Sixteen-year old Raven Highgate is not your average teenager, she is a vampire and this is her umpteenth time attending a new high school to keep her identity hidden. But when a local cop ...
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Matthew Kevin Anderson,
A big city dreamer returns home to testify for an old friend on trial for murder. Once home, he struggles between an urge to reignite his relationship with his ex-girlfriend, and his friends' expectations for him to save the trial.
Sixteen-year old Raven Highgate is not your average teenager, she is a vampire and this is her umpteenth time attending a new high school to keep her identity hidden. But when a local cop reveals she knows Raven's secret and offers to introduce Raven to others of her kind in exchange for help catching a murderer loose in the school, Raven has no choice but to accept. . .but at what cost? Written by
At the beginning of the movie we see Raven running on the treadmill at 155 mph, yet at the end of the movie when she goes after the SUV, she takes the time to get on her motorcycle and chase it. Clearly she could outrun the SUV. See more »
[Mac discovers that Raven has been pushing the proverbial envelope to get the goods on a murderous "Sugar" - designer-narcotic, that is - ring which the police want located]
... I ought to ground you over this.
Are you listening to yourself? Remember, I'm old enough to be your mother!
GRAND-mother. I haven't been around *that* long.
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I really liked this movie, but the ending? come on! is there going to be another one? I hope so. It doesn't feel finished. She gets handed a envelope and finds out what it is and it ends? No revenge? No looking for who did this? There has to be more! I want there to be more. I want to see what happens between her and the boy. I knew from the beginning about that other guy. What is going to happen with him? Its not finished! It has so much more to explain and to finish. Does she ever find others like her? Does she end up turning the guy so they can be together forever? If she decides to stay, does she still continue high school? and if so, won't people think its weird that she hasn't aged? They must find out sooner or later what she is.
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