A decent teen comedy, addressing a few topics that deserve an even better attention, including teen sex, the outcasts' need for acceptance, and the evil power of rumors, especially at the difficult age of high-school.
Though witty and original at times, the film feels more like a platform for the delivery of smart dialogues than the real deal. Easy A pales when compared to Juno, a film of a similar genre.
Also, despite the showcase-acting on the part of its lead rule, a shining Emma Stone, for the most part, she, as well as some of the other actors, do not look their age, or, more precisely – look their real age. For me that was a throw off right from the start. Still, as the plot progressed it grew on me to a point I feel it deserves three stars, or, at least a B minus. Teens and teens parents may enjoy it more than others.