One of the most memorable scenes in beloved 1995 comedy “Clueless” is the classroom speech delivered by Cher Horowitz (Alicia Silverstone) addressing the issue of immigration, in which she reminds her classmates that “it does not say RSVP on the Statue of Liberty.”

But what if that speech had been delivered by someone other than Silverstone, say, “Hacksaw Ridge” star Andrew Garfield or Adam Driver of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”?

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That’s the premise underlying this hilarious “Casting Call” video from W magazine, in which Garfield, Driver, Lucas Hedges (“Manchester By the Sea”) and Alden Ehrenreich (soon to be seen playing young Han Solo in the upcoming “Star Wars” prequel) each put their unique spins on Cher’s soliloquy.

So which of the four actors makes the best Alicia Silverstone? Draw your own conclusions by watching the video above — and then compare and contrast with the original, below:

By the way, this talented quartet of actors aren’t the first ones to “audition” by delivering the iconic “Clueless” speech. Last year, W magazine asked Seth Rogen, Jake Gyllenhaal, Bradley Cooper and Paul Dano to perform the same speech. Watch: