Sandra Anderson (Abigail Breslin) has her older sister Beth (Georgie Henley) as her best friend. Their alcoholic partying mother Linda (Mira Sorvino) moves the family once again into another lower class neighborhood. Linda loses her job and can't keep her sobriety. Her mother's boyfriend is abusive. Nobody is willing or able to help. So the sisters and their friends plan to kill the mother for the insurance money. It's loosely based on a true story in Toronto. It's an amateurish attempt from producer turn director Stanley M. Brooks. The girls are reasonable but it doesn't rise any higher than a TV melodrama. The story gets a little bit interesting as the kids plan the murder. The dialog is pretty bland bordering on awkward with some weak narration from Breslin at the start. Another problem is the lack of interesting style from the movie. Obviously they're using Breslin's star power to sell this but she can't save this project.
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Perfect Sisters (2014)
Tired of their mother's alcoholism and a string of her abusive boyfriends, two sisters plot to kill her.
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The Synopsis for Perfect Sisters (2014) 720p
On January 18, 2003, police, alerted by a frantic 911 call from a distraught pair of teenage girls, arrived at the girls Toronto area town house to find their mother dead. It appeared the 44-year-old alcoholic, having slipped into a booze-and-pill stupor, drowned in her own bathwater. The death was ruled accidental by the authorities. In the months that followed, however, police were alerted to rumours and reports that the teenagers had been gossiping to friends about the accident. Police began piecing together rumours that suggested the teens might have had a hand in their mother's death. In fact, rather than an accident, the story that emerged portrayed the two teens as cold-blooded, premeditated killers.
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good actors in weak amateur effortReviewed bySnoopyStyleVote: 5/10
I luckily caught an early screening of this film by director Stanley M. Brooks and have to say I was knocked out. It is a dark, stylish modern day tragedy about two teenagers caught in an existential nightmare. The choices they feel compelled to make and their consequences will haunt you for a long time, even if you're not a parent. Brooks did a particularly fantastic job of keeping you invested in these two young women from the gate. Like "Crime and Punishment" you are sucked in to the vortex of their dire circumstances and are swept along in their path to self destruction but you always feel for them. This builds to the final shot of the film, which is as heartbreaking and gut-wrenching as it is inevitable, and truly underscores the film's brilliance. The performances by both young actresses were spot on but I was also very impressed by nearly the unrecognizable Mira Sorvino as the mother. Brooks brought all these women to their darkest places and the result is stunning. A must see.
I watched perfect sisters for the same reason everyone else did, Abigail Breslin. The little girl who, with her cute charm, mesmerized us in any a movie like 'little miss sunshine' and 'zombieland' has been away from a good movie for quite some time. This movie tries to change that.... I hope. Abigail Breslin and Georgie Henley are two sisters who have faced a lot of hardship in life; their mother is an alcoholic prone to dating the worst of men, who tend to abuse them and their little half brother. When things get very rough, and they find no option to make their lives better, they decide to kill their mother in hope of claiming her life insurance money and leading a life their mother could never provide them. They sketch a plan and kill her, only to be traumatized by the experience. They eventually get caught and are sentenced to ten years in prison, the judge giving the reason that people with a lot worse have done a lot better than they have. The central core of the story is based on a true story, which is what makes thus easier to believe. Many of the children today are growing up to become something the society does not need, and all this due to lack of good parenting. Niw what must a child do to make his/her life better? Well, this movie dwells into one such tale where the children take it into their own hands. The direction is poor, but the movie is held together by good acting. The element that hurts moat is how a couple of perfect girls, who could have achieved anything in life, turn to killing their mother. This is probably what many people cant stomach, and thus end up giving a bad rating, but this is life.. People face such problems and don't know what to do in these situations. That is why i gave the movie a good rating, fir the director and writer for sharing with us a part of someone's life, a part that people like us living in high luxury may never know of. Watch this movie with a clear mind, and you may feel it too...