Reviews and Problems with All The Boys Love Mandy Lane
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STONE DEVIL, blu-ray.com
27 June 2014
Excerpt: My title says it all...BORING. This film had potential, but fell short in terms of quality writing, acting and directing. I had to fight to stay awake during this film. Nothing really kept my interest. PQ and AQ were good. Glad I only rented it.
Summary: This one was on the backburner for a long time before it finally got a release. My main issue is the story is way too predictable and the acting pretty atrocious (Anson Mount being the exception). It's a completely vanilla "horror" with a bunch of tropes piled on - they should have left well enough alone.
Summary: I expected a decent horror movie, the slasher sort of type. What I got was a piece of garbage, an awful attempt at making a movie. To start off with, Mandy Lane is the only "good looking" female in the whole movie. The rest are poor, especially Whitney Able playing Chloe. The acting is poor. When Edwin Hodge (Bird) is speaking to Mandy Lane as they have to walk to the ranch, it just feels so silly and fake it's unbelievable.
Excerpt: This is a little different than your average slasher flick since the killer is pretty much unveiled at the halfway point and it has some surprisingly good cinematography. There's suspense, a nice amount of gore and a pretty damn hot scene with Amber Heard (though she doesn't get naked in this, she doesn't need to). I was really enjoying this till it got near the end which kinda disappointed me a bit. Still worth a watch if you can get your hands on this cheap.
Excerpt: A little more than your normal slasher. The film features some very good cinematogrophy and has an excellent tone through most of the runtime. While it lost its way a little towards the end, the opening and overall unique approach make this worthwhile for horror fans. The video on the disk looks very good and serves the film well. Not perfet, but I was pleased with the image over all.
Excerpt: I didn't know too much about this movie before I bought but found it reasonable enjoyable. It started off in typical fashion, but it had a few twists. Some of the scenes were pretty graphic, but were great for fans of the genre. The ending was the only part I thought was a little weak. Overall it was a decent horror movie. The PQ had a lot of grain and the contrast was a little high. The AQ was the best part of this disc.
Oh Mandy, well you kissed me and stopped me from shaking.
28 March 2009
Summary: Mandy Lane has bloomed and become one of the prettiest girls in high school. So pretty, in fact, that some of the guys will try anything to get with her (as shown in the pleasingly nasty first 5 minutes or so). Not JUST pretty though, she goes and tops things off by being a very nice and thoughtful girl too. She seems to be a perfect package. So the three main lads in this movie know their main aim when they invite Mandy (and two other girls . . . . back ups?
Summary: All the boys love Mandy Lane, and the way she is portrayed by Amber Heard, who wouldn't? She's blonde, she's demure, she's so hot that the camera in the movie's introduction to the character, lingered on her T&As. She's a fine athlete though we don't really get to know what kind of graaes she's getting.
Summary: Before renting "All the boys love Mandy Lane", I saw its trailer in the YouTube to check it out. Good cameras, interesting story and there were some good reviews in IMDb. Well, maybe I was in for a surprise. You never know. So I took the risk and rented the film. But in the first moments of the film, I noticed that this one was not different at all - it was just another brick in the wall.
Summary: The orphan Mandy Lane (Amber Heard) is a beautiful, virgin and pure teenager raised by her aunt, desired by her schoolmates and a close friend of the outcast Emmet (Michael Welch). After the death of their high school mate in a pool party, Mandy befriends Chloe (Whitney Able), Marlin (Melissa Price), Red (Aaron Himelstein), Bird (Edwin Hodge) and Jake (Luke Grimes).