All The Boys Love Mandy Lane (2006) – Review, Rating, and Synopsis

All The Boys Love Mandy Lane (2006)

All The Boys Love Mandy Lane (2006)

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  • Release Date:  2006
  • Genre:  Slasher
  • Director:  Jonathan Levine
  • Screenwriter:  Jacob Forman
  • Cast & Crew: Amber Heard, Anson Mount, Michael Welch, Whitney Able, Edwin Hodge, Luke Grimes, Melissa Price, Adam Powell, and Robert Earl Keen.

All The Boys Love Mandy Lane (2006)Rating:

  • Dylan = 7 / 10;
  • Eloise = 6 / 10;
  • Raoul = 7 / 10;
  • Ronan = 2 / 10;
  • IMDB = 5.6/10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 3.1/10;

All The Boys Love Mandy Lane (2006) Synopsis:

A group of friends, including the coveted beauty Mandy Lane, go to spend the night in a remote house near the lake.

All The Boys Love Mandy Lane (2006) Review:

The first movie of Jonathan Levine (Warm Bodies) is a slasher that probably fooled, and will fool, many people (including me) because of its “cheap teen slasher” aspect. But don’t be mistaken, all of this a trap cleverly set by Levine to make you believe that the film is nothing more than the average crappy slasher. So the first half of the film is really predictable, and most viewers will get really disappointed when the killer is revealed because it is an easy one to guess. However, others will already have figured out that something is not right with this story. Indeed, the last 30 minutes are filled with surprises.

The character of Mandy Lane is a really intriguing one, she is pure and yet always seems to be teasing, you never know what to expect from her. Amber Heard, who played Mandy at the age of 20, is doing a great job here.

The ending is truly what gives the film it’s a special feeling, it is so stylish and bad-ass that I found myself comparing it to a Tarantino movie. This counterbalanced all the boring elements from the first half and left me with an overall very pleasant impression.

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