The promising high school soccer player Scott is injured on the knee in a game and two years after, he is still trying to heal his knee. The teenager Jules feels unrequited love for him but Scott is concentrated in recovering his physical condition and considers her as a friend. The also teenager Bess that works in the store owned by David with her mature colleague Andie has a crush on Scott. When Scott is stalked by a mysterious person that threatens Jules, he believes that Bess is responsible for the weird situations. Is his assumption correct?Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The story takes on what was quite a popular theme about one's obsession to another person, like what we saw in "The Fan". But this movie gave it a more specific theme of high school boyfriend crush. The story was set up quite neatly, with the movie able to return the mood to neutral almost every time thriller part cedes. But the movie ends itself weirdly by forcing the strange end twist into the story. For me the twist itself on its own feels quite nice. But how the movie incorporated it without really building supporting hints, aside putting Caitriona Balfe as the actress for that part, really confuses me. The acting overall is not so good. Lucas Till really need to improve his acting. Sarah Bolger also didn't give out good performance. Crystal Reed's acting is the only one at adequate levels for her character.
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