Films That Formed the Tween Collective Unconscious of the Y2K Era

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Cow Belles vs. Material Girls

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Cow Belles vs. Material Girls

2006 was clearly a time full of growing pains for women in pop culture. Shows like "The Simple Life" and "The Girls Next Door," foundational texts for the bimbos of today, were creating a reactionary wave of "feminist" criticism, and for our purposes, that manifested in the form of two ENTIRELY SEPARATE tween-targeted movies centering around the rich and spoiled sisters getting their comeuppance— "Cow Belles," starring Disney's Aly and AJ, and "Material Girls," starring the decidedly non-Disney Duff sisters. Which of these two movies does it better? LET'S FIND OUT!

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