Looks That Kill


Comedy / Drama / Romance

IMDb Rating 6.2 10 178


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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by pieromori 8 / 10 / 10

Utterly shocked by the lack of praise for this small gem

TL;DR: If you've loved The Fault in Our Stars and the sorts, you can't miss this; if you (like myself) hated it, you should still give this one a chance - you might be pleasantly surprised. Whenever I finish a movie, the first thing I do is to check online for reviews; I like to see other people's opinion about it, wheter they agree with mine or not. It makes for an enriching experience. So imagine my surprise when, coming here after watching this movie, I found out that not only there's not a single review about it, but also so few people have seen (the vote count as I'm writing is only at 177)! I mean, really? This is by no means a B movie (which usually have ten times as many ratings), and it's already been three days since it was released. For such a delightfully charming one, it's too much of an injustice, so here's my attempt to repair that a tiny bit. Watching the trailer you might be tricked into thinking this is a silly YA rom-com, and sure enought I begins that way. But it soon goes from silly to charming, from charming to heartbreaking... don't get me wrong, at its heart this is still very much a YA rom-com, with all of it's clichés and pitfalls, nothing groundbreaking. But the way it blend those with some more dense elements (one of them being almost too somber) feels so right that you can't help but be captured by it; I've mentioned The Fault in Our Stars at the beginning, but in this sense it's much more akin to Me and Earl and the Dying Girl. A lot of it goes to the impeccable production and cast. Both protagonists (Flynn and Telles) are so natural that they manage to somehow hoover above you're average in-love teen couple. The supporting characters are also on spot, including some hilarious ones having little to no lines at all. But what impressed me the most was the special care given to the cinematography, which leverages the movie concept to create some really eye-caching close-ups. All of this combined with a lot of funny references to '90s nerd culture. Considering that this is the first feature film of director Kellen Moore, it's even more impressive. Of all of those tragic-teen-romance movies that have become a genre in and of itself, this is the only one that I've actually enjoyed. Give it a try - even if you don't like it as much, I think you'll agree that it deserves a LOT more attention than it's getting.

Reviewed by ttubila 10 / 10 / 10

Very good film!

This is a surprisingly good film, with a wonderful performance by Brandon Flynn at its centre, that is equally matched by Julia Goldani Telles. Both of the main leads have been notably good in tv roles before (in '13 Reasons Why' and 'The Affair' respectively), and they take on very different characters here with great success. The subject matter of the story is very serious for the most part, but it is balanced out really well by some humorous interactions between the various characters. Also, a special mention to Peter Scolari and Annie Mumolo who are very good as the protagonist's parents. One sequence towards the end has really good creative direction, that is complimented beautifully by the soundtrack. The film has a lot of heart at its core, so be prepared to be moved a fair bit through the movie. This appears to be the first feature film by writer-director Kellen Moore, and he truly impresses. This film does not disappoint.

Reviewed by adrianmckenzie-91528 10 / 10 / 10

Great Film!

I've been looking forward for this movie ever since the day I saw the trailer and I absolutely loved it. It grasped my attention from start to end plus it has a great soundtrack as well. It's also something I see myself watching countless times.

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