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Genres:
Crime | Drama
Resolution:
1280*714
Size:
798.41M
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
87 min
IMDB Rating:
4.9 / 10 
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Directors: Doug Campbell [Director] ,


Movie Description:
From the first time Zoe met her new teacher at St. Adeline's Catholic School she knew something wasn't right with Sister Sophia. Was it the red lipstick and refusal to recite the Morning Prayer? Or the way she eyed her brother Jason...like he was dessert? As Zoe's suspicions grow so does the creepy bond between the "good" sister and her brother - a bond bordering on seduction. But who will believe her? After all, Sister Sophia is a woman of the cloth. Or is she?

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Reviews

Generic and predictable, but still entertaining...

Well, once you get past how ludicrous the storyline actually is, then "Bad Sister" is actually an entertaining enough movie for what it turned out to be.

But I am getting ahead of myself here.

I sat down to watch the 2015 movie "Bad Sister" from writer Barbara Kymlicka and director Doug Campbell without ever having heard about it. And given the fact that I've never seen it was actually sufficient enough to make me sit down to watch it.

And I must admit that I was actually entertained by the movie. Sure, it was predictable and generic, and the storyline was just so far out there and implausible that you just can't help but shrug at it. But the movie, in terms of being entertaining, actually managed to deliver well enough.

The acting in "Bad Sister" was adequate, and I found Alyshia Ochse, playing Laura/Sister Sophia, to actually carry the movie quite well with her performance as a rather deluded and compulsive maniac and stalker. I think I've seen her once or twice before, but she has never really caught my attention, but she did perform well enough in "Bad Sister".

"Bad Sister" is the type of movie that you know exactly what you are getting yourself into, what will happen and how the ending will be. Yeah, the movie was actually that predictable, and writer Barbara Kymlicka was definitely playing it safe by following a very generic formula.

All in all, I was entertained by what "Bad Sister" brought to the table, and I am rating it a six out of ten stars. While not an outstanding moment in cinema history, the movie was watchable and enjoyable enough.

Great story

Excellent story & everyone played superbEnding was good too

Fun Stalker Movie

This movie isn't amazing or anything, but it's entertaining enough. It's perfect for when you're in the mood for something suspenseful and creepy, but nothing too serious. The acting is pretty decent for a Lifetime movie. I would recommend giving it a chance if you're looking for something simple and entertaining. If you're looking for an Oscar-worthy film, then keep looking.
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