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A quality production but kind of hard to watch
15 June 2015 | by See all my reviews

Casey and Grace are college roommates. But they really shouldn't have been put together. Grace is a pretty, proper southern belle whose Daddy has money and a Christian faith, who is getting married to Charlie as soon as she graduates. Casey is sort of attractive but street smart with an attitude about everything and everybody who doesn't meet with her approval.

I'm really not sure what is going on here. My best guess is that Casey wants to sabotage Grace and Charlie's relationship. She messes up the wedding veil and steals Grace's notes so she'll fail a test, keeping her from graduating. Casey also persuades Grace to spend time in her world with her friends including Joey and Sweetie. Grace goes along because someone has told her the best way to get back at someone who has wronged you is to be their friend. And the two of them really are quite convincing as friends, before they become enemies again. This explains the movie title in my TV listings "Best of Enemies".

Grace supposedly cheats with Joey but I'm not sure why or how far they went. Meanwhile, one of her professors gives her a way to make sure she passes and graduates (the one whose test she probably failed when Casey stole her notes). She doesn't want to do that.

Casey works in a hot dog stand with Chloe and mistreats one of the conceited sorority sisters who seems to be friends with Grace.

There is anger and confusion and questions about whether the wedding will ever take place. And discussions about priorities.

While Casey's personality is kind of hard to take, Soleil Moon Frye gives a great performance. I saw her play a similar character for years on "Sabrina the Teenage Witch", where Sabrina was the cute princess. Casey really isn't so bad, and she is so sweet and loving with her grandmother Nana.

Julianna McCarthy is quite appealing as Nana. Not your typical grandmother, but appealing enough.

Cat Taber is just adorable. You expect she will be this spoiled rich girl but there's more to her than that. In some ways Casey is preferable, but Grace is not so bad and sometimes easy to like. If you don't have money, you have to laugh at her priorities.

Sweetie is anything but sweet. I could have done without her. But she adds something to the movie and sometimes we just need to be exposed to that which is outside our comfort zone.

This is kind of hard to explain, but I'll try. A few years ago I couldn't find the magazines I wanted at the big downtown library and I had to go to nearby Wake Forest University to see them. And now that library is closed for renovation and I'm spending even more time at Wake Forest. I thought the architectural style of the college buildings was quite attractive but it didn't hit me why everything looked so familiar until the credits. Not even when I saw the unique name "Reynolda Hall". I tape everything I watch so I was able to back up and see the buildings again. If I had known ahead of time that it really was Wake Forest, that would have been an even bigger reason to watch.

Is it worth seeing? Probably.

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