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LOL 2012

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In a world connected by Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, Miley Cyrus stars as a teen girl navigating through the peer pressures of high school romance and friendship while dodging her protective mother (Demi Moore), in a fresh coming-of-age comedy.

Starring:
Jean-Luc Bilodeau, Douglas Booth
Runtime:
1 hour, 36 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Romance, Comedy
Director Lisa Azuelos
Starring Jean-Luc Bilodeau, Douglas Booth
Supporting actors Vivian Le Borgne, Bridget Brown, Jim Carrane, Woody Carter, Miley Cyrus, Felix Dayan, Sam Derence, Nora Dunn, Lina Esco, Trevor Fahnstrom, George Finn, Rebecca Finnegan, Alix Freihage, Lynnette Gaza, Gina Gershon, Ashley Greene, Jay Hernandez, Loretta Higgins
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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I really enjoyed this movie. I don't know what people are expecting when they see this movie. Are they expecting an Oscar worthy movie because this is not one of those. It's a fun movie, great music, interesting plot and great cast.

I feel like half of these reviews are just people hating on this movie simply because they don't like Miley or they're a parent who's all worried their kids are going to watch this. Sure maybe kids under 14 shouldn't watch this but it's not that serious. Just stop already. This movie is good. End of.
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I wasn't expecting a lot from "LOL" the new Miley Cyrus movie. It was panned by the critics everywhere and it was a box office failure, but I still watched it and I'm glad I did. The story is refreshing, the music is great and it stays to reality; also the characters are very relatable to anyone's friend circle: the two best friends, the "bitchy" girl, the guy friends and the good-looking guy.
I also liked the fact of the use of technology, which is a thing that moves teens nowadays and that's the way everybody stays in touch and it was well used for the plot.
I also liked the fact that they also gave Demi Moore some minutes for her character because it's so typical that in teen movies you only see the parents when they are home and you never get to know about their story, it's always about the teens, but not in this one.

If you're looking for a good teen movie, try LOL, it's not really something new, but you'll have a good time. Give it a chance
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I have watched Hannah Montana and loved Miley Cyrus ever since i was a kid because of that and I typically love all of her movies like The Last Song and all that stuff. This movie is actually a really good relatable film for someone my age at 17. it's about love and friendship and the parent child relationship. honestly i would recommend this movie to all my friends.
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Not the worst movie in the world, but Miley is a train wreck waiting to happen. Got this because "That Girl" star (from the old tv show) is in it, and was curious about seeing her after all these years. Otherwise, don't waste your money. No moral values portrayed, mother and daughter are both basically sluts, as much as I hate that word.
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By CryWolf854 on August 20, 2012
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What the hell was this movie about? This thing felt like a collection of short stories that went absolutely no where. They were just spliced together with no rhyme or reason.

LOL chronicles one school year in the lives of Lola (Miley Cyrus; The Last Song, "Hannah Montana") and her gaggle of bubble gum Teen Beat friends. They attend some unnamed high school whose population is only made up of the most absolutely beautiful teenagers on the planet and their days are spent in cliche filled montages set to a random pop song. The girls are the best of friends with the minor exception with the school bad girl Post It (a tragically underused Ashley Green; The Twilight Saga, The Apparition); the boys all have long hair they constantly flip in a "I don't care cause I'm a rebel bad boy whose actually a misunderstood good guy with a heart of gold" way; everyone walks in slow motion. They have parties, or one party when Lola's Mom (a desperate for a role Demi Moore; Mr. Brooks, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle) goes out of town for a weekend. They attend the Battle of the Bands, or A Band since we only see Chad's band(random Pretty Boy whose career will go no where except possibly rehab and a random Chris Brown assault charge) perform (badly), chat via Facebook, Twitter, and text about everything, and a quick, before you know it it's over like the rest of the pivotal moments in their lives trip to Paris all while navigating through the trials and tribulations of being a teenager (at least if your teen life is taken from any CW series of the last 16 years).

Meanwhile, Lola's Mom has trials of her own juggling two men in her life; Lola's Dad (a tragically underused Thomas Jane; The Punisher, "Hung") and Hot Cop (a tragically underused Jay Hernandez; Hostel, crazy/beautiful).
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I rented this before her infamous 2013 VMA sponge finger twerking antics, curious about the now-grown-up Miley Cyrus after family teens gushed about Hannah Montana. I wasn't impressed by anybody's acting, and coulda skipped paying for this.
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This movie was better than I expected. It was genuine; depicted a realistic relationship between mother and teenage daughter. Dipped into cliché (e.g. boy wants to be a musician, dad doesn't want him to...) but trip to France had good humor. Recommend it!
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By Chris on March 7, 2015
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This movie was unwatchable. The writing was bizarre and cringe-worthy, and the pacing was terrible. And, it's LONG. I watched it as a bad movie, and still had to take breaks every 15-20 minutes to keep myself sane.
There are much more fun bad movies to watch. I'd imagine, if you had this on Blu-Ray (and I'm definitely not encouraging you to buy it), the 1.5x function might make it a little more tolerable. If you're watching this as a bad movie, I'd say, just watch it until it starts dragging for you, then skip to when they go to France, then stop whenever it gets intolerable for you.
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