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Hiding (2012)

PG-13 | | Drama | Video
After the murder of her parents, Jo (Ana Villafañe) is relocated from her big city home to the countryside of Montana. Jo makes friends with locals Brett (Jeremy Sumpter of FRIDAY NIGHT ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
... Jo Russo / Alicia Torres
... Noah Carter
Natalie Radford ... Debbie Kellerman
Candace Marie ... Lucy Kellerman (as Candace Marie Celmer)
... Alicia's Father (as Tommy Mueller)
Mabelle Carvajal ... Alicia's Mother
... Brett
... Zoe
... Mr. Ostrog
Telly James ... Thug 1
... Raul
... Javier
Victor Rosales ... Cute Boy
Jenna Rene ... Tanya
... Marie (as Jill Alanna Nixon)
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After the murder of her parents, Jo (Ana Villafañe) is relocated from her big city home to the countryside of Montana. Jo makes friends with locals Brett (Jeremy Sumpter of FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS) and Jesse (Tyler Blackburn of PRETTY LITTLE LIARS), but just as she's building a new life, her past catches up to her. Written by Anonymous

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Brett: If you wanted to meet me all you had to do was ask. I'm Brett.
Jo Russo: Congratulations.
Brett: Thanks! You know, being me has worked out rather well so far.
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Watchable
19 July 2012 | by See all my reviews

This is essentially a made for TV movie. The story is a bit dis-jointed at times, and not in a especially entertaining way. When the lead character remembers the past, we're subjected to some really artificial camera jerking effect that becomes annoying within seconds. This 'effect' adds nothing to the mix, and in fact has the negative impact of making the viewer break away from the story, and wonder why it was done in the first place.

This has really been aimed at the adolescent demographic, but it's still watch-able for someone older, much the same as Mean Girls and such. Don't have any illusions, as this has little in common with Mean Girls, and is hardly destined to become a classic. The acting is average, and certainly not poor, so I'd say give it a watch, but don't expect a lot, as it's only watch-able, which isn't such a bad thing with some of the garbage scripts that get made into movies these days, but that's another story...


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