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According to Greta [Reino Unido] [DVD]

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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Both humorous and emotional 24 de mayo de 2016
Por Leonard - Publicado en
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When I ordered this, I thought that it was yet another teeny bopper movie. However, it touched on many adult themes.

Duff stars as an annoying, rebellious, and bipolar (?) teenager. After her mom grows weary of her antics, she gets sent to New Jersey to spend the summer with her grandparents (BTW: I loved all of the snide remarks about Jersey, especially considering the fact that I work there...). She acts disrespectful to them. Her grandpa, who's somewhat of a pushover, tolerates it while her grandma isn't having that (If I talked that way to my parents or grandparents then they'd take a belt and whoop my behind).

Greta got a job as a waitress and mouthed off to her customers (I'm seriously perplexed as to why she wasn't fired). While at the restaurant, she met Julie (I never heard of a guy named Julie- that's a female name). Julie, who spent time in juvie, was a little rough around the edges. After he becomes aware of her plan to commit suicide, he tried to talk her out of it. A funny scene was when Greta introduced Julie to her grandparents. Even before she knew that Julie was an ex-con, it was clear that her grandma was apprehensive of a black male.

After a stunt in which Greta pretends to attempt suicide, her grandma suffered a heart attack. Then, her mom arrived and threatened to send her to boot camp. It was later revealed that Greta was acting out because she misses her dad, who tragically took his own life. She also wanted to commit suicide since she was afraid of getting old and wanted to live life to the fullest while she was young. Furthermore, her mom has animosity towards her grandparents due to the fact that they kicked her out of the house for abusing drugs.

This is definitely an enjoyable movie, but it requires somewhat of a suspension of disbelief. A petite white girl is really going to ride a bike through Asbury Park in short shorts by herself at night and not get raped or mugged? A waitress who's totally obnoxious isn't going to get fired? And her grandma forgave her after she nearly caused her to die?
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Another Budding Showcase for Evan Ross 2 de julio de 2010
Por L. Boki - Publicado en
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Somewhere between the screenplay and Ms. Duff's performance in the first half of the movie, the power of this film is almost undermined. Miss Duff, as Executive Producer, clearly found the story appealing. However, it takes a closer look to fully appreciate the winning qualities of this endeavor. Miss Duff seems unclear how to embrace the role. Should she portray the character's youthful recklessness as a reflection of what her audience would expect? Or will she allow the role to provide her with the bridge she seems to be searching for from teen idol to serious actress?. The script is slow to reveal where the movie's gravitas lies. That is part of its problem because the writer (s) are not completely comfortable in taking a bold leap with the story. That cautiousness places the movie just right above a "movie of the week" television fare. The addition of Ms. Burstyn and Ms. Leo also gives the movie breeding.

While this movie was built around Hillary Duff, the bright, sparkling career of Evan Ross continues to shine through. In his first semi-romantic lead, Evan's character, Julie, is mature, remorseful and loving. Ms. Duff may have thought that this "bad girl" role would be an opportunity for her to stretch and move into more adult roles. Instead, she comes off looking like a spoiled, undeserving brat. In one of the first more arresting scenes, when she callously reveals how Julie (Evan Ross) learned to cook, it is Evan Ross that pulls the scene up and gives Ms. Duff's "Greta" more substance to play off of. The Academy Award winning actress, Ellen Burstyn, seems a little uncomfortable in the role of her grandmother. Perhaps that is intentional. The affection shared between her and her husband, as seniors still capable of loving, is unique in cinema today.

Evan Ross has an impressive resume of films (25) in some stage of development/production. He has such an ease on camera that it is rather mundane to state, but he looks like a natural on screen. Here he gets to emote in a different way than his previous other (6) roles. His youthfulness limits the types of roles that he gets to play so to see him show another side of a teen developing into a young man, is refreshing.

In only a manner of time, there is undoubtedly a full starring role for him waiting in the wings. He has taken on some solid supporting roles in his previous works ("Life Support", "Gardens of the Night", "Pride", "ATL", etc.). He is now clearly ready for the camera to focus solely on his amazing talents.

He literally steals the show in this affecting role. The movie could have taken the traditional path but it makes an effective, if not, startling progression. His eyes are those classic "Ross" eyes and he clearly has inherited his mother's natural abilities on screen.

He is just a moment away from that break through role. "ATL" is in constant replay on BET and TVONE. "Life Support" has gotten a strong amount of airplay on HBO. So his face is becoming more and more familiar.......out of all the movies on his slate, that breakthrough role is sitting, waiting to be enjoyed by his building fan base and those ready to discover an amazing new talent, one, Mr. Evan Olaf Ross-Naess.

Thanks to the appearances and performances from Ellen Burstyn, Melissa Leo and Mr. Ross, the movie earns another viewing. Though it never got a full theatrical run, it deserves a closer look as a rental, if only to watch the fascinating development of Evan Ross.
2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas excellent in this role with very little to work with 9 de agosto de 2014
Por kybrdplyr - Publicado en
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Boo! Hilary Duff plays a character who, by turns, is disrespectful, spoiled, belligerent, insensitive and impossible WITHOUT any underlying projection of context so that we can empathize with her road to self-ruin. We don't learn until too late in the film why she might be this way. Her mother is simplistically condemning, her step father clueless and her erstwhile boyfriend the only character worth saving. Of course, I will never fault a single performance by Ellen Burstyn who is, as always, excellent in this role with very little to work with. Otherwise, I would say, there is enough teenage angst films out there that are good to spend anytime watching this one.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great movie with a realistic plotline and characters that are ... 10 de diciembre de 2016
Por Klove13 - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Saw it on TV a while back and had to buy it. Great movie with a realistic plotline and characters that are easily relatable. Love Hilary Duff since her Lizzie McGuire days and really was surprised at how well she played her character who is completely opposite of the awkward, fun and sweet Lizzie character. Awesome movie!
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great movie 10 de octubre de 2016
Por Caprice S. - Publicado en
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First the movie came fast. N I also love the movie. It should be played for teenagers now days. First lesson learned.

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