Apart from the errors it is definitely a film worth watching. Her friend evidently knew and comes back to help our accused find the solution to what had occurred. Guess that was too hard for the actors. In my opinion the main girls subconscious was actually telling her what happened and her dead friend that she kept seeing was like herself telling herself something was wrong so in a weird way it was actually like she was solving the crime by herself because her friend was not actually there but i thought that's what made the story so touching,the fact that the lead girl thought her friend was with her,i thought it was kind of sweet and it made you feel sorry for her and it made you care about her best friend too even though she wasn't there. I do not think all the characters were developed enough, though.
This is a very well made and touching movie. Not to say a sad movie but just because you will be thoroughly moved. I think its the best movie in the hole wide would. I am not usually a Liftetime movie fan, but I watched a repeat of this movie after several of my friends were raving about it. I dare say we all know at least one person who has been killed by a drunk driver.
Note that what actually caused the crash wasn't so much that Grace was too drunk to drive properly although obviously that didn't help and could have caused a crash regardless , but that she turned around to yell at Jen in a way she really didn't mean and regretted. The inclusion of the two male leads provided an excellent contrast between the dramatic struggles of the girls, to the more low-key responses of the boys. The movie is a good teaching tool for high schoolers and the reality of peer pressure and consequences. Obviously the female leads were gorgeous young women but what really stood out were a couple of close-ups of the aforementioned Steven Miller. That's one of the many things i liked about this film,the Characters,most of them were very likable or at least they were to me.
There was one particular outstanding supporting role played by Steven A. Of course, Jen does act more as a ghost than a hallucination by appearing as more of her own person than something out of Grace's mind. I think she's great in Switched at birth and I want to see more of her. Two leading ladies did a good job and were believable. This movie kept me guessing until the end.
All in all i think this film has a good story with good acting and good characters and most of the people are likable so i actually cared what happened to them and i could also relate to them. I hope to see more of Steven in upcoming projects! The message of this movie is wonderful. Overall, the movie was boring, and I had to speed it along, which is probably why I was confused as to who actually caused the accident. The actors were real in their characters but a couple do stand out: Malara Walsh as the girl who died and Steven A. Really kept me guessing as to who was responsible for accident. Grace must defer her college dreams to report to prison. He played a character who was full of emotion, from elation to deep sorrow.
I think they have excellent potential and their attractiveness certainly makes them appealing to viewers of all ages. I may just have to catch another Lifetime Movie to see what they have in store next! I could see that in the 1940s and the end would have been different and therefore satisfying. He's sure to be a fan favorite!! It has such an amazing plot and cast that I wish there were more movies like this or even a sequel. In theory, that accident could have happened to a sober person, who was extremely stressed and distracted, in just the same way. This was a great movie and i was very impressed with the quality of the script and the actors. He kept the viewer guessing with his subtle mannerisms. This is not just a drama.
I connected with Grace greatly, and even by the end I still felt sick and depressed just as she must have felt, rather than disliking her for what she did and being glad about the outcome not to say she wasn't wrong, but still. Clearly you can see that Grace normally wasn't such an irresponsible or risky person, but she made a mistake and indeed paid the consequences. That means that she is like Grace's conscience, in that sense. He is extremely talented, and I hope to see much more of him in movies and on television. He is a star waiting to shine and show his talent to the Hollywood producers.
However, if that was true then Jen would have either expressed from the start that it was Grace's fault. I thought the female leads were very talented; actually, the actors were appealing but I found myself drawn to the character of Pete. I hope she and Steven A. The two lead young women were wonderful and totally credible. The two girls were very convincing. I admit I watched this movie on Netflix because I knew my teenage daughter had seen it, and I don't see her that much.