‘Cherry’ (Original title: ‘About Cherry’)

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 plays Angelina, a teen from a broken home, dying to escape her seemingly doomed life.

After breaking up from her boyfriend, Angelina runs away from home with her best friend Andrew (played by ‘Slumdog Millionaire’s ) in tow and set up a new life in San Francisco.

Angelina soon meets a charming drug-addicted lawyer, Frances () who she falls for while beginning her first role in the adult film industry.

 plays Margaret, the likeable filmmaker who directs Angelina in her first adult film and develops a sweet spot for the young girl to the dismay of her long-term girlfriend, Jillian ()

While the acting is good, what this film doesn’t portray is much conflict with Angelina and her porn acting job.  While there is plenty of conflict with Angelina and all her relationships around her, ie. her mother, boyfriend and best friend, Angelina’s transition into the adult film world is conveyed to seem so “easy” and “natural” for her.

The ending was also a let down, which seemed extremely abrupt, jumping several weeks/months or years (which is still unclear to me) within one scene.

Overall, the film engages you with characters you automatically care about.  Full of character conflict but not very rich on plot.

6/10

 

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Edge of Tomorrow (2014)

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Featuring  and , this may at first seem like the typical Hollywood popcorn blockbuster and in some cases it is, but what counts the most is quality, and this film has just that.

Cruise plays Cage, an officer that despite his wishes gets forced into battle with the aliens and after coming in contact with alien blood, Cage finds himself waking up and reliving his whole day again every time he dies.

At a lost with what is happening to him, Cage enlists the help of a special warrior, Rita (Blunt), known for her successful fight against the aliens before.

Rita and Cage forge forces and plan ways to outsmart the aliens utilizing Cage’s current but temporary ability to rewind and relive the day.

With hints of ‘Source Code’ and of course ‘Groundhog Day’, there are familiar elements to this film, but the execution is top notch and will demand your attention throughout.

8.5/10

 

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Hellion

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If you need just one reason to watch this film, first time actor  is it.

Wiggins plays Jacob Wilson, a rebellious teen who after the loss of his mother, struggles with life with his father Hollis () and little brother Wes ().

When Jacob includes Wes in his delinquent antics, child services investigate the Wilson household and remove Wes from Hollis’s custody.  Wes gets placed with his aunt Pam () and Jacob finally starts to realize the consequences to his actions.

Determined to get his family back, Jacob puts his energy into winning the local motocross contest.  When his efforts fail him, he goes into more extreme measures where violence snowballs and Jacob is left fleeing from the law.

A remarkably acted and crafted film that leaves you feeling the pain of the flawed characters long after the credits roll.

9/10

 

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