Love Me

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Sixteen-year-old Melissa Kennedy has been missing for almost three months and the town of Ridgedale is coming unhinged. Sylvia Potter (Lindsey Shaw of ''Pretty Little Liars'' and ''Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide'') wants so badly to be in love. Then sexy, quiet, rich kid Lucas Green (Jamie Johnston of ''Degrassi: The Next Generation'') transfers to Hampton Prep and the sparks fly - despite the warnings of almost every friend in her circle. But what seems like a love story hits a major twist when the police begin an investigation into Lucas' involvement in the Melissa Kennedy case. What really happened to Melissa and how long can Lucas and Sylvia's relationship last in the face of this mystery? Jean-Luc Bilodeau (''Baby Daddy'' and ''Kyle XY'') and Kaitlyn Leeb (Total Recall) co-star in this intense thriller.

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Lindsey Shaw
as Sylvia Potter
Jamie Johnston
as Lucas Green
Jean-Luc Bilodeau
as Harry Townsend
Peter Skagen
as Detective Fitzgerald
Kristina Elliott
as Kristina Elliott
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  • Nov 14, 2016
    Nice twist - totally unexpected ending.
    Erin C Super Reviewer
  • Jan 15, 2013
    "Isn't she a bit too old to play high schooler?" Was my first thought when I saw Shaw getting dressed in the opening. It's Nancy Drew with Shadow of a Doubt, and a whole lot of bad actors. The story line is so predictable, If they actually read the script, they probably wouldn't want to be in this film. The choice of music was terrible in this film, however the characters seemed to enjoy it? It really confuses me. I did try to look at the positive aspects of the film, like camera works, and... that's about it. The film tried to incorporate many genres at once: Mystery, Thriller, Romance, Coming of Age, Crime. Instead of making a blended cocktail, you got a multiple layered non-alcoholic shot. I really didn't know where the film was going, what type of audience was the film aiming at, teenagers? Well, I certainly cannot relate to this film, and I did not understand the PG-13 rating, it kills the film. Also the film has constant mood swings.
    Sylvester K Super Reviewer

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