Faced with another long summer of hard and strenuous work at the Crown Lake country club, Rhyme and Effie jump at the opportunity to work as fashion interns at the high-end magazine "Très Chic." This summer will be one for the books.
Set at the mall, Holiday Spectacular will tell the story of an estranged family that is brought back together for the holiday season. Cassie, a wronged for shoplifting is doing community ... See full summary »
Paul Thomas Arnold
Generic and badly written plot, topped off with bad acting.
Although the demographic this show shoots for obviously isn't me, I think it is probably one of the worst shows I've ever watched. The whole plot centers around a dance team, yet the dancing is simplistic and badly performed, the dancers are not in sync and look uncomfortable. The acting is terrible. I know "Brat" hired popular social media tweens in order to cash in on their fan's views, but come on. They can't act their way out of a cardboard box. They are either over exaggerating their facial expressions or not making them at all. The dialogue, once again, is not only simple but spoken with too much emotion or none at all. Once girl talks so loudly into her mic that my ears started to hurt. The whole show is like watching a badly written and even more badly acted 6th grade play that none of the actors want to be in. Honestly, this "Brat" company should stop making these shows. The cast members are kids with a few followers trying to venture into acting but failing miserably, and it's actually hard to watch.
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