Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde Soundtrack (

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Rating: 4.80/10 from 72000 votes
Tags: congresswoman, transvestism, naivete
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Una rubia muy legal 2

Title in Italiano:

Una bionda in carriera

Title in Português:

Legalmente Loira 2

Title in Français:

La blonde contre-attaque

Title in Türk:

Bu nasıl sarışın 2

Title in Deutsch:

Natürlich blond 2


Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde is a movie where Elle Woods, played by Reese Witherspoon, is a Harvard lawyer who goes to Washington D.C. to change the law on animal testing.

She runs into the political system, the U.S. Congress. Lucky for her, she meets a doorman, Sidney played by Bob Newhart, who shows her how the system works to get a bill passed.

She writes 'The Bruiser Bill' and puts it in the hopper of Congress. Elle needs 218 signatures to get her bill to be voted on. She gets some unlikely support from several members of Congress she befriends.

To get more support, Elle has a Million Dog March on Washington. - Douglas Young (the-movie-guy)

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Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde
Me Against the World
Superchick: Performer
Nobody's Fool
Avril Lavigne: Performer
Avril Lavigne: Writer
We Can
Diane Warren: Writer
LeAnn Rimes: Performer
Dan Huff: Produced
Antonina Armato: Writer
Hope 7: Performer
I'm Just a Bill
David Frishberg: Writer
Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell Main Title
Riz Ortolani: Composed and conducted
Mon Paris
Georges Auric: Performer
Atomic Dog (Dogs of the World Unite Remix)
George Clinton: Performer
George Clinton: Writer
Hail to the Chief
James Sanderson: Performer
Albert Gamse: Lyrics
For What It's Worth
Stephen Stills: Writer
Sisters are Doin' It for Themselves
Annie Lennox: Writer
Eurythmics: Performer
So Pretty
Lisa Rieffel: Performer
Power to the People
John Lennon: Performer
John Lennon: Writer
Lou Reed: Performer
Lou Reed: Writer
The Star Spangled Banner
Snap Cup Time
Andrew Lippa: Producer
Andrew Lippa: Writer
Nobody's Fool
Avril Lavigne: Performer
I'm Just a Bill
David Frishberg: Performer
For What It's Worth
Stephen Stills: Performer
Sisters are Doin' It for Themselves
Annie Lennox: Performer

User reviews

Matthew Wilson

The inclusion of catchy and energetic tracks in the soundtrack adds a layer of fun and excitement to the film. The music keeps the audience engaged and reflects the lighthearted nature of the movie.

Brian Allen

The soundtrack features a diverse selection of songs that cater to different moods and scenes in the film. From uplifting anthems to inspirational tunes, each track adds depth to the storytelling and enhances the emotional impact of key moments.

Charles Smith

The music effectively conveys the emotions and struggles of the characters, enhancing the storytelling aspect of the film.

Elizabeth Harris

The songs in the soundtrack are catchy and memorable, adding a fun and playful element to the film. They help set the tone for the comedic moments and the overall positive message of the story.

George Green

The musical choices in the film effectively convey Elle Woods' determined and optimistic personality as she navigates through the challenges of Washington D.C. The songs complement the storyline and character development seamlessly.

Thomas Martin

The songs in the soundtrack are well-suited to the scenes they accompany, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Carol Evans

The soundtrack is a standout feature of the movie, showcasing the talent and creativity of the composers and musicians involved.

George Thomas

The songs chosen for key moments in the movie did not evoke any emotional response from me. I found myself often tuning out the background music, as it failed to enhance the scenes or elevate the storytelling.

Kenneth Johnson

The soundtrack's blend of contemporary pop hits and original compositions creates a dynamic and immersive listening experience. The music sets the tone for each scene and elevates the overall viewing experience.

John Walker

The soundtrack features a variety of styles and genres, creating a dynamic listening experience.

Daniel Roberts

The music enhances the comedic moments in the film, adding an extra layer of fun and enjoyment.

Karen Hernandez

The soundtrack complements the storyline of Elle Woods' journey to change the law on animal testing, adding depth to the narrative.

Lisa Davis

The musical score is well-arranged and adds a sense of energy and excitement to the movie.

Edward Martinez

The songs are catchy and memorable, making them enjoyable to listen to even outside of the movie context.