Screen Media Films | Release Date: March 13, 2009
5.6
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MMApr 21, 2009
The WORST movie I've seen in a long time! We laughed all the way through it and it's not a comedy. The eating scenes ... I mean ALL scenes were eating scenes and were just nauseating. Bruce Dern even dropped scrambled eggs out of The WORST movie I've seen in a long time! We laughed all the way through it and it's not a comedy. The eating scenes ... I mean ALL scenes were eating scenes and were just nauseating. Bruce Dern even dropped scrambled eggs out of his mouth while talking at breakfast. Everything was awkward - the camera angles were terrible during the "love" scene. The "meat" references were plentiful and we even thought some savvy film crew member added some secret "getting your meat on" messages via refrigerator magnets at the end of the movie. YUCK! The whole movie was terrible and grossed me out! Note: You don't need eating or nauseating awkward sex scenes in EVERY scene if you have a plot to the movie! I can't think of one redeeming feature of this movie, except we got to laugh in derision throughout. Laughing is good for you, they say. Expand
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LeifDApr 14, 2009
Kristen Stewart delivers a compelling performance as a terminally ill teen is this otherwise lackluster film. Stewart's portrayal is first rate and deserving of award nominations but will likely be overlooked due to the overall Kristen Stewart delivers a compelling performance as a terminally ill teen is this otherwise lackluster film. Stewart's portrayal is first rate and deserving of award nominations but will likely be overlooked due to the overall reception of this sleeper. Apart from Stewart's character, everyone else in the film remains two dimensional and uninteresting, never earning the respect of the audience or even the other characters. Expand
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