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The less than impressive direction and editing is noticeable, as are the enormous number of cheesy cliches, but in spite of this, I enjoyed Wild Child for it's performances, script, delivery of dialogue and some of it's jokes.
A boring, shallow mess that uses to many stereotypes to be useful. What does this film try to prove? That inside every clever, balanced girl there is a crazed shopping freak? Do we want children to think this? No.
The story, bratty rich kid goes to boarding school and learns that life isn't all diamonds and caviar, has been done better and you'll get absolutely nothing new here. Emma Roberts, however, looks spectacular in her natural hair color and reminds me more of her aunt all the time. The supporting characters help make this palatable. Average movie.
Emma Roberts is reallyy prettyy..... I like her in blond or brunette, both color fit her just fineee, i spent my entire teenage life watching this kind of movie and untill this late 20's i still enjoy it, it never bored me although i know very well how it'll end.. Poppy is a rebellious teenager and always gets her dad angry so she was sent to a boarding school in England! Just like any other kids/teenage she just need people who cares and support her and turns out that Poppy is a smart kid, value friendship and talented ^^
Surprisingly it's not that bad of a teen film and I thought it to be quite entertaining. Some of the lines made me laugh and it didn't hold back from the whole idea of 'sex' which I find that more and more films like this are shying away from. It's silly and witty which is a perfect combination for a tween romantic comedy and Emma Roberts and Alex Pettyfer were quite good together. All in all, It's an average film that will give you a few laughs and something tweens might enjoy.