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Love Me

2013

PG-13 CC
4.1 out of 5 stars (20) IMDb 5.4/10

A quiet, teen movie-geek (Lindsey Shaw of TV's PRETTY LITTLE LIARS) falls for the new kid in town (Jamie Johnston), who may be involved in the disappearance of another teennage girl.

Starring:
Lindsey Shaw, Jean-Luc Bilodeau, Jamie Johnston
Runtime:
1 hour, 37 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller, Adventure, Action, Mystery
Director Rick Bota
Starring Lindsey Shaw, Jean-Luc Bilodeau, Jamie Johnston, Kaitlyn Leeb
Studio Anchor Bay
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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Format: DVD
This low budget film starts out with Melissa (Kristina Elliott) refusing to get into a car whose driver is not seen. She runs into the woods away from the said auto. You see no one, then suddenly she turns around and screams. It is not possible for it to have been the person in the car. Is this a clue? As yet you do not know if it was someone else, or that person popped into that location like a bad slasher film.

The scene changes to Sylvia (Lindsey Shaw) high school student who wants to be in love. She falls for Lucas Green (Jamie Johnston) a rich boy who dated the missing girl and has a high creep factor. They dropped so many clues about him being the killer, you know it is not him. Dayln (Kaitlyn Leeb) is the self centered jealous ex-gf. Harry (Jean-Luc Bilodeau) is the loser geek kid who makes cartoons.

The acting of Lindsey Shaw and Jamie Johnston reminded me too much of the caliber of acting we saw in the "Twilight" series nominated for a number of Razzies. The film is directed at teens, teen girls to be exact. Unless you fall into that category, I suggest you take a pass.

Parental Guide: No f-bombs or nudity. Brief teen love/sex scene.
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Format: Blu-ray
There's always room for another "psycho-guy goes nuts over uninterested ex-girlfriend" thriller. Audiences love these types of "who-dun-it" films. Anchor Bay Films isn't ashamed to participate in putting the next one out either. Their newest release in the genre, "Love Me," will air on the Lifetime Movie Network over and over again in a few months guaranteeing them a fat wad of cash for rights.

Sylvia Potter (Lindsey Shaw) falls head over heels for quiet rich boy Lucas Green (Jamie Johnston). Things get complicated when she, her friends, and family discover he's the prime suspect in the disappearance of a 16-year old girl (Kristina Elliott) in the neighboring town of Ridgedale. Lucas swears he had nothing to do with it. Can their love survive the investigation and turmoil? More importantly, can Sylvia survive through it all?

"Love Me" is exactly what it appears to be when picking it up in the video store or at Redbox. It's a PG-13 thriller which appeals to anyone who watches the prime-time shows on TeenNick, The CW, and ABC Family. It isn't completely devoid of fun. This movie gives me the same type of guilty pleasure I receive from watching "Pretty Little Liars." I should be too sophisticated to enjoy it, but I just can't help myself.

The cast definitely draws its target audience to "Love Me." Lindsey Shaw from "Pretty Little Liars," "10 Things I Hate About You," and ''Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide" heads up the cast. ''Degrassi: The Next Generation's" Jamie Johnston takes on the role of the mysterious suspect Lucas Green. Jean-Luc Bilodeau of ''Baby Daddy'' and ''Kyle XY'' plays Sylvia's best friend Harry Townsend. You can't get more teen-oriented than those shows.
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Format: Blu-ray
The teen friendly mystery "Love Me" seems perfectly geared toward viewers familiar with the Canadian hit franchise of Degrassi High (specifically The Next Generation) and ABC Family programming. Its young stars have all made a name for themselves in that environment and so a lot of familiar faces can be seen wandering around the fictional halls of Hampton Prep. That is the setting for this romance/thriller in which everyone is a suspect in the disappearance of a classmate. And as suspicions rise to the surface, danger may be lurking for anyone who uncovers the truth. Starring Lindsey Shaw (Pretty Little Liars), Jamie Johnson (the aforementioned Degrassi: The Next Generation), and Jean-Luc Bilodeau (Baby Daddy and Kyle XY), the lead performances are earnest and the actors are appealing. It's the central mystery that strands the entire movie in a kind of inertia. With a lack of real suspects, the resolutions are not difficult to see from the very beginning. So when the shocking reveal occurs, I simply had to say "DUH!"

The movie kicks off with a dreamlike sequence that shows the attack on a young girl. Fast forward some months, and we then meet the prep students that will be embroiled in the mystery. Shaw plays the headstrong lead who falls for the resident bad boy (Johnston). This upsets her best friend (Bilodeau) who appears to be nursing a bit of a crush. The love triangle is the back bone of the story, but the most time is spent developing the burgeoning romance. Shaw's friends are critical of the new love affair, Johnston has past ties to the missing girl. As none of these supporting characters is developed, though, their concerns barely register.
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The teen friendly mystery "Love Me" seems perfectly geared toward viewers familiar with the Canadian hit franchise of Degrassi High (specifically The Next Generation) and ABC Family programming. Its young stars have all made a name for themselves in that environment and so a lot of familiar faces can be seen wandering around the fictional halls of Hampton Prep. That is the setting for this romance/thriller in which everyone is a suspect in the disappearance of a classmate. And as suspicions rise to the surface, danger may be lurking for anyone who uncovers the truth. Starring Lindsey Shaw (Pretty Little Liars), Jamie Johnson (the aforementioned Degrassi: The Next Generation), and Jean-Luc Bilodeau (Baby Daddy and Kyle XY), the lead performances are earnest and the actors are appealing. It's the central mystery that strands the entire movie in a kind of inertia. With a lack of real suspects, the resolutions are not difficult to see from the very beginning. So when the shocking reveal occurs, I simply had to say "DUH!"

The movie kicks off with a dreamlike sequence that shows the attack on a young girl. Fast forward some months, and we then meet the prep students that will be embroiled in the mystery. Shaw plays the headstrong lead who falls for the resident bad boy (Johnston). This upsets her best friend (Bilodeau) who appears to be nursing a bit of a crush. The love triangle is the back bone of the story, but the most time is spent developing the burgeoning romance. Shaw's friends are critical of the new love affair, Johnston has past ties to the missing girl. As none of these supporting characters is developed, though, their concerns barely register.
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