Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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The subject matter, alienation of two girls who kill for fun, is significant, and the film is well acted, especially by Alicia Witt, but the director's approach and visual style are incoherent
The murder is one of the most upsetting things I've ever seen in a film, and I've seen it all.
Witt is so natural it's hard to believe her lines were scripted
Heavenly Creatures meets Natural Born Killers in this story of two misfits who cement their unnaturally close bond with an act of murder. Well-acted, but the script seems familiar and the direction is show-offishly busy.
A superb film. Two girls, Hillary and Bonnie become best friends for a day, and go on spree of fun - ending up with the murder of a nice old lady. This is intercut with black and white footage of them in a juvenile detention centre, being interviewed by a reporter and a psychologist. It really gets in depth with the girl's personalities. Hard to watch the murder scenes. Quite interesting how lost these girls are in their fun.
I bought this blind on VHS a few years ago as a fan of Alicia Witt. This is a superior, superbly acted and interestingly shot teen flick, and kind of works as a companion piece to "Thirteen". Ignore the dodgy DVD cover art and give it a go - most online stores sell it for under 10 bucks so how can you go wrong?
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