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The Sinners (2020)

The Color Rose (original title)
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An A-List Girl clique starts a secret cult where each of them must embody one of the seven deadly sins. They realize there's more to their small religious town after they go missing one by one.

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Courtney Paige

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Erin Hazlehurst, Courtney Paige (creator) | 3 more credits »
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Kaitlyn Bernard ... Grace Carver
Brenna Llewellyn ... Aubrey Miller
Brenna Coates ... Tori Davidson
Keilani Elizabeth Rose ... Katie Hamilton
Jasmine Randhawa ... Stacey Rodgers
Carly Fawcett ... Molly McIvor
Natalie Malaika ... Robyn Pearce
Aleks Paunovic ... Sheriff Fred Middleton
Lochlyn Munro ... Detective O'Ryan
Dylan Playfair ... Kit Anderson
Tahmoh Penikett ... Pastor Dean Carver
Loretta Walsh ... Brenda Carver
Elysia Rotaru ... Maggie Middleton
Jerry Trimble ... Coroner Earnest Feldman
Michael Eklund ... Detective Zankowski
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An A-List Girl clique starts a secret cult where each of them must embody one of the seven deadly sins. They realize there's more to their small religious town after they go missing one by one.

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Like the Wolves
Written by Adeliz Calderon
Performed by Adeliz Calderon
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Well shot and cast, but poorly executed
20 February 2021 | by TopDawgCriticSee all my reviews

This is actress turned newb filmmaker Courtney Paige's first full length feature film (one prior short) as co-writer, producer, actor and director. For a newb filmmaker, she did well in every aspect except the writing - which blame also falls to her two other writers.

The story was cliched, clumsy and a convoluted mess riddled with plot and technical issues. The editing felt like it was put thru a shredder, then taped together quickly. It was confusing more than entertaining. Had the writers consulted a seasoned writer to fix up their screenplay, this could've been a hit, because all other filmmaking aspects were on point. Her directing was decent, considering she followed her own convoluted screenplay. Scores in B-films are usually loud, annoying, overbearing and unfitting, but this film's was actually great with some decent soundtracks. The cinematography was good, and the casting and performances were very impressive. Even the pacing was perfect for the comfortable 96 min runtime. As a new filmmaker, Paige certainly has a future ahead of her. I just wish out of the 3 writers, at least one of them would've got it right. Nevertheless, a decent watch if nothing better is on for her targeted audience of teens-tweens. Never mind the current five shill 10/10's of six current reviews, it's a very generous 6/10 from me.


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19 February 2021 (USA) See more »

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