Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Fifteen and Pregnant|
Actors: Kirsten Dunst, Park Overall, Julia Whelan, David Andrews, Margot Demeter
Director: Sam Pillsbury
Genres: Drama, Television
Fifteen and Pregnant (View amazon detail page) ASIN: B00008MTXK Binding: DVD
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(5 out of 5 stars)
"I hate the LifeTime channel. It's not that it's considered a "women's"channel but that it really panders to women and badly. I can't even surf past it without bleeding from the ears. And like most right thinking men, I hate Kirsten Dunst, for at least three reason. 1). She has teeth only a Brit would envy. 2). Her enormous,fat,pasty Stay Puff Marshmallow Man head. 3). She thinks the Spider-Man movies would flop without her. Really? The same Spider-Man who has been around for almost twice as long as Dunst herself has? The Spider-Man who is arguably the planet's most popular superhero? Would flop without her? Wow!
Here's the paradox. While I hate both Lifetime and Kirsten Dunst, there is a Kirsten Dunst movie that I will watch anytime it is on Lifetime. It's called 15 and Pregnant and it's a typical after school special screed against the dangers of teen pregnancy. Kirsten Dunst cries in it. A lot. And mean as it sounds, I like watching Kristen Dunst cry. She just wallows in her misery in this movie, just rolls around in misery like a pig in slop, and it's hilarious. Anyone else I'd feel sympathetic, but because its Miss "I'm cooler than Spider-man" I get a kick out of it. The rest of the movie is pretty over-wrought, it's certainly no "Juno". Like I said, I mostly like this movie because Dunst cries a river in it. And makes some pretty funny faces as well.
Too bad I wasn't at the premiere of Marie Antoinette.
Fifteen & Pregnant
Melissa D. Penner | Jacksonville, FL USA | 03/01/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"It was alright. The movie was not what I was expecting... there are much better movies out there now a days, like To young to be a dad and such."