The In Crowd (2000)
The In Crowd (2000)
Critic Consensus: A dull, soapy potboiler that lacks the energy to qualify as a guilty pleasure, The In Crowd is undone by slow pacing, poor acting, and a stunning lack of originality.
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as Brittany Foster
as Adrien Williams
as Matt Curtis
as Dr. Henry Thompson
as Dr. Amanda Giles
as Bob Mead
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Critic Reviews for The In Crowd
Brittany is so obviously wicked, from the first glimpse we get of her, that there's nowhere for Ward to take her, except over the top.
The press release makes a "special request" to not reveal the ending. They didn't need to worry. Anyone over PG-13 age is going to know exactly where this movie is going long before it gets there.
The In Crowd isn't a movie, it's Gorgonzola, a crumbly summertime stinker veined with pop-cultural fungus.
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I will admit this movie isn't for everyone. This is a thriller with a killer twist at the end. The main character gets pushed and pulled in many directions and being apart of the IN crowd turns out violent in the end.
The In Crowd is the obligatory teen thriller done with a twist and lots of sex appeal. A cute blonde and possible psycho (Lori Heuring) is released from the local girls' hospital for a work program at a posh club. Before she knows it the club queen and head hottie, Brittany (Susan Ward - with a skeleton in the closet) has taken her under her wing. But when the new girl crosses Britney, there's hell to pay as all of a sudden some pesky "accidents" and mysterious killings start bothering the club. Could darling, mysterious Brittany be the real crazy woman? The movie is filled with sexy bodies doing sexy things and there was this one scene when two of the "In Crowd" girls started to make moves on each other. Unfortunately the PG-13 got in the way and spoiled the fun. Dang!
Not at all interesting!
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