Watch Andrew Garfield And Adam Driver Channel Their Inner Cher Horowitz

It's not every day that we get to watch some of our favorite actors reenact one of the greatest scenes in cinematic history. Before you start wondering what we could possibly be talking about, we'll fill you in—it's from the Amy Heckerling-directed 1995 classic, Clueless, where a cute and confident Cher Horowitz takes to the podium and declares that oppressed people deserve to be accepted into the U.S. as refugees. (Ironic now, isn't it?) 

By the grace of some higher power, Vanity Fair convinced Adam Driver, Andrew Garfield, Alden Ehrenreich, and Lucas Hedges to recite the speech that shook so many millennials to their core. By far, Garfield took the role play the most seriously as he fully embodied his inner "virgin who can't drive." 

Driver took it in a different direction, though, as he became a hostile hottie with a burn book on his hands. (You can take the actor out of Star Wars, but you can't take Star Wars out of the actor... Will the real Kylo Ren please stand up?!)

Alicia Silverstone would be so proud, and maybe even shed a tear at their efforts. Watch all of the performances go down in the video, below.