After Catastrophe is betrayed, she teams up with female crime-fighters to take back what is hers and get her revenge from Arsyn.

Directors:

David Gould, Joseph Kahn

Writers:

David Gould (story), Taylor Swift (story)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Taylor Swift ... Catastrophe
Selena Gomez ... Arsyn
Kendrick Lamar ... Welvin Da Great
Lena Dunham ... Lucky Fiori
Hailee Steinfeld ... The Trinity
Serayah ... Dilemma
Gigi Hadid ... Slay-Z
Ellie Goulding ... Destructa X
Martha Hunt ... HomeSlice
Cara Delevingne ... Mother Chucker
Zendaya ... Cut-Throat
Hayley Williams ... The Crimson Curse
Lily Aldridge ... Frostbyte
Karlie Kloss ... Knockout
Jessica Alba ... Domino
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Storyline

Catastrophe and Arsyn are taking on the world together. But just when Catastrophe least expects it, Arsyn betrays her. Catastrophe decides to enroll into a training facility and gets trained by powerful women, so they could take down Arsyn.

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Lena Dunham's "smoking" was faked with CGI smoke. See more »

Quotes

Welvin Da Great: You forgive, you forget but you never let it go.
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References The Hunger Games (2012) See more »

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Bad Blood
Written by Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar, Max Martin and Shellback
Performed by Taylor Swift featuring Kendrick Lamar
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Not Enough
30 August 2019 | by MindyBeauSee all my reviews

This would be far more successful as a longer piece.though they look good, as many posters say the feeling is quite empty. Each of the stars would make an interesting character if developed more.

The fight choreography is executed poorly by the pop star herself and some others. Visually it is quite interesting in the details of the costuming and sets and some of the weapons. The poor execution makes the poorly blocked and obvious stunt doubles even more obvious.

With some improvements this could be an interesting longer film as we dig deeper into the individual training and then incorporate those scenes of growth into successful combat against less faceless enemies or former friends from say earlier in the film. The key would be the writing of compelling characters to highlight the growth of the main character.

But that will never happen.


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Language:

English

Release Date:

17 May 2015 (USA) See more »

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Taylor Swift: Bad Blood See more »

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