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Scorned (2013)

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A romantic weekend turns horrific and sadistic when Sadie discovers her boyfriend is having an affair with her best friend.

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Mark Jones
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Billy Zane ... Kevin
AnnaLynne McCord ... Sadie
Viva Bianca ... Jennifer
Doug Drucker ... Scary Guy
Marian Weage Marian Weage ... Mrs. Wilkes
Jim Midock Jim Midock ... Heavier Cop (as Jim M. Midock)
Juan-Pablo Veizaga ... Other Cop (as Juan-Pablo Vega)
Scott Knisley Scott Knisley ... Detective (as Scott M. Knisley)
Martin Sprock Martin Sprock ... Detective Partner
Sadie Katz ... Waitress
Denise Glass Denise Glass ... Cute Waitress
Nathan R. Wheeler Nathan R. Wheeler ... Male Paramedic (as Nathan Wheeler)
Brooklynn Brokaw Brooklynn Brokaw ... Female Paramedic
Joe Kurak ... Handsome Guy (as Joe A. Kurak)
Christopher Maggio Christopher Maggio ... Bartender
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If you're going to cheat on your lover, don't get caught. And if you do get caught, you'd better hope your lover isn't secretly insane. Kevin learns the hard way when his girlfriend Sadie (AnnaLynne McCord of "90210") discovers that he's having a scorching affair with her best friend (Viva Bianca of "Spartacus"). Now Sadie has planned a romantic weekend getaway for just the three of them, complete with terror, torture and twisted psychosexual games. The trap is set. The party has begun. And tonight, hell hath no fury like a woman SCORNED. Written by Anchor Bay Entertainment

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Beautiful. Wild. Committed. See more »

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Thriller

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Rated R for violence including torture, sexual content and language | See all certifications »

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Writer Sadie Katz loosely based the movie on a break-up in her own life. See more »

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(at around 21 mins) When Jennifer takes off her top, she has her phone in her hand. In the next shot, her hands are empty. See more »

Quotes

Sadie: [reading Kevin's texts aloud to him after discovering he's been cheating] Last Friday, you text, "I miss your magic pussy"! What's magic about it, honey? Does she pull rabbits out of it?
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References Misery (1990) See more »

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Tell Me
Music by Denise Glass
Lyrics by Denise Glass
Sung by Denise Glass
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"You scorned me, Kevin."
15 February 2014 | by utgard14See all my reviews

The movie begins with a corny song over a laughable text message conversation so I knew right away this wasn't going to be something I would want to brag about seeing. The plot is about a complete psycho (AnnaLynne McCord) who discovers her boyfriend (Billy Zane) is cheating on her with her best friend (Viva Bianca). So she ties them both up and spends the bulk of the movie threatening and torturing them.

AnnaLynne McCord, with her horrible Southern accent and tacky hair extensions, offers up an extremely campy performance. You will undoubtedly spend most of the time viewing this laughing your ass off at her. She seems to especially enjoy using profanity like a child who has just discovered dirty words. She's really the whole show here. Whether you find anything to like about this movie depends entirely upon how much you enjoy her bad acting. Well, whether it's bad or whether it's "so brilliant that you just think it's bad" is up to you to decide. I know which side of that I come down on.

Billy Zane, once a respectable actor, has become moviedom's biggest garbage man. He keeps appearing in trash and getting paid for it. Viva Bianca is the only reason I checked this out in the first place. She looks amazing, even with that terrible wig on. Sadly, she plays the whole thing straight like she believes she's in Fatal Attraction or Misery. Don't get me wrong -- her acting isn't bad. It's fine, actually. It's just that opposite the scenery-chewing AnnaLynne McCord, she maybe should have tried to play the part a little more tongue-in-cheek. The script and direction did her no favors anyway. Director Mark Jones appears to have the same amount of talent as you would expect from your average Lifetime TV movie director. The story here is full of clichés and offers nothing to interest your average viewer, who has probably seen a version of this story done before and better. As a thriller, it's pretty weak. As an unintentional comedy, it's good for some laughs. Go into it with the right expectations and you might enjoy it.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

November 2013 (South Korea) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Portsmouth, Ohio, USA See more »

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$1,700,000 (estimated)
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