Don't know if anyone else has mentioned this, but a Macintosh plays a pivotal role in this movie. Reese Witherspoon's rich, blonde, California-girl character goes to Harvard Law School in order to win back her snobby boyfriend -- hilarity ensues. Anyway, on the first day of class, everyone else breaks out their laptops to take notes; Reese pulls out a little heart-shaped pad and pen. After a bad day of classes, she decides to prove to everyone how capable she really is. She goes to the bookstore and -- I applauded in the theatre -- buys a tangerine iBook.
Much humor is then derived at the sight of Reese and her iBook sitting in the middle of a sea of black, anonymous PC laptops. But Reese, of course, overcomes all obstacles, thus proving once again that right-thinking people use Macintoshes.
I think that was the point of the movie, anyway.