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Poison Ivy: The Secret Society

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Poison Ivy 4: The Secret Society (DVD)

After the death of her parents and the end of a turbulent relationship, Danielle "Daisy" Brooks enrolls in a prestigious New England college to start a new life. Instantly targeted by the elite Ivy Society on campus, Danielle seems well on her way to escaping the ghosts of her past. But soon as mysterious murders begin to happen on campus, Danielle is plunged into a world of secrets and danger, all of which seem to be leading back to the Ivy Society.

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  • Actors: Miriam McDonald, Agam Darshi, Ryan Kennedy, Crystal Lowe, Lindsay Maxwell
  • Directors: Jason Hreno
  • Writers: Liz Maverick, Peter Sullivan
  • Producers: Lindsay MacAdam, Kevin Kasha, Kirk Shaw
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Full Screen, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: New Line Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: January 20, 2009
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001LMU1NC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,741 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Poison Ivy: The Secret Society" on IMDb

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The fourth installment in the poison ivy series, although it has little in common with the previous aside from name.

The main protagonist is Danielle "Daisy" Brooks played by Miriam Mcdonald, better known as Emma Nelson on Degrassi: the Next Generation. While the main antagonist is Azalea Berges best known as Icebook from the movie Little Giants. Yes they've both matured nicely.

There is only two essential male characters, Professor Andrew Graves and his son Blake Graves.

The basis plot is about how simple farm girl Daisy who is a straight A student gets a scholarship to a prodigious academy leaving behind her simple farm life and simple farm boyfriend.

Meanwhile Azela who is a high ranking member of the exclusive Ivys, essentially an all female mafia, is trying to get an internship with the academy. She is willing to do anything to get it even going as far as sleeping with Blake just to find out if there is any competition.

When she finds out Daisy got it she has her initiated into the society in order to take control of her. It's not long before Daisy realizes that she's a pawn in a much bigger game. I don't won't to spoil it, but the ending leaves much to be desired.

The character of Daisy is not well fleshed out. Very little is known about her and the death of her parents. Also at the beginning she has a boyfriend and yet she has no problem sleeping with Blake and on the first date. Even worse she's back with her boyfriend at the end.

Azela character is not well made out either, I mean sleeping with a guy just to get information.

Neither of the main characters plays much of a part, Blake is merely a plot device after his night with Daisy, and the professor plays an even less significant role.
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As a big fan of Femme Fatale movies, Lifetime movies and murder plot movies (not necessarily in that order :-) ), I actually found this film entertaining. It passed the time nicely. Oh yes, it could've been better. And at times I wasn't sure exactly what is was trying to be. But I enjoyed it. But then again, I have odd tastes in everything, including films...So I can understand how most people would not like this.
The plot of course concerns a young college freshman, Daisy, moving to a (possibly?) East Coast upscale college from a farm in Iowa. She immediately gets noticed by the dean's good-looking son, gets assigned to an attractive professor in class and applies to a prestigious internship. Things are going good. Then we learn that the local campus scheming bad girl, who happens to be the head of a secret sisterhood called the Ivies, also wants that internship and is intimidated by the competition from our squeaky clean Daisy. NOT good. For Daisy, that is.
This whole film has the appearance of a well-budgeted Lifetime flick, so it looks good and appeals to me as a woman. In fact, I think I read somewhere that it was originally intended for Lifetime, and I KNOW that the very first time I heard of this movie was when I caught the tail end of it on Lifetime. I wondered what the rest of the movie was like and that prompted me to find the DVD. However, the extra minutes of "bonus footage" makes me question who exactly they intended to draw in with this DVD. There are 3 moderately explicit sex scenes (not HBO or Showtime level; no one takes their pants off for some reason), one (the first, way too early in the film) that is waaay too drawn out to serve any real purpose other than to titilate.
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well, I had originally bought this film because I am a hard core Degrassi fan, and in the show my favorite character would have to be Emma. As you can probably tell the "young woman" who plays Emma in Degrassi plays our lovely protagonist in the new poison ivy movie, Miriam Macdonald. I was not expecting much from her as an actress after seeing her in Sci-Fi channel's original movie "Sea Beast" but she exceeded my expectations in this film. I will warn you now there is a lot of sex in this movie, and there is some unneeded nudity as well when the ivy sorority in inducting new members. I'm not going to get into the plot because the one posted by Amazon was pretty near accurate

WARNING TO PARENTS: this is not the kind of movie you should buy for you daughter just because she likes Degrassi:The Next generation, because there is graphic sex scenes and pretty hard core violence
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I have seen all the other poison ivy films and I have to say this one is my favorite. You're basic storyline is still the same like in all of the poison ivy films. Young naive girl meets up with sexy temptress who seduces her or her boyfriend or her father out of fun or the persuit of power and success. What attracted me to this film was of course, Miriam McDonald best known for playing Emma Nielson-Simpson on Degrassi The Next Generation - Season 6 The character she plays named Daisy reminds me a lot of her Emma character. Naive, sweet, head strong, and goal/school crazy. But unlike Emma Daisy is very easily fooled while Emma isn't going to believe everything she hears. It's hard to identify with her character until you met her rival Azalea who is everything she isn't. Power hungry, uses her body to get what she desires. All for an intership.. Like I said, if you liked the other three films you will like this one. I have to say once again hats off to Miriam McDonald for doing things in scenes you never see on Degrassi.
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