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Geek Charming (2011)

To win a school popularity contest, a high school diva permits a film club classmate to record her popular life, but the film starts documenting her decline instead.

IMDB: 6.50 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Drama
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 871.44M
  • Resolution: 720x400 / 23.976 (24000/1001) FPSfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 97
  • IMDB Rating: 6.5/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 2

The Synopsis for Geek Charming (2011) 720p

Dylan Shoenfield is the pink princess of the upscale Woodlands Academy. She has the coolest boyfriend, the most popular friends, and a brand-new it bag that everyone covets, but when she accidentally tosses her Serge Sanchez bag into a fountain, this princess comes face-to-face with her own personal frog - self-professed film geek Josh Rosen. In return for rescuing Dylan's bag, Josh convinces Dylan to let him film her for his documentary on high school popularity. Reluctantly, Dylan lets F-list Josh into her A-list world, and is shocked to realize that sometimes nerds can be pretty cool. But when Dylan's so-called prince charming of a boyfriend dumps her flat, her life and her social status comes to a crashing halt. Can Dylan win the Woodlands Academy Spring Formal Blossom Queen crown? Can Josh win the Woodlands Academy 5th Annual Film Festival? Can Dylan, with Josh's help, pull the pieces together to create her own happily-ever-after?


The Director and Players for Geek Charming (2011) 720p

[Director]Jeffrey Hornaday
[Role:]Sarah Hyland
[Role:]Sasha Pieterse
[Role:]Matt Prokop


The Reviews for Geek Charming (2011) 720p


Reviewed bybkoganbingVote: 5/10/10

Geek Charming is an innocuous but all together impossible tale of thenerd who woos the diva with the technique of making a film documentaryabout her. Matt Prokop is the film geek and Sarah Hyland is the divawhose biggest ambition in life is to be Blossom Queen of her highschool.

Even over 40 years ago I well remember about how high school was soregimented into a caste system of cliques. A lot of kids are going tosee this teen comedy from Disney Studios and start thinking thebarriers are not so impossible. Prokop has his set with other filmbuffs of which I could have been one and hits on the idea of making adocumentary that will gain him a scholarship to film school. He decidesto do a documentary exploring the secret of popularity with Hyland asthe subject. She's thinking this will help her in her campaign to beBlossom Queens which is what they must call Homecoming Queen in herhigh school. The crowning achievement of her life? She reminds me somuch of the equally vapid Mila Kunis in That Seventies Show who saidthat nothing would deter her from her ambition to be a Dallas CowboysCheerleader.

And as these films go both start to change each other just by being inclose association. It's the Disney Studios so their product is usuallylimited in the directions they go.

Propkop and Hyland are decent enough leads and attractive. But nothingterribly out of the ordinary here.

Reviewed byDdey65Vote: /10

I know it's hard for me to break away from the habit of associating theclassic MTV cartoon with other movies and TV shows, and it seems like astretch to associate it with a Disney Channel made-for-TV movie. Butthe fact remains that in the episode "Monster" Daria and Jane do toQuinn what Josh Rosen does to Dylan Schofield, and finds there's moreto their respected subjects than meets the eye.

Matt Porkrop plays Josh Rosen, the head of a high school film club. Theclub's membership includes and is evidently limited to Jimmy Bellinger,The Troop's David Del Rio, and Kayce Rohl, who plays a girl with acrush on Josh. And of course, there's Modern Family's Sarah Hyland whoplays Dylan Schofield, the high school queen bee who is determined tobecome "Blossom Queen," and will do whatever it takes to earn thattitle. This queen bee is no Regina George or Heather Duke, though.She's not even a Sandi Griffin or Quinn Morgendorffer. Yes, she's adiva, but she's hardly a total bitch. Early on, we learn that her questto be blossom queen is an effort to forge a connection to her motherwho died when she was a little kid, and was herself a blossom queen inthe 1980's.

So where's the Daria connection? Well, Josh decides to enter a studentfilm festival and the subject of his movie is Miss Schoefield, the richpopular girl who seems to get everything she wants in life, with theemphasis on "seems." During the making of the movie, her desire tomaintain that stuck-up persona of hers slowly erodes, and her trueintellectual colors begin to show. At the same time, the would-beblossom queen takes advantage of the head film-geek's deep-seateddesire to be popular, and actually makes it work. Everybody sees thatthey're falling for each other, no matter how much they both try todeny it. His mother, her father, his friends, her friends, the girl hewants, her idiot jock trophy boyfriend, and quite possibly his teacher.

Unfortunately, there have been some fans of the book who complain aboutelements that were left out. I've heard the same complaints about movieadaptations of "How My Private, Personal Journal Became a Bestseller,""Holes," "Ella Enchanted," "Maniac Magee," and "The Power of One,"among others. And I've never invalidated their grievances, but if theirgoal is to get people interested in the books these movies originatedfrom, it could actually work for me. One also can't deny that thechemistry between real-life boyfriend and girlfriend Porkrop & Hylandworks well on screen. And you know that since this is a DCOM, thingswill work out for the two main characters one way or another. So maybeit doesn't meet the standards of the book, but as a DCOM it's clearlyabove average.

Reviewed bygracehuoVote: 5/10/10

You would think people would make less films displaying American highschool stereotypes by 2011 already, but no, there are still hundredsand thousands of them coming out every year and this is one of them.I'd watch this when I'm really bored because it does have its fun,emotional and touching parts like good movies. But overall, it's justtoo normal, too unoriginal, and the message that they are sendingacross is basically grouping high school kids into bunches withstereotypical labels, it makes the "geek" kids feel inferior, andworthless and that they can only be cool and accepted when they hangout with the popular kids. So the movie does end in kind of asemi-positive way but it still doesn't set the message straight. Anywayto sum it up, its too clichéd and too unoriginal and just like mostother movies about American high schools out there.

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