Hating Alison Ashley details
|Starring:||Jean Kittson, Delta Goodrem, Richard Carter, Saskia Burmeister|
|Studio:||UNIVERSAL PICTURES UK VIDEO RENTAL|
Hating Alison Ashley
|Run time:||1 hour 39 minutes|
|Rental release:||05 Sep 2005|
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Excellent!By Gray3 from Devon , 26 Oct 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]Excellent film, I found it to be well written, funny and moving. It kept me interested the whole way through.
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Average MovieBy a customer , 08 May 2013When I rented this film out, I was really was quiet excited about it, thought it would be brilliant but I was well wrong. When i began watching it , it was ok, by the time it got to half way through i was bored silly! I was hoping there would be some 'stand up' like something would happen in the film which will make you keep watching it, but there wasn't.
A few funny moments. 5/10.By Graham from UK , 25 Nov 2009We are having a run of average films at the moment and this is another great example, funny in places, a little smile at the end but otherwise quite a slow paced and not exactly riveting teen movie. The story is based on a book, supposedly pre teen although Delta is 21 and that shows. That said she and lead Erika Yurken were fine, and although I do not believe the reasons for hating Alison Ashley (Delta) were obvious there were a few funny moments leading up to a quite heart warming ending. The pace is slow but there is just enough going on to keep most interested. Age group is limited, without being in anyway adult themed I would guess that most young children would take little from this so we are looking at 10-15 year old girls and a few curious adults! Not bad but not great either. 5/10. 3 Stars.
Loved Every MinuteBy a customer from Preston , 02 Apr 2007A great performance by Delta Goodrem. Highly recommended.
Suprisingly EntertainingBy a customer from Birmingham , 02 Apr 2007A fun comedy abour growing up without being too tacky. I expected it to make me cringe but I loved it.
One for TeenagersBy a customer from Worcester , 02 Apr 2007Aimed mainly at teenagers. If you want something lighthearted about teenage life this is your thing.