The Babysitters (2007) 1080p YIFY Movie

The Babysitters (2007) 1080p

A teenager turns her babysitting service into a call-girl service for married guys after fooling around with one of her customers.

IMDB: 5.73 Likes

  • Genre: Drama |
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.41G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 88
  • IMDB Rating: 5.7/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 12 / 18

The Synopsis for The Babysitters (2007) 1080p

At 17, high-school junior Shirley Lyner is thinking about college and running a babysitting service that provides teen call girls to the dads of young children. In a long flashback, we see what brought her from being a babysitter to organizing and running the service. It starts with Michael, the father of children she baby-sits. A cup of coffee on the way home from his house, a night visit to a train yard, and one thing leads to another. Shirley can be ruthless, and tension builds when some of the clients take the girls to a mountain cabin and bring drugs. Then, one of the girls tries to freelance. Can this end well: is it a tragedy in the making? Do we all have secrets?

The Director and Players for The Babysitters (2007) 1080p

[Director]David Ross
[Director]Paul Borghese
[Role:]Anthony Cirillo
[Role:]Chira Cassel
[Role:]Lauren Birkell

The Reviews for The Babysitters (2007) 1080p

Entertaining, sure, but nothing out of the ordinary...Reviewed bypaul_haakonsenVote: 5/10

The sole reason for why I picked up "The Babysitters" was because of John Leguizamo being in it. Having read the synopsis for the movie, and that wasn't particularly a selling point for me. So, for me, the movie was depending on John Leguizamo to carry it - and so he did.

The story in "The Babysitters" is about a young girl who babysits for a family, and whilst driving her home in the evening, the dad invites her in to a diner for something to eat. Here they come to talk and a spark is set off between them. The dad ends up having sex with the babysitter. Eventually his friend finds out and wants in on the deal, and the babysitter bring in her friends to help servicing these adult men who have wives and kids. And business is good for the 'babysitters'.

Storywise, then "The Babysitters" doesn't really blow you away - pardon the pun. The story is good enough in itself, although it does deal with a taboo subject, so the movie may not be suitable for just anyone.

What made the movie watchable was the acting in the movie, because people really did great jobs with their given roles and characters. And also the characters in the movie were really fleshed out nicely and in great detail.

"The Babysitters" is a story- and character-driven movie, so don't expect the movie to get up into a fast pace at any given moment.

If you enjoy dramas that deal with issues that are not common day events - controversial events you might say - then "The Babysitters" might be just the right movie for you.

Boring, predictable, and full of uninspired performancesReviewed byJafar IqbalVote: 4/10

After she ends up having sex with one of her customers, a teenager decides to turn her babysitting job into an illicit escort agency, with herself and her friends as the call-girls. Things are great at first, but the reality of the situation she has put herself and her friends in starts to take its toll.

I'll be honest – even before I started to watch 'The Babysitters', I wasn't feeling great about it. A decent cast of good but unimpressive actors; a handful of sexy girls there to just be sexy; and a play on that lovely babysitter fantasy. It was destined to be failure.

And, well, it's a failure.

It's a failure mainly because it's so predictable. It was clear to see where it was going, and writer/director David Ross never really challenges our expectations – if anything, he goes out of his way to make sure everything goes as we imagined it would. Very boring.

Another problem is that Katherine Waterston (playing central character Shirley), as gorgeous as she is, just isn't a very good actor. If you're going to base your film around a young actor, that actor better be good, and we didn't get that here. She's not absolutely awful, she has her moments, but nothing sustained enough to make it a performance worth investing in. The big name in the film is John Leguizamo. I liked his character, and the man is obviously a fantastic actor, but he's wasted here. Similarly, Cynthia Nixon is barely there, and doesn't have a lot to do.

I feel I should balance this out with a positive from the movie, but I'm at a loss as to what that might be. If I would praise anything, it would be the performance of Lauren Birkell, as Shirley's best friend Melissa. She is the kooky, quirky one, and does it very well. It's a spirited performance, the kind of performance someone gives when they're doing best to get noticed. But it's one shining light in a badly-made film.

'The Babysitters' is watchable, but you're not going to enjoy it too much. If you're happy to put up with a boring script if it means you get some lovely eye candy, please do watch this, as you get a healthy dose of both things. If you like your films, y'know, good, avoid it.

Reviewed byQuentin-12Vote: /10

Just saw this film at TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival). Thedirector was there and participated in the Q&A. The film wasentertaining, I'll give it that much, however the major problems stemfrom it just doesn't feel like the film-making team really knew whatkind of film they wanted to make. The tone is muddled and thereforeyou're never really sure how to feel about most of the situations. Thesex scenes are probably the most interesting of the film, and mostlybecause that's really the only time where we really see the charactersand what they're going through. Cynthia Nixon and John Leguzamo play amarried couple, and although they're both cast well and play the partswell I find it very hard to believe them as a couple at all. I thinkthat the writing and portrayal of their characters is fine, it justdoesn't fit. The director/writer seems to prefer going after internalconflict rather than external, the main problem is that in the end wenever really get a sense of how this whole story has affected everyone.We're left on a very vague not that I think hurts the film more thanhelps it. That and it kinda/sorta felt like a newer take on 'Pizza Boy'with Patrick Dempsy (and from a marketing point MILFS are way moreinteresting than... oh my... FILFs?)

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