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Angels in Stardust




Angels in Stardust 


Angels in Stardust is the most convoluted, confusing, confounding, and depressing movie I have seen all year long. AJ Michalka, Alicia Silverstone, and Billy Burke star in this movie that dragged on during its one hundred minute duration. Sadly there is not much of a pay off at the end either.

Vallie Sue is a teenage girl with an imaginary cowboy friend. Her mother is messed up in the head chasing after any man who might get her out of the trailer park. Her brother is mentally challenged, slow, and needs glasses. A neighbor believes in UFO's while lounging around in her flamboyant attire.

Neighbor men have their way with the young women as often as possible. In fact the the poor image of sex in Angels in Stardust can give anyone nightmares. This movie is in no way acceptable for children to watch. Another neighbor is an Indian (Native American) whom the mother despises.

The level of selfishness from the characters in Angels in Stardust is crazy. There is a general lack of modesty among almost all the characters. A small glimpse of faith is shown, but generally ignored by those living consistently for themselves.

The bad language in Angels in Stardust goes along with the bad attitudes. Most of the men are shown as horrible people. Most of the women are shown that way as well though. There really is only one male character shown in a good light, and one female character shown in a good light.

As if all of this were not bad enough, Angels in Stardust feels disconnected. There are different skits here and there that does not always connect with the others in a way that makes sense. It is like needed sections were cut out. I was constantly guessing what was going on.

The level of alcohol is high. The level of selfishness is high. Plenty of scummy closed minded people who will not listen to a better way to live. Poor people are shown as nasty in Angels in Stardust. The rich are not shown in a much better light either.

There are so many depressing and disturbing moments in Angels in Stardust. From the attempted rape, to a mother leaving her kids to live for herself. Vallie Sue finally gets out of there. Partially due to deception. Does she make in the big world? We don't know.
- Yolanda


Graphics: 55%
Sound: 50%
Replay/Extras: 65%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 40%

System: DVD
Publisher: Arc Entertainment
Developer: Hip Films
Rating: 'PG-13' – Parents Strongly Cautioned {Thematic Elements, Sexual Material, Some Menace, Language, Smoking, and Teen Drinking}
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