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Accused at Seventeen (Accused at 17) (2009)





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An innocent teenage prank plunges three high school girls into a world of chaos after the target of their torment turns up dead, and the police seek the evidence needed to charge them with murder. Bianca is furious. Her boyfriend has been going out with Dory behind her back, and now it's time to make the other girl pay. With the help of her best friends Fallyn and Sarah, Bianca lures Dory far from home, and abandons her in the middle of nowhere. Soon thereafter, the local police discover Dory's body on the outskirts of town, and race to catch her killer. When the time comes for someone to take the fall, growing tensions between the three girls lead to a cover-up that quickly turns deadly.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Mystery & Suspense, Drama
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Written By: Ken Sanders, Christine Conradt
On DVD: Aug 2, 2011
MTI Home Video


Nicole Gale Anderson
as Bianca Miller
Barbara Niven
as Claire Werner
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"Accused at 17" is everything that you expect from a Lifetime Original Movie. Melodramatic story, mediocre acting, and an addictive quality that won't let you turn it off once you've gotten a half hour into the story. The story begins with a teen whose boyfriend cheats on her. It progresses to the teen's friends accidentally murdering the girl while trying to teach her a lesson. The rest of the film focuses on a series of lies told in order to keep their secret. There are a lot of bothersome production moments, like the fact that we never see the murdered girl's parents (even when they are at her house) and the cheating boyfriend awkwardly trying to apologize. Also, the overly boisterous cops and the completely absurd ending. But sometimes you just have to shrug and say "It's a Lifetime Original Move." The kids acted better than the adults (probably because we have a higher expectation for adults. Barbara Niven, William Moses, and Lindsay Taylor seemed like they walked directly off of a soap opera set, but I actually really enjoyed Nicole Gale Anderson's performance. Not in an Oscar way, but in a "you fit your typical teen character well" way. I turned on "Accused at 17" knowing exactly what I was getting into and, as long as you have that expectation, you'll enjoy this over dramatic story and be curious to see how it ends.

I got this movie at Redbox not knowing it was a Lifetime Channel movie until I looked it up on the internet.If I'd known then I would've never gotten it.It really suprised me that it was a better movie then I ever expected.When I 1st started watching I thought it was gonna be a lame movie about some dumb rich girls who get caught up in a murder but I noticed as it went along, I got more & more into it.Accused At 17 isn't a movie I'd tell somebody to go out & watch but it's worth watching once

Brody Manson

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This movie made me want to jump into the screen, and slap EVERYONE, especially the mother of the accused. Everyone would be telling her off, and accusing her daughter, and she would just sit there, with a stupid look on her face. Not once did these dimwits TELL THE POLICE about the other two girls. The mother of the accused had the ugliest mouth I have ever seen on a woman. Her blank stare was annoying. The mean girl's mom needed to be beat, while holding her martini glass. Would parents really cover up for their murdering kids like in this movie? My mother would of pulled my hair out by the roots, and kicked me in the vagina if I would of acted like these little cunts did. Horrible acting. The murderer in the movie looked about 25 years old, not 17. The accused was a smart-ass little bitch. Actually the victim in the movie deserved to have her skinny ass beat to a pulp, but not killed. She was a ho! Just saying......

Laurie M.
Laurie Mendiola

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