bynes Movies
Sitting back and enjoying any one of the many Amanda Bynes movies out there is a surefire way to have a fun, relaxing evening. Rosy-cheeked California-born starlet Amanda Bynes has made a career out of playing the fresh-faced girl next door. This isn't surprising in the least because she was introduced to the public as a child star of Nickelodeon programs such as "All That" and "Figure It Out." Apart from television, Amanda Bynes has also carved a successful career as an actress in Hollywood films, particularly in the comedy genre. Some of Amanda Bynes' notable movies include "What a Girl Wants," "Hairspray" and "She's The Man."
"What a Girl Wants" came out in theaters in the spring of 2003 when Amanda Bynes was just 17-years-old. The film also stars Kelly Preston and Colin Firth. In "What a Girl Wants," Amanda Bynes portrays a wide-eye American teen named Daphne who spontaneously travels to London, England, only to find out that her long-lost father is a prominent British politician.
"Hairspray" is a comedy/musical that hit theaters in the summer of 2007. The movie is a remake of the 1988 John Waters' vehicle, which starred actress Ricki Lake. In "Hairspray," Amanda Bynes plays high schooler Penny Pingleton, who is the sympathetic best pal of the heroine Tracy Turnblad (Nikki Blonsky).
"She's The Man" is a teenage-oriented romantic comedy that came out in 2006. In the movie, Amanda Bynes plays high school soccer star that fights for female rights in attempting to join the boys' team. Apart from the central conflict, "She's The Man" also has a romantic angle, as Amanda Bynes' character is interested in a male soccer player named Duke played by Channing Tatum.
"Easy A" is a brainy 2010 teenage comedy that stars fiery redhead ingenue Emma Stone, who plays Olivia. "Easy A" is centered around well-intentioned social climber Olivia who uses rumors for her own social gain. Amanda Bynes plays Marianne, who is a strong-willed Christian activist at Olivia's high school.
"Big Fat Liar" is a frothy teenage movie that was released in the winter of 2002. In "Big Fat Liar," Amanda Bynes plays savvy Sally. The movie is centered around the misadventures of a teen boy, played by Frankie Muniz, who travels all the way to Los Angeles, California, to take claim of an essay that he wrote before a big shot Hollywood type has the chance to turn it into a movie!
"Robots" is an animated comedy flick that came out in early 2005. "Robots" is about a young and bright-eyed inventor who begins a new job for the company of his dreams, only to realize that the foundation of the company doesn't mesh well with his idealistic viewpoints. Amanda Bynes performs the voice of Piper, who is the younger sister of the elder robot, Fender.
"Sydney White" is a 2007 movie that is loosely based on the fairy tale "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves." "Sydney White" is the name of Amanda Bynes' character. In the movie, brainy Sydney White aspires to join the same sorority that her mother joined, only to find her dreams dashed by some not-so-nice girls.
"Love Wrecked" is a television movie that aired in the winter of 2007 in the United States. In "Love Wrecked," Amanda Bynes stars as Jenny, who falls hopelessly and madly in love with the planet's biggest rock star, who is played by Chris Carmack. The film has a picturesque backdrop as it was filmed in on the sunny Caribbean island of St. Lucia.