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Actors: Jesse McCartney, Elisabeth Harnois, Jennifer Grey
Director: Todd Kessler
Smart and popular high school senior Natalie (Elisabeth Harnois, TV's One Tree Hill) thinks she has her life figured out, but everything changes when she meets a mysterious boy with nothing to lose. International singing s... more »
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Alisa S. (sumhope) from POMONA, CA
Reviewed on 1/19/2010...
I was halfway through this movie before I even realized that Keith was Jesse McCartney. He did an excellent job.
This movie made me cry (and I'm not one for tears) its a wonderful story with a lovely ending that is very hopefilled... in my opinion.
"I haven't lied to ya this far, so I'm not gonna start now."
Lacy | Oregon | 09/16/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you're looking for something unpredictable, gut-wrenching, utterly wonderful,and something to fall in love with, then this is the movie for you. The words the characters speak, speak true to you even if your story doesn't match theirs. Both of the actors were so set in themselves and in the story that to me it was top notch acting. I without a doubt, advise you to watch this movie, and dare you to let it move you the way it moved me. Excellent, 5 stars."
A moving film portraying real emotions for those in high sch
shiningstar | CA | 08/08/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The movie was beautiful, one of my FAVORITES in a while. I will definitely buy it.
It is similar to a Walk to Remember, but it is less chick-flicky... more of the Indie feel where it's at a slower pace, shows emotions, does not have a Hollywood story-telling style like something such as Maid in Manhatten (not so straight forward, guy meets girl, happy ending). It's deeper, it's less happy, but it's more beautiful because of that.
It is a little predictable though, but I think that doesn't matter... the emotions.. the calmness of the film, it holds its own beauty. It's not a crazy-new Indie.. (jarring, shaky or anything). It still has beautiful camera work, and it just.. feels REAL. The drama is real, the emotions are stronger, the film is a lot more moving. I'm almost 21, and I thought the high school drama would be too much, but it's not. If you like chick flicks, but you also like to think and feel, watch Keith."
Whatever you've read or heard, Keith is better than that.
J. Martin | Upstate New York USA | 01/31/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Keith is a movie about teenagers in high school, but it is not a high school movie. Reviewers who put it into that category, or who recommend it for teenagers only, are missing the point. The characters could be almost any age and in almost any situation, and very little else would have to change. Having them be attractive teenagers only means more people will see the movie, which is good.
Keith is one of the most beautiful, powerful, serious, joyful, triumphant, and universally relevant movies any of us will ever see. It is about what it means to be a human being in a random world, about how it feels to be inside--and outside--a powerful social and political system.
But above all Keith is about love--not the phony, sentimental melodrama of Hollywood romance, and not the impulsive, hormone-fueled engine of adolescence, but the love that selects two people, draws them together into one, and carries them together through every challenge that comes against them. Keith is about real joy and real pain, about life and death and everything in between.
Keith is a remarkable and very rare work of art. Every word, every gesture, every expression on every actor's face, every scene, every moment of this movie is perfect. Characters emerge and develop and grow and interact and fail and overcome as they should in every movie but almost never do.
I've been watching and loving movies for almost 60 years, and I've seen thousands of great ones, but if I could keep only one DVD in my collection, Keith would be it."