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Cherry Crush (2007)

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A seventeen-year-old photographer gets caught up in murder when he breaks his own rules and falls in love with one of his teenage models.

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Nicholas DiBella
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Nikki Reed ... Shay Bettencourt
Jonathan Tucker ... Jordan Wells
Julie Gonzalo ... Desiree Thomas
Michael O'Keefe ... Detective Griffin
Haviland Morris ... Julia Wells
Dennis Boutsikaris ... Ben Wells
Frank Whaley ... Wade Chandling
Brooke Mayer Brooke Mayer ... Trish
Alessa Neeck Alessa Neeck ... Abbey
Christopher Jon Martin ... Jake Miles (as Christopher Martin)
Patricia Lewis Browne Patricia Lewis Browne ... Older Woman
Billy Powell Billy Powell ... Chemistry Teacher
Thomas Tripiciano Thomas Tripiciano ... Dean Robert Mullen
Nick Lang Nick Lang ... Wide Receiver
Ferdinand Jay Smith Ferdinand Jay Smith ... DA Thomas (as Ferdinand J. Smith)
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Jordan Wells, a talented, seventeen-year-old photographer struggles between falling in line with his father's plans for his future and following his desire to pursue photography. After he gets thrown out of his upscale prep school for taking provocative pictures of some of the girls in his class, he transfers into a public school and becomes involved with Shay, a beautiful girl from the other side of the tracks. As the passion of their relationship heats up, Jordan soon finds himself an accessory to murder --twice. Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for language, some sexuality and nudity | See all certifications »

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Country:

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Release Date:

16 February 2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Dulce perversión See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA See more »

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Post Central See more »
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The entire film was shot in Rochester, NY. See more »

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The Killing
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Written by Sarah Ellquist
Performed by Loma Lynda
Produced by Sarah Ellquist
Courtesy of Overhead Records
Published by Sessionier Music
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Beautify Cinematography but no story behind it
23 February 2007 | by rochviewerSee all my reviews

This movie is beautiful to look at. Rochester has been transformed into a real live movie venue but that's where the professionalism ends. The story line and characters are under developed and poorly written. Despite the voice over you never learn what dastardly deed the lead character did to turn him into a bad boy and get expelled from private school. The photos he shoots of his love interest are slick, professional and commercially beautiful but don't reveal anything more than a glam shot from a slick magazine does. I kept wanting to see some gritty, 18 year old's idea of honesty, something cutting-edge, and I never got it. I never believe that his family is pressuring him into a life he doesn't want and the women around him look an awful lot like they're from Greece, NY not some fantasy Film Noir landscape.

The entire film noir aspect of the film is only defined by the great music track. The script and visuals are in constant conflict with the premise of the murder mystery. The writing never gives the viewer enough details to provide a great ahh-ha moment at the films end.

The amused audience seemed more interested in catching their own faces and spotting Java Joe's product placement than on the quality of the story. The film looks great but just doesn't deliver.


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