Girl

2020

Thriller

197
IMDb Rating 4.8 10 39

Synopsis


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Cast

Bella Thorne as Olivia
Chad Faust as Charmer
Mickey Rourke as Peter
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824.98 MB
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English 2.0
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23.976 fps
92 min
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English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
92 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Draysan-Jennings 5 / 10 / 10

Daddy..

If Mickey Rourke wasn't casted in this film I never would of checked it out. Although I did think the film was corny at times, he definitely made the movie watchable. Bella Thorne's acting was hit and miss. In some scenes she was great and in others not so much. The daddy daddy daddy coming out of her mouth every five minutes became annoying. Also, how the hell did she get the blood stains off of her sweater? I thought the film score was great, I just didn't find the music playing in the bar scenes believable. No way some dive bar in some hick town is listening to indie hipster music. All in all the film did tie together in the end. Not something I'd recommend but I wouldn't say it was a waste of time. 5 stars

Reviewed by markhappyboy 5 / 10 / 10

Loved it!

This is a real gem of a movie, I really enjoyed it ! Scored it a 7

Reviewed by arungeorge13 5 / 10 / 10

A watchable thriller with some solid action and a predictable plot! [+51%]

The unnamed protagonist (Bella Thorne) takes a trip to her dad's place (a quiet, seedy town named Golden) to confront (and possibly murder) him. Apparently, he has been terrible to her mother, apart from being generally absent in their lives. But it looks like someone was a step ahead of her as she finds dad murdered in his barn. Now, she wants answers. For easier storytelling purposes, Girl meets everyone she's supposed to en route to her dad's home and at a local bar afterward. There's the bartender who means well for her, a prostitute who probably knew her dad, and a random guy trying to strike up a conversation about saving her daughter and leaving town. The most intriguing scene in the film arrives so randomly and it takes place at a laundromat with Charmer (played by the writer-director of the film himself, Chad Faust, in what seems like a brilliant call) looking to hit on Girl. The action here is well-staged and a couple of delicious twists follow. By now, it becomes obvious that the film shines when it gets action-heavy while the in-between expository scenes are less compelling. Thorne's curious act works to an extent, especially when she isn't reacting to a twist. There's some physicality involved, and for that, I'd give her a thumbs up. Mickey Rourke looks almost unrecognizable (especially the first time he shows up, in a fleeting scene) but manages to make his county sheriff character macho enough. Faust seems to have added a few scenes (like the guy at the bar, and another scene where Girl sees a playful dad and daughter) just to stir emotions. Few contrivances (and predictable plotting) aside, this isn't the worst thriller you'll see. It's a perfectly serviceable piece of cinema that wouldn't feel like a waste of time.

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