As a tiny trivia
point, 'Romy and Michele's High School Reunion' is called 'Romy und Michele: Alle Macht den Blonden' in Germany. This means, roughly, 'Romy and Michele: All Power to the Blonde'.
In France it is called 'Romy et Michelle: 10 Ans Aprés', which means 'Romy and Michelle: 10 Years Later'. Note that Lisa Kudrow's character (essentially a shallower version of Phoebe from Friends) gains an extra 'L'.
In Norway it is called 'Blond og blondere' which means 'Blond and blonder' (thanks to Lectrice for that).
In Italy it is simply called 'Romy e Michelle'. Now you know.
The film itself had a 'mixed' critical reception at the time - it had Alan Cumming in it, for heaven's sake - although it appears to have subsequently become a minor cult and has apparently spawned a television series. According to 'A reviewer' from 'Deutschland' on Amazon.de, it's 'wunderbar witzig, komisch, heiter und Erinnerungen-weckend'. High praise indeed.
Lisa Kudrow subsequently fought off the 'ditzy blonde' stereotyping with a role in 'The Opposite of Sex', with which she won an award - a big one. She is now very rich and happy, unlike Janeane Garofalo, who also appears in this film.