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The movie starts off with the main character in school, I thinks she's 15? As soon as I realized they were creating a love story from a 15 year old girl and 26 year old man I was out. It was super cringe! Why is no one talking about how a twenty something cadet is attempting to find a bad guy targeting girls when he himself commits statutory rape with this child. Also, the actress hypes up her innocence in this movie, all puppy dog eyes and school girl uniform. F this movie. No thanks. Couldn't watch it after they had sex. It's 2020, we're better than this now.A better title would have been, "Nancy Drew amp; the Murderous Pedophile."I would give them credit for the plot, but the only way to fix the bad writing; bad acting; amp; excessively bad, ludicrous, character development, would be to drop the entire premise of a 17 yo girl being sexually involved with, not just a much older man, but a homicidal pedophile.Sorry for the spoiler, but it's just so patently obvious from the beginning it's not likely to hold many people's interest, anyway.Alicia Silverstone plays Mary, a goody two shoes, Catholic school girl, is obsessed with true crime and dreams of becoming a cop--like her father, who died in the line of fire. When the violent murder of a classmate's sister apparently points to a serial killer, Mary is determined to solve it, no matter what.Enter Tony (Kevin Dillion), a smart, handsome police cadet who wants to prove himself and get on the fast-track to detective. He indulges Mary's ambitions to solve the murder and over time, they slowly bond over both their share obsession to catch the killer.Okay, so some things to unpack with this B-movie with a mix of thriller, teenage angst, suspense, mystery, and a few other unexpected things. The plot feels obvious and it is in parts but there were a couple decent twists and turns to make you wonder what's goin on. It's your classic late 90s B-movie that's kind of so bad it's kinda great too.I think one of the things that doesn't work is having Silverstone portray a young, virginal, bookworm. Having an attractive actor playing a character who believes she's ugly is a dumb cliche. But the real issue is trying to infuse a 'coming of age' subplot with Tony, who is in his mid-twenties vs Mary, who's a senior in high school. It was a surprise in how that aspect of their relationship played out but it DOES serve a purpose...in that it cements Mary's emotional attachment to Tony even more and provides a plot twist. Sure, it could have been done differently and more effectively by not going down the Hollywood, steamy sex scene route but it worked for this plot/movie.It's not the greatest movie ever; however, I was entertained! Yes, I'm surprised by that too. And yes, there are several moments you just have to accept as implausible and go with it. Bill Nunn as a seasoned detective and friend of Mary's dad helped to give the movie al little more grit. The acting is decent. I find Silverstone to be rather one note but she did okay in this movie. Same for Dillion, who looks so different at that young age. You have to appreciate an attempt at a full, fully conceived plot though it sometimes got to clever for its own good but overall, worth at least one watch.This movie should have been labeled "Not intended for mature audiences." Maybe it would appeal to a 15-year-old girl, but it certainly didn't appeal to me. It was childish and not in the least bit believable. The plot was sappy and cheesy. Most of the acting was terrible. Who is going to believe that a teenage girl is smarter than the cops and would be able to solve a crime they couldn't? Having gone to an all-girls Catholic high school, I can say with certainty that the uniform skirts on those girls, which were barely covering their behinds, would not have been tolerated by the nuns. SPOILER ALERT question...Why would Tony take a chance on getting caught in the back seat of a car parked on the street while taking the virginity of Mary when his house with his bed was a mere few feet away? If you're a 15-year-old girl, have at it. Otherwise, don't waste your time.Good old fashion thriller. Silverstone's acting ability is superb!Too bad her career was cu!t short most likely because she refused to act in movies that she would require her to show her nakedness. Unlike so many of the movies made during that time. But now she is a mother AND AN ANIMAL ACTIVIST. Good for you girl. You rock! Nice to see a movie without Tamp;A- which was so ubiquitous during those years!
I saw this on TV first, read what it was about, but didn't get to watch it. So I looked up the movie on amazon and google to read reviews about it if it's worth buying and watching. I love mysteries whether from the old classics, 80's, 90's, and current. The killer was predictable and you pretty much know who did it the whole time!! This was good I give it overall 3.5-4/5 because it was a Nancy Drew kind of mystery, but there are some awkward sexual scenes which weren't expected, but it was a good mystery for the price I paid. The mother seemed oblivious the whole time, and didn't really know what her kids were up to?? Alicia Silverstone was great and sleuthing was her best suit in this suspense film. The ending was good for this summer suspense mystery ride. QIMOSHI 6 Pcs Tie Clips for Men Tie Bar Clip Set for Regular Tie Movies TV => Genre for Featured Categories => Drama we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible.
Mary Giordano is a bright, intelligent student who goes to a catholic school. She also has a addiction to mystery novels and detective magazines (hence the title of the movie), which inspire her to do her own detective work. When she starts snooping around on the case of a murderer of teenage girls, it gets her in hot water with her mentor Detective Jerry Gunn. But it also starts a team up with police cadet Tony Campbell. The two work together to find the murderer. But the closer Mary gets to solving the murder, the more danger she puts herself in of being the next victim.
Once in a while, studio heads actually make smart decisions. Kudos to whoever at Trimark screened this embarrassing, overwrought, underthought "mystery" and decided, "You know, we really don't need to let the American public see this," and immediately shipped it straight to video. Probably the one most pleased by the decision was Alicia Silverstone, who didn't need this type of thing getting a theatrical distribution and hurting her blossoming career. As for Kevin Dillon? Well, he was probably happy just to get a paycheck. Silverstone plays the teen Nancy-Drew-meets-Encyclopedia-Brown protagonist who teams up with fresh-faced police cadet Dillon to try to bag a serial killer who's been butchering teenage girls at traveling carnivals in various cities. Writer-director Pat Verducci packs his thriller with implausible detective work and numerous plot twists, all visible 20 minutes away. The "shock" ending can pretty much be figured out within the first act, leaving viewers another hour to watch Verducci concoct several amateur dream sequences, and explore a disgusting sexual relationship between Silverstone and Dillon. By the end, the question isn't so much "Whodunit?" as "Who cares?" --Dave McCoy