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Cherry Crush

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  • Language: German, English
  • Subtitles: German
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000ZLNM0O
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Jordan wells (Johnathan Tucker) is a privelleged teen who gets kicked out of an exclusive prep school after the discovery that he has been taking nude photo's of his female classmates.He then enrolls in the local high school were he meets and becomes intrigued by shay bettencourt as she is unlike other girls he has met in his old school,she's a bit of a outsider and mysterious.Before long Jordan gets shay to pose for him and they get close to one another and you start to think maybe shay is just using him,but although he suspects she may not be all she claims he can't help but get further involved in her world and the fraud,blackmail and eventually murder that that entails.I won't reveal more of the plot because that would ruin what I found to be a rather good little thriller that has some similarities to The Virgin Suicides [DVD] [2000] and Cruel Intentions [DVD] [1999] although the one thing that did annoy me was Jordan repeating "a good photographer captures his subject" all the time but other than that I'd say this is worth a watch although I'd get a used copy
(Zoverstocks is always good for used dvds) as I'd say £6 a little over priced.7.5/10
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By tracy on 21 Sept. 2014
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didn't think much of this film at all
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5.0 out of 5 stars Really a good movie 1 Feb. 2009
By Dubbie - Published on
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I truly enjoyed this movie. Good acting, great story, a bit of film Noir!!

Recommend this purchase as you will want to watch this DVD a few times just for the neat story twist.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars 4 Older Twilight's Nikki Reed Fans 30 Jan. 2010
By Rock Chick - Published on
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If you like nikki reed from twilight this movie may be for you. The cover is cool looking. This DVD was a gift for my sister. She is a fan of the film and nikki.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars wild 22 May 2010
By Stewart W. Carvalho - Published on
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Nikki Reed is so dynamic in this Movie, also very beautiful. outstanding acting in most case. I would recommend this to any one that likes a drama.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good thriller 22 Oct. 2008
By Tim F. Martin - Published on
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_Cherry Crush_ is probably not a movie I would normally watch. I have certainly never reviewed anything like it before on I found it really cheap and figured it might be at least as entertaining as other movies such as _Cruel Intentions_, focusing on intrigue, webs of lies, betrayal, and perhaps real crime. I knew from the movie's description that there was a murder, so I figured it might be interesting.

The basic premise is that Jordan Wells, a teenager of wealthy parents is expelled in the opening of the movie from an expensive private school for taking nude photographs of his female classmates (fair warning, a few of these photos are briefly shown, they are artistic, nothing I thought offensive, are relevant to the story, and there is no more nudity in the rest of the film). Though he committed no crime, the school's dean and administrators decide they had no further options and force him to leave the school.

Jordan enrolled in the local high school and became entranced by a beautiful student he meets there by the name of Shay Bettencourt, a woman unlike the other girls at the high school or from Jordan's previous school. She is intelligent, opinionated, a bit of an outsider, and mysterious. Before too long Jordan and Shay end up together, Jordan wanting to photograph Shay, Shay wanting to use Jordan for her own ends.

As the movie progresses bit by bit Jordan finds more and more about Shay. The first time they spend any time outside of class, Jordan gives Shay a ride home. It turns out though that that was not Shay's home at all; Shay shares an appeasement with a rather unsavory sister. Though a bit out of the norm for Jordan - and Shay worried that her "wrong side of the tracks" background might scare off her new boyfriend - Jordan is enamored with the lovely Shay, despite the fact that she is not all that she appears to be.

What appealed to me the most about the movie was that Jordan, a pretty normal if privileged boy, is falling in love with a woman clearly outside of his normal social circles (not merely in terms of how much money she has either). He finds that several times she either lied to him or omitted mentioning certain things, but each time he discovered the truth, he believed her when she said that she merely wanted to avoid scaring him away. After a time though he begins wonder; was it just that, or is there some deeper agenda? Is she just using him for what he can do for her, perhaps a pleasant enough companion but only useful up to a point, or does she really love him? Shay seemed to care for Jordan but as Jordan got further and further into her world the word "baggage" does not even begin to cover it, as Jordan's world apparently encompasses blackmail, fraud, and eventually murder. Does Jordan stick with the woman he loves - and feels responsible for - or does he back away, perhaps frightened of her, perhaps merely wanting to protect himself, a very real concern when certain lines are crossed? Is wanting to be with this girl worth it, at great risk to his future, his liberty, even his life?

The movie might sound like a romance, and in some ways it is, but to me it was a more a movie of intrigue, murder, and deception; a thriller basically. I thought the acting was good, Shay was certainly someone that would tempt most men, and the twists and turns of her slowly revealed background and life story were interesting.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Suspense, Without Bad Language 9 Jan. 2009
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I don't think many would say this is a great movie, but it does have a few qualities that would make it of interest to traditional values families. The first is the language; I can recall only one instance of any kind of objectionable language. Considering many of today's movies, that is a welcome relief. There is one passing scene pertaining to sex, but it clearly is not the focus of the move. This, in spite of the fact that Jordan was kicked out of his prep school for taking glamour photos of some of the girls.

At its core, this is a movie about lying and about making good decisions, even as a teenager. The first homicide occurred when Shay's married 'boyfriend' started to attack her and Jordan rushes to her rescue. Next thing you know, Jordan is on the ground being beaten by the adult man. Shay grabs a small log and hits the adult on his head, killing him. Clearly, this would be classified as self defense, something as wealthy a kid as Jordan's lawyer could have won if they were even charged. Instead of doing the right thing, Jordan and Shay try to cover up the death. Thus begins a 'need' to lie over and over again, until the end of the movie. Parents who show this movie to their teens would have a great opportunity to point out how making the wrong choice creates one mess after another.

It is refreshing to see a 'suspense' movie nearly devoid of bad language or hyped sex. And, make no mistake about it, most people, especially teens, would probably find this to be as suspenseful as any similar movie. I am grading it down one level because the unexpected ending, while very clever, would not be the action that a person of high character would do.
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