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Why is James Franco doing these Lifetime movies? The ironic thing is he acts cute badly here - the another actors are much more believable. In fact he would have been better cast as the predatory sleazeball than Franoics Arnaud who looks more clean cut.A teenaged woman gets swept off her feet by an older film star who starts to obssess about her. Considering he has plenty of another options it doesn't really explain why he needs her so badly. The fater of the woman played by Franco makes a futile attempt to stop the romance.The ending is one of the weakest in Lifetime history and that's telling a lot. How stupid are the wife and daughter for calling the father before the police? How come the police were slower than Franco in getting to the house? It's just curiosity that made me watch this film and it was a waste of time.
****SPOILERS AHEAD***** As other reviewer place it, this film should have been a lot better if it had not been a Lifetime movie. For most of the film I was wondering why I wasn't seeing that movie. As in, why not focus on that instead of this over cooked Lifetime trope. There was so much in that film that should have been expanded on such as Christian's position as a star who has been in the industry since he was five. It was clear that he was not satisfied about being popular and made clear allusions to it. As someone mentioned, how is he able to do all these mundane things with the method technology is now. The fact that he was dating Kelly could have been all over the Internet the moment he showed up in his bicycle (*rolls eyes*) in her school. Since Kelly is 17 and a Fresh York resident it would not have been a illegal for him to have a relationship with her since 17 is the legal age on consent in NY. His folks could have been all over him about what he was doing but we never meet his folks except for the lightweight he surrounded himself with. Quite frankly I did not purchase that a boy who has been working in the entertainment industry since he was five without any (mentioned) scandals would have done something so reckless. While watching this a I wished I had seen the behind the scenes of the entertainment industry. For example, Christian dated Kelly's stepmother and the relationship was clearly an abusive one so he gotta have made her a sign a contract so none of it would come out. Nothing of this sort was ever discussed in the movie. Also, exploring the power dynamics would have been nice seeing as Christian was ready to power enjoy with Kelly's dad. So instead of all these films that would have been nice if written and directed properly, we had the obsessive boyfriend that turns into a psycho and I don't even have to say you how it ends. Seriously Lifetime? What a waste of potential. In the future, a film closer to reality would have been much better than this.
Lifetime's recent "world premiere," aired February 4, is a storyline named "High School Lover" which was illustrated in the promotions by a two-shot of an almost unrecognizable James Franco and a young actress called Paulina Singer, which made it seem like it would be a storyline of a middle-aged boy becoming sexually obsessed with a high-school-age nymphet and crashing himself and her in the process. Instead it turns out that Paulina Singer is testing 17-year-old high-school senior Kelley Winters and Franco is testing her father, cinematographer Rick Winters. Kelley is suffering through a major bout of teen alienation that seems to have been triggered by the death of her mother (we're never said how mom died) and her dad's uncomfortably rapid remarriage to former model Samantha (Julia Jones). She also hangs out with high-school mates Allison (Lana Condor) and Larry (Tyler Alvarez), and somehow the three teens wangle an invitation to a personal party at an underground club where Kelley meets film star Christian Booth (François Arnaud), who has a reputation for testing romantic leads in so-called "chick flicks" but wants — or at least tells he wants — parts that will establish himself as a serious actor. He also tells that he's 26 and has been working since he was five, and he doesn't seem to think being a Hollywood star is all that nice a fate even though millions of another boys his age would slay to receive where he is. Christian has the hots for Kelley as later as he sees her, and despite the resistance of her dad — who grounds her for two weeks after she arrives late from that party and he learns that she and Allison didn't spend the night studying together, as Kelley had told they were doing — Kelley and Christian drift into an affair.The movie is at its greatest when the writers and director Jerell Rosales plunge our three wild-eyed high-school children into Christian and his orbit and create the storyline literally a modern-dress ver of "Cinderella" — not only do Christian and Kelley become a dream pair but Allison and Larry both end up in the orbit of Tim, a Black scene wizard (I thought he was the sexiest guy in the movie and the actor is regrettably unidentified so far on the film's IMDb.com page) who's Bisexual and into three-ways. Larry also gets to snort coke — yes, it's the sort of depiction of Hollywood's inside where drugs are passed around like party favors — and the three receive to do a lot of riding around in Christian's large white stretch limousine. "High School Lover" is one of those frustrating movies that should have been better if the writers had explored more of the problems involved instead of running a potentially interesting case into the usual Lifetime tropes. I kept wondering how Christian Booth, if he's supposed to be such a large film star, can do normal human things like walk up to Kelley and her mates on a beach without any tip that anyone recognizes him — in true life stars receive mobbed by fanatics when they test to do that and have entourages around them virtually 24/7 to protect them — and also how Christian seems blithely oblivious to the potential consequences of a sexual affair with a 17-year-old. Even if he escaped prosecution for statutory rape, the scandal certainly wouldn't be nice for his career! Also he doesn't seem to have a manager, an agent or a private staff around him running interference; I kept expecting there to be someone in his entourage warning him about the potential legal and career consequences of his affair with Kelley, and possibly saying, "Oh, no, here we go again," as Christian's sex drive once again leads him into potentially career-ending complications.Another trouble I'd have liked this storyline to discover is the method a real-life Christian should have used his star power over Rick; I'd have wanted a stage in which Christian said Rick, "I can create your career — or I can break it. Allow me sleep with your daughter, and maybe I'll hire you to shoot my next movie." A case like that would have given James Franco a legitimate dramatic conflict to enjoy — protect my daughter or boost my career? — instead of having him transport through the movie haplessly and express his frustration with the case by doing tiny more than glower. There is a tip towards the end that Christian is going to test his "pull" with Rick's director (when he shows up on Rick's set he tells he's there "just to see my old friend, who's directing") to have him fired, but the writers create surprisingly tiny of it. Once again a real-life Christian might well have said that director, "Get rid of Rick and I'll be in your next film — and with my star power attached you can do that dream project you've been wanting to create for years!" Instead of these deeper, richer chances (had I been writing this I might have even flirted with a "Seven Keys to Baldpate"-style meta-ending in which the whole storyline turns out to be the plot of Christian's recent movie!), Coney, Dube and Rosales seem content to shove a potentially interesting case into the usual Lifetime mold, including Christian inexplicably turning from spoiled-brat star to total psycho in the last several acts, and by refusing to discover some of the darker chances of their storyline they now create their movie seem worse than the conventional Lifetime fare.
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