Not every young actress can carry an entire movie on her own shoulders, and even fewer can pull it off when the story is so forumlaic. Happily for this silly but endearing comedy about a cast-off Playboy Bunny who finds herself playing house mother to a dying sorority sisters, Anna Faris is that rare commodity. She's a true star.
Abandoned on the steps of an orphanage as a baby and raised in virtual isolation after all the other kids were adopted, Shelley Darlingson (Faris) never learned the true meaning of the words "family" or "home" until she developed into a leggy blonde and was adopted by Hugh Hefner. Installed in the lavish Playboy Mansion with her pe...