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David M. Rosenthal
How did they so badly miscast this movie? If you can get past the subpar acting from Ashley Rickards (Mallory), and the predictable storyline, you'll end up unable to get past the bad casting. Parker Mack (Mark) and Ashley are obviously in their 20's even though it's made clear in the movie that Mark is 17 (turning 18). This fact makes some of the conflict in the film (underage drinking, sexual hookups and moving out) laughable as these legal aged actors fail to convince anyone that Mom can still ground them from their video games and hangouts.
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