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Josephine takes a liking to a boy named Jesse (Tyler Blackburn). Of course the head plastic (Kelcie Stranahan) doesn't like Josephine because her ex-bf is hitting on her too.
It isn't hard to figure out what is going to happen, if it didn't there wouldn't be a film.
The movie has a made for TV quality to it, down to the cliche script, second tier acting, and cheap soundtrack.
Ana, who was an artist in the film, sings a song during the closing credits to my surprise. Clearly this film was designed to showcase her talents. Too bad the script didn't support her. Teen movie all the way.
PARENTAL GUIDE: No f-bombs, sex, or nudity.
The acting itself in parts could have been better. Probably, the best I thought was Jeremy Sumpter performance.
It is not a big-budget movie so the actual filming is not spectacular, but I think it was good enough.
Overall, a watchable movie.
SPOILERS DO NOT READ IF YOU DON'T WANT IT SPOILED
So "Jo" as we know her is in the protection program, due to some mafia stuff Jo is now a key witness to a trial. So until the trial happens "Jo" is whisked away to somewhere with "more cows than actual people". okay seems ok so far.
problem #1. the 3 cliched "popular blonde girls" everything about them is annoying. to make it quick and simple the lead blonde girl is jealous of Jo because of an ex-boyfriends interest in Jo. Now commence cliched ganging up on the new kid. Now does Jo have some cool come back to dumb cliched blonde girls that are in every movie. No. She just uses simple "leave me alone" lines.
oh but the main blonde girl is supposed to be first in her class.... with a 3.9 GPA [Apparantly the producers have never heard of honors and AP classes, Like where an Ap class can range from 5-6 depending on where you live]
So even though Jo's life is in danger and she isn't supposed to do anything that could give her away, She decides to send someone from her past flowers on her birthday [which is of course how the "bad guys" find her] which is so infuriatingly stupid I want to punch her. Like "oh it's dangerous to talk to anyone who used to know me, but it's their BIRTHDAY something so important, I should definitely risk my life for it!!!"
And in her cover story she lived in Chicago but it's insulting to the police who would have trained her because Jo doesn't take the time to learn anything about the city she was supposed to have lived in. So when people ask her about where she used to live, she just gives a blank look.Read more ›
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