Molly is a teen who works with her father an ex-cop turned P.I. One say an FBI agent approaches and wants her to work for them. They want her to keep an eye on the daughter of a man who is going to testify against a criminal. So they send her to the college where the daughter is attending. And she tries to fit in while keeping an eye on her and trying to see if there's someone there who doesn't appear who they are. Written by
When filming this movie on Tulane Campus in New Orleans, they attached hundreds of plastic cherry blossoms to the crepe myrtle trees. See more »
Molly's cover name Brook is spelt with an added 'e' at the end on her Criminal Justice paper for Professor Talloway's class which is shown at 1 hour 13min 15 sec. Credits show her name spelt as Brook. See more »
c'mon!! this is a comedy!! stick to reviewing bond or batman!! that said, yeah, this is similar to other movies, but so are many other genres(vampire movies for instance) that do the same thing. so pipe down on the "it's like every other movie like this I've seen" crapola. as for miley's acting, I have seen far worse out there, and you can do better? REALLY??!!?? I can't wait to see your next major film!! I find miley to be refreshing. while she will win no miss America contest, she does not hide her flaws(no nose fix, no teeth straightening, and WHOH!!! the pimple on her nose!!) as most people in showbiz do. so kudos to her!!
kudos to DICK STEEL from Singapore for telling it the way it is: "she's trying to move further away from her Hannah Montana days by taking on roles that are less saccharine sweet, but skirting around characters like this one won't do her film career any good. She probably needs to tackle stronger dramatic roles if given a chance to really break out of her stereotype." I think miley has really good potential to be a very good actor.
as for the movie itself, I found it to be a funny enjoyable watch. I laughed out loud at times, and I thought I had figured out who the bad guy was, only to be wrong. this is why I gave it a 7. had I been correct, I would have gone a 6.
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