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Sixteen-year old Raven Highgate is not your average teenager, she is a vampire and this is her umpteenth time attending a new high school to keep her identity hidden. But when a local cop reveals she knows Raven's secret and offers to introduce Raven to others of her kind in exchange for help catching a murderer loose in the school, Raven has no choice but to accept. . .but at what cost?Written by
It says she's a 116 year old vampire. Yet she states in the movie that she was born August 11, 1922. That's 93. She even says to her "guardian" that she's 92. See more »
At the beginning of the movie we see Raven running on the treadmill at 155 mph, yet at the end of the movie when she goes after the SUV, she takes the time to get on her motorcycle and chase it. Clearly she could outrun the SUV. See more »
[Mac discovers that Raven has been pushing the proverbial envelope to get the goods on a murderous "Sugar" - designer-narcotic, that is - ring which the police want located]
... I ought to ground you over this.
Are you listening to yourself? Remember, I'm old enough to be your mother!
GRAND-mother. I haven't been around *that* long.
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Well done and Andrea Roth is excellent in the roll of Raven
The made for TV movie "Forever 16" runs smoothly on a par as the Lost Girl/Supernatural series' but more tastefully done. That is to say without all the sex scenes the producers seem to think we need. It has great suspense and moves along quitewell. Andrea Roth plays Raven the vampire very well and she has greatfacial expressions and actions that are believable of a teenage girl. She has made her mark as an actress with other parts but has done very well with this one. I would actually love to see this made into a series, tho, it would take at least (2) shows for each new school she visits for the drama and suspense to be effective. The plot is established as the new street drug "Sugar" is becoming deadly for some students and others will kill over it. I give it a 4 out of 5 stars as a fantasy/sci-fi type show, compared to others airing on TV right now. Some series on TV right now only deserve a 3 or 4 star rating. I would love to see more shows that are so well written and put together like this one. I hope others can see the potential of this becoming a series, so let's hear it.
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