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I can't believe I didn't just shut if off. Just horrible.
Unless watching old jews and the lead spic "get lucky" with pre-teen girls. (gross)
Feminists say females should determine what gender they want to be their se xual activity and even abortion ,,even those well under 18 years of age so then you get this film and bam all the crying and whining b/c darn it these females in the movie are le sbians but are ( yech!) attracted to males
Very, very compelling. Some of it felt wrong and made me feel uneasy, but even those parts were dwarfed by my total respect for the risky and genre-breaking directions that this film goes. It will leave you pondering (and not pondering sex scenes). It’s that unique.
Easily one of the worst (just downright fucking awful) movies I've seen. Wew.
Very compelling, couldn't stop watching once the movie started.
Tienes sus (pocos) momentos, en general prescindible.
It's like a porn film without actual sex. Shitty plot and a poor ending.
I think I put this on My List based solely on the cover. Some good nudity occurs primarily thanks to Sam Waterson's daughter but there's really nothing else to see here.
Although it doesn't quite live up to its premise, it's still a risky movie that pays off. It's terrible ending and somewhat rushed conclusion is the only thing holding this back.
Babysitters sounds like it would be a raunchy movie, and while a few scenes are, for the most part it is just a tale of friendship, finding yourself and making tough decisions. The idea is rather unique and fun to watch unfold, but soon the drama gets stacked on heavy and relationships are strained and things get crazy. The main girl and the main Dad played by John Leguizamo were great to watch interact but the other characters were all fairly forgettable. The plot played out predictably except for something at the end that were a little surprising. I enjoyed the film at times but the sometimes slow pacing and weak characters made this one a below average film.