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Girls Against Boys 2013

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3.4 out of 5 stars (67) IMDb 4.8/10

Two female bartenders, (Danielle Panabeker and Nicole LaLiberte) are assaulted. Rather than wait for the law, they take matters into their own hands. A story of lust, anger, and revenge.

Starring:
Nicole LaLiberte, Danielle Panabaker
Runtime:
1 hour, 33 minutes

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Genres Drama, Thriller, Horror
Director Austin Chick
Starring Nicole LaLiberte, Danielle Panabaker
Supporting actors Matthew Rauch, Liam Aiken, Caroline Lagerfelt, Reyna de Courcy, Andrew Howard, Marlo Marron, Sophia Perez, Nicholas Maccarone, Vitoria Setta, Michael Stahl-David, Will Brill, Carmine DiBenedetto, Suzie Cho, Kelvin Hale, James Ortiz, Makenzie Leigh, Dennis Leonard Johnson, Raul Casso
Studio Anchor Bay
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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Format: DVD
Shae (Danielle Panabaker) is a student who studies male fantasies and how they view women as objects. She is hurt by an older male boyfriend who patches things up with his separated wife for the sake of his three year old daughter. Distraught, Shae is taken under the wing of a somewhat psychotic Lulu or Lu (Nicole LaLiberte) a woman straight out of a Billy Joel song..."She can carelessly cut you and laugh while you're bleeding."

On the rebound, she goes out with Lu and gets involved in a situation where "No" doesn't carry any meaning. With the aid of Lulu, they go on a killing spree, after which you wonder where this movie will go. Unlike so many films in this genre, it smartly brings it home.

The film brought to mind "Shame" and "Compliance" two recent films sold as being "disturbing and thought provoking" which are nothing more than perv films. This one is the opposite. It is sold as a perv film, but is really more thought provoking as it looks into psyche of sexes and the way they view each other and what women would do if they could get away with it.

This film ignores plot continuity points such as body disposal, clean up, or the police investigating the homicides. This is a theme driven film, not plot driven.

This is a soft 5 star rating. Most people won't like it. I enjoyed the small clever aspects of this film. The slow motion scene of the smoke leaving the gun, or the young girl riding by with vampire teeth as a way to say, "what roles are we subconsciously teaching our children." The policeman with the straw irritatingly sipping from a cup. Lu speaking at the Tarantino restaurant "explaining" the film theme. At the end there is a small insert of Lulu smoking a cigarette that brought the film home. Bravo Austin Chick for making a feminist slasher film into a subliminal art work. I appreciate what you did.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, off screen rape, sexual scenes, nudity (Nicole LaLiberte)
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Format: Blu-ray
Girls Against Boys was a Clever film that from the trailer leads you to believe it's another "I Spit On Your Grave" or "Last House on The Left",it even co stars Andrew Howard who plays the Sheriff in "I Spit On Your Grave" but what we get is much smarter and will not be as satisfying to the hard core slasher fan.
This film is more thought provoking and has less gore. Although there are some moments that are pretty hard core most of the brutalizing is done off camera and left to your imagination which at times can be more effective.Myself, I prefer to see the gore as I am an avid slasher fan. Even so I was not disappointed in this film and found it to be very entertaining.

Throughout the film I kept thinking where is this really going? It's plays quite ambiguously,I got this feeling from act one in a scene where Nicole LaLiberte who plays Lu glanced in a bathroom mirror but even with that it didn't end up where I thought it would which I believe is a good thing,I hate for a film to be predictable.

Again, much of it is subjective but effective all the same.The stand out actor in my opinion was Nicole LaLiberte who was excellent as Lu a true sociopath in every sense of the word.
Her Samurai costume was very effective as was Danielle Panabaker's mouse costume which played out in the third act,Oh the Irony in that.
I would recommend this to anyone who want's to see a smart film with a few bits of effective gore.I would not recommend it to the stalk and slash set.
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Format: DVD
With a name like Girls Against Boys you might be expecting a somewhat tongue-in-cheek, over the top romp but that’s (unfortunately) not what we get. What we get instead is a decidedly downbeat, girl power/men are pigs revenge film that mostly fails to explain its motivations and fails to captivate the viewer. The usually enjoyable Danielle Panabaker (Piranha 3DD, The Ward) plays shy college student Shae, whose affair with a married man comes to an end when he breaks things off, attempting to patch up his relationship with his wife. Now, given the state of marriage in this country we should be applauding the man for making the attempt to keep his family together but no. Director Austin Chick uses this event instead to have Shae and a psycho friend go on a killing spree against men they feel have wronged them.

Depressed over the break up, Lu takes Shae out on the town where they meet several men in a club, after a lot of heavy drinking and provocative dancing, and go with them back to their apartment. One eventually walks Shae home but ends up forcing himself on her, sexually assaulting the young student. When Shae tells Lu what happened they decide to get their revenge. But this is no “I Spit on Your Grave” style of revenge film where the culprits are so despicable you’re only too happy to see them get their just desserts. Instead, most of the men killed here are not guilty of anything other than being born a man.

In order to track down the boy who raped Shae they arrive at the apartment of his friends to get his address, whereupon they shoot the two men who had no hand in or knowledge of the assault. But hey, all men deserve it right? Later they abduct the man who broke up with Shae but despite the pleas for his wife and daughter he gets shot anyway.
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I think the only good scenes in this movie are when the red head is in them, she really is believable as a sociopath. What I don't really like is a lot of the killing becomes pointless and how easily the blonde model we're supposed to believe is a college student/bar tender accepts the casual murders her new friend commits in front of her. I usually like revenge films in the horror genre because I'm a woman who's been wronged and it's kind of cathartic to watch people who remind you of the men who hurt you get theirs but this one didn't sit well with me. I didn't see most of the men as deserving victims and I didn't buy the plot whatsoever. I'm only saying it's ok because of the redhead sociopath who has a sparkle in her eyes and at the same time seems detached and disconnected.
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