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Petals On The Wind [DVD + Digital]

4.1 out of 5 stars 270 customer reviews

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PETALS ON THE WIND, a Lifetime(R) Original Movie based on the second book in V.C. Andrews's best-selling FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC trilogy, continues to follow the twisted plight of the Dollanganger family as they attempt to put their sordid past behind them. But, as they soon discover, certain secrets can't be left behind. When Cathy finds herself in an abusive relationship, Christopher and Cathy are forced to face their forbidden feelings. And as tragedy strikes again, Cathy returns to Foxworth Hall to confront her grandmother and seek revenge on her mother. Christopher runs to Cathy's side, and the two are determined to start over again -- together.

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  • Actors: Nick Searcy, Wyatt Nash, Heather Graham, Rose McIver, Bailey Buntain
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Lionsgate
  • DVD Release Date: September 16, 2014
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (270 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00KFNF17E
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,294 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The movie was based on the book by VC. Andrews. There are 5 books, "Flowers in the Attic", "Petals on the Wind", "If there be Thorns", "Seeds of Yesterday" and the prequel, "Gardens of the Shadows. "Petals on the Wind" is the second book. The movie is not exactly like the book, but close enough. The book "Petals on the Wind", picks up from where the children leave the attic and the family home.. The movie begins 10 years after the children leave the attic. The movie is about 3 children, Cathy, Chris, Carrie, who escaped from a horrible situation. Cathy, the dancer is strong, forceful and determined to get justice. Chris, the doctor is silent, handsome and devoted to Cathy. Carrie is sweet, needy and confused. They find a better life and careers at the home of a caring stranger, but they can never forget the past. They fight forbidden feelings, guilt, deep anger and unending pain. Cathy vows to destroy the mother, who threw them away. The movie had action, lust, hate and revenge.The movie does contain SEXUAL situations between blood relatives. The movie is rushed and chapters of the book are skipped in order to make the 2 hour timeline, but I liked it"
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I absolutely enjoyed this movie, I loved it! I have watched it four times in 6 days. The only thing I wished had changed about this movie id I wish it was longer or they had divided it up into two movies. I am excited to see If there be thorns and seedsof yesterday, I hope to see Rose McIver and Wyatt Nash together again on screen, they did an amazing job. They couldnt have cast a better Cathy and Christopher, the chemistry between them was amazing. I do wish they had shown more of Cathy and Christopher together, it is such a sick and twisted romantic love story, this movie is a must see!!!!
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This is the 2nd in a series of movies based upon the V.C. Andrews books about the Doppleganger family. Petals on the Wind was actually a bit better than Flowers in the Attic (first in the series) but it was really difficult for the movie makers to cram this entire book into a 2 hour movie - the story in the movie seems to fly by somewhat but it covers the important parts. The trailer of this movie gave away TOO much information - it was very long and covered about every dramatic detail of the movie so that kind of spoiled the movie just a bit. Another thing...if you haven't read the book, be aware that this story involves an incestual relationship between the two main characters. It couldn't be left out as this relationship is a huge part of the entire series of books. If you have younger folks watching this, I'd suggest a discussion before and afterwards just to make sure they understand what is happening. The Lifetime network has released a teaser promising movies following this one based on the next two books in the series -If There Be Thorns and Seeds of Yesterday. I'm looking forward to watching those two as well!
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I watched Flowers in the Attic on television, but couldn't Petals on the Wind. I'm kinda glad that I bought it. It's not bad. Heather Graham goes a little overboard on the scene chewing, but let's be honest it's Kathy's story. The actors that portrayed the three remaining kids were great.
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First, I read the book first so I'm doing a two-part review.

The movie alone:

Although I am biased by knowing the original story, I did feel the movie was only a 3-star film. It moved really quickly through the main events and I would have liked them to be explained a little more throughout. It was a rushed movie with many "years later" sections and I think, had I not read the book first, I would have been lost.

Now, for those who have read the book:

Not like the book! For this part, I'd give the movie a 1-star review. I completely understand needing to leave parts of the story out in order to fit the story into a film (though really, it should have been longer than 90 minutes) but the directors changed and added so much, it doesn't even feel like the right story. I felt that Cathy's character was weaker in the movie than in the book and I didn't like her as much, though they did give her a little fire towards the end.

Things that were different (SPOILERS):
1. Henny is not deaf.
2. Paul's funeral is the opening, so he doesn't even have a speaking part! He played a huge role throughout the story, so I was baffled to see them kill off his character before he even made an entrance.
3. Julian just seemed thrown in only for Cathy to have Jory. He was so naturally introduced in the novel that by the time he married Cathy, I was really on the fence on whether to hate or love him. In the movie, I just hated him for being the abusive guy Cathy ran to. Oh, and they threw in a "let's put glass in another dancer's shoes so Cathy can have the main role" and didn't give her talent any real focus. They made it seem like she only got roles in thanks to Julian, when really she held her own on stage.
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I had higher hopes for this movie, but I don't think it's as terrible as everyone makes it out to be. This is HARD book to make into a movie, same as Flowers. I didn't like it per say, but there are many movies far worse that fans adore (I'm not talking about Twilight before anyone thinks that). I have loved the books since I was in middle school (I'm 18 now). Personally I think they should have made it a series like HBO did for Game of Thrones.
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