Keith is not the average American high school drama I expected it to be, and is instead executed so well that it derives itself from all teenage rom-com clichés, despite what you may think. This is its biggest quality, but edging close behind is how emotional it manages to be, something that really takes you by surprise.
I have no idea who Jesse McCartney, but if his acting is as good as his singing then I feel like I'm missing…
Anne Hathaway has had a very up and down career, but this was definitely where she peaked before Les Miserables. Unfortunately I didn't find the story at all moving; I enjoyed the revelation scenes and felt that it was well acted with realistic characters, but as a supposedly 'intense drama', I found it quite empty.
I'm sorry, but I can't. I watched it for about half an hour and I had to give up. I'm sure there is a decent story line behind all the crap, but I don't want to half enjoy a film.
I was told beforehand that this was a love it or hate it film. I happen to agree with none of the negative reviews and actually really liked it.
Firstly, I don't know what everybody is going on about the huge emphasis on rape for. There is a focus, yes, but nothing is ever shown, if it even happens at all, as it is all rather implied. From the sounds of it I thought I was going to be witnessing…