Two young lovers rob their way across the southland, posting their exploits to social media, and gaining fame and followers as a result.

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Joshua Caldwell

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Joshua Caldwell
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Bella Thorne ... Arielle
Jake Manley ... Dean
Amber Riley ... Elle
Michael Sirow ... Kyle
Marisa Coughlan ... Janet
Aaliyah Muhammad ... Emma
Madi Bready ... Kelsey (as Madison Bready)
Rose Lane Sanfilippo ... Stacey
Damon Carney ... Michael
Joey Oglesby ... Bobby
Mike Page ... Randall
Lynn Andrews Lynn Andrews ... Shifty Clerk
Jennifer Rader ... Girl at Party #1
Hayley Saltford ... Girl at Party #2 (as Hayley Burgess)
Chris Oz McIntosh ... Nervous Clerk
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Storyline

Living in a small Florida town and working at a diner was never Arielle's (Bella Thorne) dream life. She's always wanted more. Fame. Popularity. Admiration. When she falls for a recently paroled young criminal named Dean, she drags him back into a life of danger, learning that posting their criminal exploits on social media is an easy way to viral fame. Obsessed with their rising number of followers, they embark on a dangerous adventure together that leads to robbery, cop chases and even murder. Heading to Hollywood, the City of Stars, they will realize what it takes to become famous and have to decide if this dangerous lifestyle is really worth it.

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Viral fame is a dangerous game


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Arielle's full sleeve tattoo was designed by Award-winning tattoo artist Dave Lukeson. See more »

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During the bank robbery, a robber walks out of glass doors and gets into a gunfight with the police. Despite a flurry of gunshots not a single bullet hits the glass directly behind the robber. See more »

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Walking On A Wire
Performed by The Imaginaries
Written by Maggie McClure & Shane Henry
Courtesy of The Imaginaries Music, LLC & Searchlight Music Group, LLC
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Why and how was this made?
31 December 2020 | by DebraIonaVogelSee all my reviews

Oh my dear Lord, this was pretentious tripe.

It's in the Hey, look as sexy as possible while committing a crime garbage that has no relevance or point.

Bella Thorne loves herself some Bella Thorne. This movie was made so she could pout, parade and prance. Some guy was in it, too, but I can't be bothered to know is his name.

They do terrible things while looking cool. That's all that really matters, right? The filter you choose when you post the pictures.

Also. She covers her face when robbing people, but leaves that unique sleeve tattoo uncovered for the world to see. No one is going into recognize her from the videos, though. Because ... lame movie.

I'm mad that Netflix suggested it for me. What did I do to deserve that? The Crown isn't getting to season 5 until 2022, I have to watch something. I'm very sorry to have chosen this. I didn't stay until the end. I couldn't. My brain began to shrink and hurt.

Ugh, horribly lame movie. What a waste of resources.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 June 2020 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Infamous See more »

Filming Locations:

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA See more »

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Opening Weekend USA:

$160,371, 14 June 2020

Gross USA:

$429,148

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$429,148
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