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Brec Bassinger used a stunt double for the kiss scene because she wanted her first kiss to be as Brec, not a character. See more »
So are you going to untie me now?
Well... maybe, but I'm thinking you're probably blaming me for all of this and that you might actually hit me.
That's true, but I might also be grateful that you saved me and give you that kiss you've been looking for.
You don't need arms for that.
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Written by Colton Fisher, Jason Rabinowitz, Zack Arnett, Jason Lamot, Mansa Wakili
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Well, it could have been worse...
I had not heard about this 2015 movie from writer Adrian Vina and director Vince Marcello before now in 2020 when I was given the chance to sit down and watch it.
As the movie was labeled as a comedy, I decided to sit down and watch it, and also because I hadn't seen it before. And now that I have finished the movie, I must say that the movie is watchable, sure, but hardly an overly enjoyable movie. Sure, it was a pseudo-fun approach as a spoof on "Twilight", but the movie just wasn't crammed with enough pranks, jokes and general fun to have me entertained. Plus, the fact that it was a Nickelodeon movie, meant that it was aimed at a somewhat younger audience.
I will say that the acting performances in the movie were actually quite good. Sure, the characters and the script was a bit off for my age, but I will say that the actors and actresses did actually fare quite well.
All in all, "Liar, Liar, Vampire" scores a five out of ten stars rating from me. I am sure that there is a larger audience out there for this type of movie. I just wasn't really in the target audience.
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