Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|The Hills - The Complete First Season|
Actors: Lauren Conrad, Heidi Montag, Audrina Patridge, Whitney Port, Jason Wahler
Directors: Hisham Abed, Jason Sands
Genres: Drama, Television
Follow Lauren to LA as she attempts to balance a demanding internship at Teen Vogue and a full course load with a demanding nightlife and a full social calendar. But at least she won?t have to do it alone. Along the way... more »
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Better than Season 3 of 'LAGUNA BEACH'
T. Stewart | Santa Cruz | 12/03/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Its kinda hard for me to admit that I watched LAGUNA BEACH and this premier season of THE HILLS, especially with all the jokes I make about the two series. But being the exact target age of both shows (20 years old), I feel into the original LAGUNA BEACH watching it as it aired durring the final stretch my senior year of High School so I have a small emotional connection to the show as the characters where going through the same things tha I was when it was on the air.
Season's two and three of LAGUNA BEACH though where boarderline annoying and I found myself barely ever watching them. But THE HILLS is different, Lauren was always my favorite 'character' and it was pretty interesting to actually see her grew out of her teenage self and into a young woman - and all the fictionalization that came along with it...
THE HILLS follows Lauren as she moves to Los Angeles (But I'm pretty sure its Santa Monica), and how life changes for her as she enrolls in Fashion School and gets an internship at Teen Vogue and all the Drama that comes along with her roomate, coworker, exboyfriend, and growing up."
Head For The Hills
Kaitlyn E. Deputy-foor | 01/28/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Wow! This show is very very diffrent to Laguna Beach but it is still wonderful. It is a must have for any Lauren Conrad fan's out there. You Know L.C from Laguna, well its time to meet Lauren she is all grown up and headed for the Hills. In this reality TV spin-off series of Laguna Beach. New friends, New City, New Girl. Laurens not in Laguna anymore she is in hollywood. Watch Lauren grow as she gets her dream internship at Teen Vouge Magizine. Lauren makes new friends Audrina, and Whitney (other intern) and most Laguna Fan's may remember Hedi from the few episodes she was on in Laguna Beach season 2 (including the fashion show episode) Yep thas right the episode when Jason cheated on Lauren with Jessica. And yes you got it Jason is back, and he has one thing on his mind LAUREN. If you thought Laguna had drama who havent seen anything yet. Get Set for on bumpy ride in The Hills. Live Life with these fresh adults Lauren, Hedi. Whitney, Audrina, Jason, Jordan and Brian in the city that never sleeps 'HOLLYWOOD'.
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Kaitlyn E. Deputy-foor | 02/25/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I'm actually over the age to be using this form but I'm too lazy to make an account so yeah..
Wow, The Hills is like my favorite show ever! I love all the drama and everything that goes on, which sounds pretty bad, but I just enjoy watching it.
Omg, Jason is sooo hot! I think that he and Lauren made a really good couple, but I understand why they broke up.
I also think that Lauren is going to make it very far in her life because she has a good work ethic. Man, I wish I had an internship at Teen Vouge! She is so lucky. She's my favorite character on the show. You would think that someone as rich and lucky and beautiful as her would be really stuck-up, but she doesn't seem like she's like that at all.
Well, if you're still reading this boring thing, BUY THE HILLS!"
No subsance but enjoyable for silliness
Dizzy Dance | 09/19/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"The Hills, like Laguna Beach, is definitely a guilty pleasure. I usually watch silly shows like this one when I'm in lab working on projects since they don't require a lot of concentration. Season 1 seems to stress on nightlife and boys, but seriously LA is more than just nightlife and boys. I suppose these kids are young, and their parents are rich. There's no point in them working hard because no one is depending on them."