All Over Me details
|Starring:||Mary Timony, Wilson Cruz, Alison Folland, Leisha Hailey, Cole Hauser, Pat Briggs, Tara Subkoff, Shawn Hatosy|
|Studio:||MILLIVRES MULTIMEDIA / LACE|
All Over Me
|Run time:||1 hour 35 minutes|
|Rental release:||11 Jan 2010|
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involvingBy a customer from Woking, England , 08 Aug 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]I must admit I didn't have particularly high expectations of this film. Probably because there are a lot of mediocre films out there that would be placed, rightly or wrongly in the so-called 'gay/lesbian' genre. There are also a lot of incredibly good ones and this movie falls into that category. It's one of the most involving 'teen' films i've seen in a long time. But don't let my use of the t-word put you off - the fact that the two main characters are in their mid-teens is not the issue - life, relationships and prejudice are.
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I did not want it to be overBy The KnightWatcher (629 reviews) from Gloucestershire , 24 Jul 2013. Coming of age teenage drama about two girls in a first lesbian relationship but discovering other partners. Sensitively handled with no gratuitous explicit sex. Has all the bleakness of a typical Mike Leigh film set in the USA. Has a low budget feel but overall it is a good film , and much better than the typical offering in this genre. It has a credible feel and I do not agree with other reviews that it is predictable. Has an awesome but esoteric score.
Alice is the best bit.By Alex525 (3 reviews) , 06 Mar 2013Don't be fooled by the trailer. Dull. Very self-indulgent with a poor plot about themes which seem too adult for the manner in which they are addressed. Leisha Hailey is the best part of this movie and she's probably in it for 20 minutes? Only watch if you're an LH obsessive.
Lackluster filmBy Grimsam (5 reviews) , 16 Feb 2013A watchable film however the overall pacing of it is lacklustre. It deals with adult themes through the eyes of teenagers, which have potential perhaps not fully exploited in this movie. The performances of some of the supporting cast are average at best.
Home madeBy a customer from London , 29 Jul 2009This has quite a 'low-budget' feel - sometimes improvised, sometimes 'badly' lit, sometimes the sound seems 'unbalanced'. It's a fairly bleak film but really not bad at all. Just has to be watched as something less(or more?) than the highly accomplished, professional, and expensive, films seen most of the time.
Nothing specialBy Randomfilmbuff (327 reviews) from London , 02 Jul 2009This is an OKish film which fails to deliver any originality. Trying to be a lesbian version of My So Called Life but fails