A street smart party girl gets mixed up in a violent drug deal and finds a possible way out by masquerading as a Nun.A street smart party girl gets mixed up in a violent drug deal and finds a possible way out by masquerading as a Nun.A street smart party girl gets mixed up in a violent drug deal and finds a possible way out by masquerading as a Nun.
The movie's synopsis did, however, seem interesting enough. And I have to say that I initially felt like there could be a potentially enjoyable comedy here.
And while the movie definitely has a colorful and interesting character gallery to offer the audience, I must admit that the movie was just lacking phenomenally in the story department. So writers Libby Mintz and Janell Shirtcliff just didn't manage to deliver a wholesome movie.
The acting in the movie was actually adequate, and especially actress Bella Thorne was standing out in the movie with her performance in the lead part. Just a shame that the actors and actresses that participated in "Habit" didn't have a properly written script to work with.
I managed to endure about an hour of "Habit", then I just couldn't sit through any more of the nonsensical storyline, as writers Libby Mintz and Janell Shirtcliff had be progressively losing me along the way as the movie trotted on and on. And truth be told, then I have absolutely no interest in returning to finish watching the rest of the movie as the storyline just fell short of entertaining me. And while the characters in "Habit" certainly were colorful, I must say that I just don't really care enough about them to want to return and suffer through the rest of the movie.
Ultimately then "Habit" was a movie that had potentially more to offer, but was cut short by an inferior and awkwardly written storyline.
My rating of "Habit" lands on a mere three out of ten stars.
- Aug 27, 2021