It is time for What’s-Twitter-Bitching-About-Now — and at the moment, Heather Matarazzo‘s character from an outdated Disney film is being positioned underneath the microscope … possibly for good cause.
If you happen to’re seeing ‘Princess Diaries’ trending this weekend … this is the reason. Any individual posed a query, writing … “Who’s the worst fictional buddy you’ll be able to consider?” The tweet took off, and it appears the consensus is … Lilly Moscovitz from the 2001 Anne Hathaway flick.
Apparently, customers on the chicken app keep in mind this efficiency effectively … and so they introduced the receipts to again up their argument that Lilly kinda sucks. They could actually have a level!
People posted compilations of scenes from ‘TPD,’ exhibiting off lots of moments between Mia and Lilly — together with a notable one from towards the start … the place Matarazzo (in character) is telling AH she will be able to’t consider she’s not over her dad’s demise from 2 months in the past.
There are different scenes which might be getting talked about as effectively … together with a great quantity the place Lilly is straight up hating on Mia’s ascendance as a princess — calling her a sell-out and making her really feel responsible for turning into one thing she not acknowledges … whereas additionally attempting to make use of her at numerous factors for her personal private achieve.
Certainly, on this hyper-focused context … Lilly/Matarazzo definitely comes off as sorta s****y.
Nonetheless, it is somewhat absurd how this convo is unfolding within the feed … some on Twitter appear to be genuinely upset that Lilly was such a nasty buddy and has since been labeled as “poisonous” … maybe not holding as much as societal requirements of a supportive BFF, particularly in 2022.
After all, Lilly is not actual … and this film was made greater than 20 years in the past. Extra importantly, Mia stands up for herself — and Lilly apologizes ultimately, finishing her arc.
If we’re being trustworthy, the actual fact Lilly’s being mentioned in any respect at the moment speaks to how good of a job Matarazzo did all these years in the past … and the way we actually cannot have good issues anymore.