Beautiful, wild, funny, and lost, Katie Kampenfelt takes a year off before college to find herself, all the while chronicling her adventures in an anonymous blog into which she pours her ...
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On the night of a sleepover, a group of teenage girls venture out in a competitive game of challenging dares. As the antics escalate, and the dares become more extreme, the girls unravel the truth behind a former student's rumored suicide.
Naomi and Ely have loved each other their whole lives, even though Ely isn't exactly into girls. The institution of a "No Kiss List" has prevented the two from rifts in the past, but bonds are tested when they both fall for the same guy.
Two seemingly unconnected souls from different corners of the United States make a telepathic bond that allows them to see, hear and feel the other's experiences, creating a bond that apparently can't be broken.
Beautiful, wild, funny, and lost, Katie Kampenfelt takes a year off before college to find herself, all the while chronicling her adventures in an anonymous blog into which she pours her innermost secrets. Eventually, Katie's fearless narrative begins to crack, and dark pieces of her past emerge. Written by
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When Katie goes to her father's house to exchange gifts, he lights up a cigarette. He reaches for the lamp table as if he is going to put ashes in an ashtray. When they switch back to him, he has a new cigarette hanging out of his mouth and proceeds to light it. See more »
[In reaction to her mothers blank stare after telling her she got a new job]
Whhyyyy are you so negative!
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I happen to stumble upon As Me Anything because of my love for Christian Slater and films normally featuring a cast my age. This movie grabbed me the minute it started (the soundtrack is excellent). On top of an amazing cast, this movie felt completely authentic. Its extremely hard to find something original anymore, that actually makes you stop and think. The main reason I fell in love with Ask Me Anything was the reality of it. Yes, I loved the story line, but the actual detail in both the book (Undiscovered Gyrl) and film were what sealed the deal. When Katie is standing in front of the mirror with makeup all over her face, or when she over reacts to her mom, the way she runs from store to store looking for jobs, or the slightly inappropriate jokes she makes to Christian Slater on the first phone call. They are REAL. Real emotions and actions of young adults, and that was so refreshing. Most movies and TV shows today that feature young adults might be fun to watch, but they aren't realistic, its not how people in there late teens act or speak. This film is startlingly raw and true.
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