Beautiful Disaster


Drama / Romance

Plot summary

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Top cast

Virginia Gardner Photo
Virginia Gardner as Abby Abernathy
Dylan Sprouse Photo
Dylan Sprouse as Travis Maddox
Autumn Reeser Photo
Autumn Reeser as Professor Felder
Michael Cudlitz Photo
Michael Cudlitz as Jim Maddox
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875.39 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 35 min
P/S 88 / 440
1.76 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 35 min
P/S 185 / 311
4.25 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 35 min
P/S 52 / 55

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by CinemaSerf6 / 10

Beautiful Disaster

I fully expected to hate this - but, well, I didn't. "Abby" (Virginia Gardner) is fed up picking up the pieces for her gambler father so heads to college in California. First night there, she and her pal "America" (Libe Barer) head off to a student equivalent of "Fight Club" where she meets the bare knuckle champion "Travis" (Dylan Sprouse). Replete with some of his latest victim's blood on her top, she feigns a loathing for the man but... Shortly afterwards, their dorm water supply runs dry and she has to move in with her friend. Guess what? Yep, one of her new roomies is none other than the mischievous pugilist. There now follows a rather contrived - and frankly ridiculous - bet that sees her end up sharing his bed for a month, Will they, won't they? That doesn't matter - this film isn't about jeopardy. It's about pretty people having a bit of a laugh and hoping some of that rubs off on us. I found there to a bit of chemistry between the two, "Travis" is actually quite charismatic and the humour is marginally more sophisticated than we would find in, say, the interminable "After..." series of teen melodramas. It's trying to do grown up, and it makes a half-decent fist of it. The last twenty minutes are particularly daft though - and did rather ruin the thing. It certainly does not need a cinema viewing (even though there were certainly 50+ people at the screening I attended) - but even if it is too long, it's still an OK watch.

Reviewed by rebelwarrior-441139 / 10

surprisingly romantic but mostly funny

Me and my friends bought tickets because we hadn't see Dylan Sprouse on the big screen in a while. He was the best part of After We Collided, and he proved again to have great comedic timing. The chemistry between Travis (Dylan) and Abby worked great. The forbidden relationship, him being the guy that's terrible for her and for him she's the girl he can never have. It's a classic premise but it feels fresh with risky comedic bits that although maybe a little tired haven't been tried in a long time. This movie may be a lot of things, but one thing it isn't is timid. It goes for the JOKES. It's not afraid to laugh at itself. Watching it in theaters was definitely the move for my group. It'd been a while since we could go and laugh together, at the bits intended to be funny and some that aren't meant to be funny.

Reviewed by laurendair1 / 10

Worst movie I have ever seen

This movie was a DISASTER, for sure not a beautiful one. The girl who played Abby is the worst actor I have ever seen. I could have walked up day of shooting and done a better job than her. It's honestly hard for me to think they watched this back and then signed off on it. If my ticket wasn't $20, I would have left the theater. As someone who has read this whole series multiple times, the day they were released, the movie was an utter disappointment. They turned it into a rom-com and then tried way too hard to be funny so then it wasn't actually funny. There was no depth or even conversation that would warrant love leading up to the "I love You's". I know they can't put everything from the book in the movie but my goodness. They took everything that made the book good out and replaced it with terrible acting, no plot, and lame comedy. 1000000/10 DO NOT RECOMMEND.

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