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Stalked at 17

3.6 out of 5 stars 52 customer reviews

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Angela is an ordinary high school student, interested in parties and boys. But when she meets a troubled college kid named Chad, the two, and their families, become involved in an angry, violent skirmish of power and control.

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  • Actors: Taylor Spreitler, Chuck Hittinger, Brian Krause, Linda Purl, Jamie Luner
  • Directors: Doug Campbell
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
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  • Studio: MTI HOME VIDEO
  • DVD Release Date: May 21, 2013
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00BR1NF7Q
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,854 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By K. Harris HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWER on April 17, 2013
Format: DVD
Premiering as a Lifetime network original movie, "Stalked at 17" has all the trappings that you would expect from such a distinction. I can be critical of the Lifetime brand with movies that tend to veer between sensationalized instances based on real life and thrillers of fantastical proportions. While "Stalked at 17" starts out in a rather unassuming manner, it soon drives toward the latter category as any sense of reality evaporates and craziness takes over. It's not necessarily a terrible movie from an entertainment standpoint, but you've undoubtedly seen many comparable features that cover the same ground in a better way.

Before I get into the movie, though, has anyone else noticed that a lot of terrible things happen when you're seventeen on the Lifetime network? Thing's have gotten really rough for our teenage girls! At last count, we've been Dead at 17, Accused at 17, Betrayed at 17, and a Fugitive at 17! See, there are might be worse things than being Stalked!

The movie rests on the shoulders of Taylor Spreitler as the seventeen year old in question. Unfortunately, though, she lacks the gravitas to make much of an impact or an emotional connection. Ideally, to get swept up in a story of this sort, you want to have some kind of investment in the central character. Although Spreitler is wide-eyed and sweet, she is a rather bland dramatic actress (I have not seen her work on "Melissa & Joey" or "Days of Our Lives"). It doesn't help matters that her leading man is equally vacant. Chuck Hittinger plays a college age lothario who seduces the young miss. Although supposedly charming, Hittinger is intensely creepy throughout which lessens the transformation to stalker.
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A typical Lifetime Channel movie, Stalked at 17, directed by Doug Campbell (Accused at 17, Walking the Halls), paints an interesting picture of teenage issues in American society today.

Angela (Taylor Spreitler) is a bright high school student. As most girls her age tend to do, she and her best friend Tenaya (Shavon Kirksey) meet Curt (Patrick Alan Davis) and Chad (Chuck Hittinger) while at school one day - although Curt and Chad are actually college students. Chad exhibits the 1-dimensional male creepiness of most Lifetime Movie Antagonists, and he and Angela begin a short romance.

Manipulating Angela with a childhood sob story (which, no surprise, we later find out is mostly made up), Chad manages to get into the young girl's pants, impregnating her in the process - on purpose.

Upon finding out, Angela and Tenaya are pretty distraught (well, especially Angela!), the two girls sitting in a bedroom with a multitude of home pregnancy tests - just to make sure.

Chad is hell-bent on marrying Angela, having the baby, and raising a family.

To the credit of writers Christine Conradt and Kathleen Mattison, Chad's backstory is fleshed out, and we do learn some of the truth of his childhood, which explains pretty well why he is the person he's come to be. We certainly come to understand more of what makes him tick. Can we empathize? I'm sure many can. Can we sympathize? I think a little. Chad's extraordinary drive for family is not a bad thing. It is a young man grasping for something he's longed for his entire life. We see that, and in some instances, we see the pain. But overall, Chad is a broken person who needs fixing but instead blames the world for his horrible life. Do we like him? Some might see the good in him, others might not.
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A cautionary tale about getting physically/emotionally involved with a stranger no matter how rich and good-looking he may appear at the time.. After she has a baby, she discovers the guy is a violent lunatic and so it his mother. Happens all the time.
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This movie was OK. The good part is the movie did show the danger of being a young teen dating someone older. In addition, it could be educational to show teenage girls to think before they get involved with older men. It is not something I would pay to watch or bother watching again.
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This movie had all the potentials of being one of those great movies about a guy who will stop at nothing to get what he wants. For the most part, the guy did a great job, trying to act innocent and sweet but suddenly flicking a switch and turning into someone you don't want to be near when he's angry. However, the Taylor Spreitler just didn't give enough emotion for my liking. I wanted this movie to be alot more like the movie Fear with Reese Witherspoon. It was a good movie but didn't elicite the emotional connection from me that i was hoping for. A movie that can get your pulse racing is definitely good and this one just didn't do it for me.
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Stalked at 17 is an odd little movie that has a few good moments. Normally this would be a film that I would dislike, the acting is a cut above soap opera, and the story is simple. On the other hand, the story line was flipped upside down, the details held together rather well, and the production was excellent. This is a film about a teenager getting pregnant with a 21 year old. From the cover art, this film would appear to be some young girl stalked by a creepy old guy. This film was made for Lifetime Television, the DVD release does not include the usual black outs for commercials.

The film opens with what seems to be the ending; Chad has a gun, breaks into a house and wants to take his son and Angela with him. So we know Chad is crazy and there will be some major conflict that gets him there. The film then moves to one year earlier and the story fills in. Angela is a sweet sixteen-year-old high school girl with her life in front of her. During a supposed visit to the college in town, she and her friend end up meeting Chad a handsome college boy that appears to be charming. We already know Angela will end up pregnant and Chad is the father. The switch to Chad becoming the creepy guy was well done.

Mostly the film is built carefully with good details. There are small things that the director places carefully and then that thing becomes a dramatic moment in the film. He rewarded a few moments of careful observation. And yet he takes it away in one horrible fuzzy memory scene, he beats the flashback to death where there was no need to remind us. Technically, I appreciate the rocks solid well lit camera work. There are no shaky cam handheld moments in this film. The editing is done well and the sound recorded perfectly.
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