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|Poison Ivy The Secret Society|
Actors: Miriam McDonald, Shawna Waldron, Ryan Kennedy, Crystal Lowe, Andrea Whitburn
Director: Jason Hreno
Genres: Drama, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Wide-eyed freshman Danielle ?Daisy? Brooks first days at Beckshire College are the best ever. Shes noticed by the deans handsome son, singled out for a much sought-after scholarship, and invited to join an exclusive campus... more »
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Timothy W. (BASEBALLNUT) from NEW ALBANY, IN
Reviewed on 9/18/2009...
A very sexy movie that follows the same formula of past Poison Ivy movies, bad girl or girls lead to trouble. I would reccommend this dvd if you are interested in a juicy provocative plot. This is not an Academy Award winner but, does have its moments. I give it 8 out of 10, Beware adult content.
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Ummm..kind of felt like porn with a very dramatic plot
Cynthia Fredrickson | Franlin Virginia USA | 04/09/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"well, I had originally bought this film because I am a hard core Degrassi fan, and in the show my favorite character would have to be Emma. As you can probably tell the "young woman" who plays Emma in Degrassi plays our lovely protagonist in the new poison ivy movie, Miriam Macdonald. I was not expecting much from her as an actress after seeing her in Sci-Fi channel's original movie "Sea Beast" but she exceeded my expectations in this film. I will warn you now there is a lot of sex in this movie, and there is some unneeded nudity as well when the ivy sorority in inducting new members. I'm not going to get into the plot because the one posted by Amazon was pretty near accurate
WARNING TO PARENTS: this is not the kind of movie you should buy for you daughter just because she likes Degrassi:The Next generation, because there is graphic sex scenes and pretty hard core violence"
There was a lot of straddling for no specific reason
Trip Like I Do | USA | 06/28/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I was forced into watching this. For some reason, Greg Evigan, of "BJ and the Bear", and Catherine Hicks, of "Seventh Heaven" and "Star Trek IV" are in this movie. I learned that when women go to college, they spend alot of time going to boutiques and changing their hair color. As I was watching it, I noticed how cheerful the set design was, despite the fact that this movie is supposed to be suspenseful and full of ominous portent. The antagonist and the protagonist are both women, and the movie involved alot of changing of hairstyles, nail color, fashion accessories, hairstyles, patent leather belts, hairstyles, and so forth. Some of the hairstyles are so outrageous, they distract from the plot of the movie. The plot is very straightforward but includes a lot of gratuitous sensuality introduced in non-sequitor situations that makes the scenes rather comical. It wasn't intended to be comical, but that's how it turns out, so in this respect, the movie is very enjoyable. The performances are okay though many scenes seem out of place. It's sort of like a soap opera that has adult scenes played out in R+ rating, or a Harlequin Romance, where every personality must fit into a social stereotype. It's unintentionally upbeat and cheerful in mood despite it's intended purpose. Mystery Science Theatre 3000 would have a field day with this movie."
Good film. A good time killer (no pun intended)
Woo Kim | Centralia, WA USA | 02/22/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have seen all the other poison ivy films and I have to say this one is my favorite. You're basic storyline is still the same like in all of the poison ivy films. Young naive girl meets up with sexy temptress who seduces her or her boyfriend or her father out of fun or the persuit of power and success. What attracted me to this film was of course, Miriam McDonald best known for playing Emma Nielson-Simpson on Degrassi The Next Generation - Season 6 The character she plays named Daisy reminds me a lot of her Emma character. Naive, sweet, head strong, and goal/school crazy. But unlike Emma Daisy is very easily fooled while Emma isn't going to believe everything she hears. It's hard to identify with her character until you met her rival Azalea who is everything she isn't. Power hungry, uses her body to get what she desires. All for an intership.. Like I said, if you liked the other three films you will like this one. I have to say once again hats off to Miriam McDonald for doing things in scenes you never see on Degrassi."