The 1999 film She's All That was many things. It was the peak of Y2K's Jimmy Stewart, Freddie Prinze Jr.'s career. It was the crest of the wave of 90s teen movies that taught a teenage me that there was a magic party waiting for me somewhere over my adolescent horizons that I'm still hoping to attend. It was the launching point for SixPence None The Richer's "Kiss Me." It was an adaption of George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion and My Fair Lady, which is some dinner party trivia that goes down surprisingly smooth. But more than all of these things, She's All That, is a hauntingly accurate portrayal of why liberals fail and why Justin Trudeau is going to break all our damn hearts.