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From Straight A's to XXX (2017)

TV-14 | | Drama | TV Movie 11 February 2017
In order to pay her college tuition, a young woman turns to the adult film industry and must balance her personal life with a new life as porn star Belle Knox.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Miriam Weeks
... Jolie
... Don
... Amanda
... Dr. Kevin Weeks
... Mrs. Harcharan Weeks
... Paul Weeks
... Dora
Jenna Romanin ... Sara
... Jeff
... Gavin
... Amy
... Jen
... Natalie
... Josh


When a change of circumstances leaves Miriam unable to pay her college tuition, she makes a surprising decision: to start performing in adult films, using the pseudonym Belle Knox. Miriam lies to her family and her friends at school, keeping her double life a secret. But soon rumours spread and Miriam becomes the subject of vicious online attacks and unwanted attention. Miriam fights back: she talks to the media, saying her new line of work empowers her as a feminist. But her confident stand has unintended consequences. Miriam is shunned by her conservative family and her colleagues in the adult film world. One impulsive decision has quickly spiralled out of control - and Miriam's problems are being held against her. Written by Sepia Films

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Inspired by the true story of Belle Knox. See more »


References Girl, Interrupted (1999) See more »


Performed by Peter Cincotti
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The root of the problem
13 February 2017 | by See all my reviews

I watched this movie and was absolutely speechless. This movie is a shining example of why so many of the young women of today are so messed up in the head. They have confused women empowerment with "I will do what I want to do, and you WILL ACCEPT it no matter what! If you don't accept it, I am the pathetic victim for YOUR lack of acceptance and tolerance".

This whole movie is the young girl making bad choice after bad choice and then crying that everybody will not just accept what she is doing. It is really pathetic. I love the way that she tries to justify the porn industry as some liberal feminist playbook move. Last I checked, most liberal feminists DESPISE the porn industry exactly for what some women are subjected to by it.

I also did not appreciate the portrayal of conservatives, Catholics or the southern states. They are portrayed as the great evil in this movie for not accepting her stupid decisions. They even made the mother at the hotel checkout desk for wanting to protect her family / children from the smut convention in the hotel as a horrible woman. Well, motherhood, you sure took it right up the keister on that one from Lifetime.

The most disturbing part is the ending. When she says that she is going into politics. Great. Just what the democrat party needs. Another scummy, liar spouting views about women's rights while degrading women in one of the worst ways (i.e. Bill Clinton, Anthony Weiner, Elliott Spitzer and too many to list here). It is no wonder so many of these young ladies are coming out of college spewing the crap like that which is portrayed in this movie. I have a relative who has recently graduated college. He didn't date much in college because so many of the girls were just like this idiot in the movie. He has met a young lady who doesn't believe being a strong minded woman means having to subscribe to the Hilary Clinton / Gloria Steinem handbook. It also does not mean being a strong woman means that all men should be weak-minded wimps. She also does not think it is necessary to cut his testicles off to be a strong woman.

Avoid the piece of crap. It is not even the usual preaching of political correctness that Lifetime spews out of its bowels.

Addendum: I thought about this after my original review. Many of the liberal feminists who have reviewed this laughable piece of crap try to justify the actress and her involvement with the porn industry. What makes it hypocritical at its worst is that these are the same feminists who will protest outside of Hooters saying that girls working there are being exploited as sex objects...... huh????? I would rather see my daughter working at Hooters while she is working through college instead of doing porn, endangering her life, risking pregnancy or catching a lethal disease. Then again, liberal feminism, like most of the liberal / progressive / statist agenda is based on hypocrisy.

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