Sunday, September 13, 2009

Bad Acting + Fake Drama = Major Turn Off

Sorority Row
This weeks new release featuring Audrina Patridge, star of MTV Series, The Hills, as Megan, a Sorority Sister who is murdered from the result of a harmless prank. While Megan's so called "sisters" agree to keep her murder a secret, word of her disappearance soon spread only to be heard by a quiet individual, later to be revealed as a serial killer.

After arriving at the local movie theater approximately half an hour before Sorority Row started, and approximately half an hour into the movie, my intents began to turn into regrets, as scenes continued to play.

Even though Audrina was only seen "alive" during the first scenes of the film, whenever she recited a line, her voice pertained to be somewhat of a whiney tone. Even up to the point of her death, she showed no emotion during dramatic scenes and acted a bit monotone with her voice.

It looks like Audrina's acting rubbed of on some of her co-stars, as the same charachteristics can be seen when looking at the acting of others throughout the film.

Despite the horrible excuse for acting out scenes, the plot of Sorority Row seemed a bit interesting, but the horrible display of human emotions may change your mind about the film. If you are a fan of the Thriller/Horror Genre, DO NOT waste your time with this film as there is a large possibility that you will feel the same way.

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