The look and feel of the game screams Flash. Not that I have anything against flash-based casual games, but it's just one more thing in the overall game that makes me wonder at the point of it. But at least the graphics used are clean and crisp. With the exception of a few characters, the sprites used look a lot like their Hollywood counterparts. Unfortunately, one of the characters that doesn't look right is the movie's/game's main girl Cher (originally portrayed by Alicia Silverstone). But actors like Murray (Donald Faison now known for his role on Scrubs) and Mel (Dan Hedaya) look spot on.
Outside of the character sprites used for progressing the game's story, the models used during the fashion dress-up levels look very generic except for whatever head is on the character. But since most levels have you frantically looking between the clothes and each model's timer, this is hardly noticed.
Sound is better left turned off. No voice acting is used during the game's between-level story progression, and I found the background music so overpowering and annoying that it never took long for me to turn it off. This is especially true of the game's opening song that plays while a loading bar slowly fills up before you even go into the Main Menu (like I said, it feels like a Flash game).