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Locked Up (2017)

TV-MA | | Crime, Drama, Thriller | Video 4 October 2017
When an American teenager gets bullied at her school in Southeast Asia, she fights back--and gets sent to a reform school. But the "school" is more like a prison, and the young teenager ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kelly McCart ... Mallory (as Kelly Ann McCart)
Katrina Grey ... Kat / Mallory's Cellmate (as Kat Grey)
Jared Cohn ... Tommy / Mallory's uncle
Kat Ingkarat ... Suchin (as Ingkarat Jaraswongkosol)
Anastasia Maslova Anastasia Maslova ... Riza
Maythavee Weiss ... Tuptim / Warden
Panipak Jaemmangkang Panipak Jaemmangkang ... Bell (as Panipak 'Lily' Jaemmangkang)
Suebpong Kulsathaporndhai Suebpong Kulsathaporndhai ... Nak / Guard
Matt Milotich Matt Milotich ... Davis / Attorney (as Matthew Milotich)
Christiana Chaiwanna Christiana Chaiwanna ... Nenita / Bullying Student (as Christiana Mikesch)
Chaleeya Kaawjinda Chaleeya Kaawjinda ... Mona
Patita Seeda Patita Seeda ... Webcam Girl
Sivakorn Virojanadul Sivakorn Virojanadul ... Asian Judge
Kenneth Won ... Doctor
Uraipon Yomglang Uraipon Yomglang ... Nude Girl


When an American teenager gets bullied at her school in Southeast Asia, she fights back--and gets sent to a reform school. But the "school" is more like a prison, and the young teenager must fend off predatory guards and menacing gangs to survive. Written by The Global Asylum

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Not That Innocent


Crime | Drama | Thriller


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Release Date:

4 October 2017 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Thailand See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Written by Christopher Cano
Performed by Siva Noir
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It's as good as it gets.
9 September 2018 | by LBarlane24See all my reviews

Having watched it on Netflix not too long ago, I really can't see what all the fuss is about. I will assume that most people who hated it had their expectations a little too high. The film features an entire cast of unknowns, obviously. It stars Kelly McCart as Mallory, a young American girl living Southeast Asia who is sent to prison after a self-defense attack on a bully. It's not until 7-10 minutes in as the plot gets going. But when it does, things get, there I say, pretty crazy. I did not expect this to throw as many punches as it did (literally), and boy did it show; again, literally.

Now, many have criticized the film's writing, as well as the acting, and I can certainly see why. The premise (as interesting as it may sound) ain't nothing new, and this is coming from someone who saw Jailbait about a year ago; and as I've stated before, the plot doesn't really get going until 7-10 minutes in. The acting (while not good, per-say) is, in my honest opinion, not terrible.

All in all, this flick ain't nothing special. if you're one of the seekers expecting a form of substance, prepare to be disappointed, as you'll find very little of it in this. If you are, however, a movie buff seeking entertainment, this flick is definitely for you, because the true saving grace is the lead actress' (there I say) astonishing figure.

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