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Dustin Lance Black
Well, the movie isn't all that bad, but c'mon give poor Emma a different role, in every single movie, she plays the same character, she is the troubled teenager, who has problems with her parents or has mental problems and later on she falls in love with a guy and in the end they happily stay together. In this movie, the falling in love thing was kind of secondary and the movie wasn't really about that until the very end.
Amy (Emma Roberts), is a teenage girl, who is trying to become a successful poet, but her work hasn't been published yet, in any magazine, for that matter. In the movie, Amy was in 100% of the scenes, there was not a conversation between people without her interaction, the movie was only about her.
The good thing is, the movie isn't actually all about Amy's work in a porn store, from the description of the movie, it seems like it is going to be another teenage movie filled with nasty sex jokes, but it not the case.
Amy's idol Rat Billings is not very friendly around her, Amy to him is just a crazy fan, who is too young and dumb to really understand life and what poetry is all about.
The movie is kinda flat. Really, the ending is very basic and not interesting at all, Emma needs to expand her acting career and start playing some other characters, this is really getting old already.
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