I was bored one afternoon and was compelled by the title and description of this movie listed On Demand via Comcast. The characters are extremely well developed and portrayed, very good writing, and despite the shocking outcome the story is believable which makes it even more intense. Not cliché or predictable, except in that you know something bad must happen to these kids. If not for the extreme language and violence, I would want to show kids this movie to shock them out of the urban "being cool" drug and "yo-yo-wassup" scene. Having been around some younger people and hearing that they do in fact talk like this, and even act like this sometimes - it's a little too believable that something like this has or will happen. You really want to hate some of these kids and young adults. Warning: not for the faint of heart or something to see on an already depressing Sunday afternoon. But if you like intelligent, intense movies I recommend this one.
Two suburban girls fall victims of a rude, but harmless, prank by some boys whose origins are not clear, but the girls think they are from Philadelphia. Rumours make "almost rape" from the ...
August 4, 2020