From the International best seller childrens' books, Life is pretty humorous when you look at it from the point of view of the five young teenage girls in The Sleepover Club. They have a ...
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From the International best seller childrens' books, Life is pretty humorous when you look at it from the point of view of the five young teenage girls in The Sleepover Club. They have a secret society with rules and conventions - and no boys or parents allowed. Constantly dealing with their archrivals three teenage boys called the M&Ms life couldn't be more serious or more fun. The Sleepover Club combines drama and humour with the odd fantasy sequence to make seriously cool TV.Written by
Granted, it is not the best show in the world, but I can think of worse at the top of my head. I agree the narration can be irritating and perhaps unnecessary, some of the story lines are predictable(not surprising, I have seen plenty of shows similar to this that fall into that trap) and the actress of Fliss is not great at all.
However, it is strikingly filmed, and has a great theme song. The writing is amusing, and the characters while somewhat clichéd are likable with nice personalities(ie. Kenny being a tomboy-ish sort of person), especially Rosie, and Caitlin Stasey as Frankie is an appealing actress and does a good job as leader of the group. And I love the quirky and hilarious little skits that are part of the girls' thoughts.
In conclusion, pretty undemanding but not too bad. 7/10 Bethany Cox
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