Very Good Girls Reviews
Is it about the good girls? Looks like that way until the summer break before these two friends get going for the freshman year college. So they decide to lose their virginity, but they both fall for a same boy. Their's long standing friendship will be tested, the remaining film tells who lose the bet and how.
Good cast, but the story was from the Lily's perspective that played by Dakota Fanning. The boy and Elizabeth Oslen were kind of in the support roles. A simple love triangle story, but the actings were good. 'Little Birds', 'Ginger & Rosa', 'Violet & Daisy', 'Ghost World', 'Thirteen' name it. This kind of two thick friends theme is quite popular, but mostly average ones like this.
Well, it was not one of those movies of the year that I was expecting, so enjoyed what it provided in a limited scale. A few times I was annoyed too, for the turns in the narration, but the way it ended compromised my overall thought. This is a decent coming-of-age movie, which is not worth to suggest anyone openly, but you can give it a try if you get a shot.
It's basically a emo kid movie prior to leaving for college.
You have Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olsen as the two best friends. There acting capabilities were not stretched at all.
The movie is nothing that hasn't been seen before.
I would let this one go.
It is not suitable for the kiddies.
All in all a easy pay day for all involved other notable actors Demi Moore that plays a small role and Clark Greg from the Marvels Agent TV Series. This would be better in book form only.
But it's a nice story about friendship, maybe betrayal. Another slow-rolling drama and I'm typically a sucker for those.
I'm surprised by the low ratings, but at the same time, I can see how it's not a story that would interest everyone.
It's pretty much a coming of age story about two young girls and some of the bad choices a young girl can make.