Beautiful, wild, funny, and lost, Katie Kampenfelt takes a year off before college to find herself, all the while chronicling her adventures in an anonymous blog into which she pours her innermost secrets. Eventually, Katie's fearless narrative begins to crack, and dark pieces of her past emerge.Written by
I like Britt Robertson for all the right reasons. She is beautiful, and extremely talented. This movie, however entertaining, is really a showcase of Britt's talents. She truly 'lives' this role.
I realized her unique acting talent years ago in "Dan in Real Life", where she plays the middle daughter of Dan. I knew she was going on to bigger roles, and a successful Hollywood career if she wanted it.
In this movie aimed at the adolescent audience, she plays a confused teenager writing a blog revealing her daily activities and secrets, advised to do so by her high school guidance counselor in lieu of moving onto her first year in collage.
The main issue that Robertson has had to deal with in tinsel town is the fact that she is typecast as a teenager roll after roll, even though she is getting close to 28 years old at this writing. In the 2015 feature film Tomorrowland with costar George Clooney, she plays a high school student as well.
If you like Britt Robertson, or if you aren't aware of her yet, and you want to see someone "nail an acting role", I strongly advise this movie. However, if you are a prude, or someone that has hangups about a young woman walking around her house in panties and a t-shirt, please pass on this movie, and go see a shrink.
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