Action / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 81%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 77%
IMDb Rating 6.8 10 75940


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Nikki Reed as Evie Zamora
Evan Rachel Wood as Tracy Freeland
Jeremy Sisto as Brady
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by oc12311 10 / 10

Emotionally unforgettable

I've been reading through the comments on here, and I'm wondering if I watched the same movie as everyone else. I was honestly blown away by this film, and agree with every praise that the critics have given it.

I think it's silly to say that Tracy was one-dimensional at all. She clearly had so much built-up frustration towards her mother, and her mother's boyfriend. Evan Rachel Wood did a perfect job of conveying the slow inner-destruction of Tracy.

It's hard to believe that Nikki Reed had no experience before this film. She absolutely nailed the manipulative attitude of Evie, while also making the viewer like her.

Holly Hunter's absolutely blew me away. Aside from Charlize Theron in Monster, and Felicity Huffmann in Transamerica, I can't think of a better performance than Hunter's. You could actually see the terror and panic in her face as she watched her daughter slowly slip deeper and deeper into trouble.

The final scene in the movie with Wood and Hunter is one of the most powerful scenes I've ever seen. I definitely recommend this movie to anyone.

Reviewed by chas437 10 / 10

Brilliant Film, A Different Take

As many others have outlined in these reviews, this is a classic. This film is so effective, they show it to adolescent girls in schools across America.

The pitfalls for young girls in America today are many fold, as this film shows us.

I have slightly different tack.

What has happened to America such that a girl like Evie is the envy of every girl in the school? Or, could this only have happened in Los Angeles?

Intentionally or not, this film demonstrates how traditional family values in America have been subverted by a culture that sells 'Cool', 'Hip', and yes, multiculturalism at all costs. By traditional values, I'm not talking about church going, bible thumping, I'm talking about work ethic, valuing intelligence, desire for success, etc.

Whether or not it was the intention of the filmmakers, Evie and cohorts were behaving like young African American girls.

This film shows the issues that affect adolescent girls in America today, but it also exposes a cultural climate that is toxic for families trying to raise children with proper values.

This film is now 14 years old. Its become evident how this subversion and toxicity has affected a generation.

Reviewed by Niaz Islam Arif 1 / 10

Ridiculous Film

I was totally fooled by the rating, I genuinely don't get how this film have such a high rating. I have watched many teenager movies but none of them failed to portrait the teenager life as badly as this movie.

The script was ridiculous, as a result the screenplay turned to be a complete disaster. There was no character build ups, no strong background story. Things were simply happening without much context.

Hand-held camera or hand-held shooting is an art. What the cameramen did in this film is simply shaky camera work there was nothing artsy about it. Frankly the camera work bothered me a lot.

Lastly the acting seemed very amateur to me. Authentic acting is one thing but it was pure amateur work altogether. I could not find any single aspect of this film that I might like. Not worth your time.


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