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When a young woman is cruelly and indiscriminately attacked by a notorious gang led by the violent Trey, her little 16 year old sister Kayla wants revenge and will stop at nothing to get it, even if it means joining a rival girl gang led by the volatile and damaged man-hating Danielle. Written by
This movie was exactly what I expected and had hoped for after seeing the trailer. It may not be a cinematic masterpiece, but I did enjoy watching very much.
I thought that Aimee Kelly's portrayal of Kayla was convincing and very easy to empathize with. Ashley Walters was also a good antagonist.
I didn't find this movie "Gripping" or "Electrifying", and certainly not "Insanely Powerful" as the case would suggest. Still, I do recommend this film to anyone that thought the trailer looked good. It is part of a very specific genre of film, one for which I haven't heard a specific name. It feels a bit like the UK shows "Skins" and "Misfits", both of which I also enjoyed, were melded together for this film to make a longer episode or TV movie.
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