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Crazy Beautiful

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This dramatic story tells the story of a student named Carlos, a straight student in his school life. Carlos's future may be destroyed when the goal of courting the bad self-destructive girl, Nicole Oakley, becomes a target. Carlos may try to control his life again, but it seems difficult.
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Orlando Sentinel

June 29, 2001

Evokes the romantic infatuation of young love with a painful accuracy.
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Common Sense Media

December 22, 2010

There is nothing new in this teen fantasy.
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

July 30, 2002

...these kids talk like real kids, not like Hollywood's version of precocious, advanced adolescence...
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San Diego Metropolitan
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October 21, 2002

Has a typical, write-by-the-numbers plot, about as predictable as they come and almost that interesting.
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Hollywood.com
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January 14, 2004

This movie is godawful. Simply godawful.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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June 29, 2001

Even when the movie is bad -- which it is in its abrupt, mismanaged, final-act attempt to cram in moments of forgiveness and clarity -- it's addictively so.
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Entertainment Weekly
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June 29, 2001

Dunst, in her finest performance yet, has now transcended her fellow teen stars.
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Cincinnati Enquirer
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October 15, 2002

The effect is a much more engrossing experience than we have come to expect from teen movies.
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Toronto Star

June 29, 2001

The movie is so predictable, it's not surprising that the script is credited to first-timers Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi, and the direction to John Stockwell, a former acting peer to Tom Cruise.
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Lawrence Journal-World
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August 28, 2002

The movie's dramatic moments come from dialogue not actions, and much of the time viewers are left on their own to fill in the words that remain unspoken.
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Seattle Times
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June 29, 2001

Sure, the Romeo-and-Juliet thing has been done before, but director John Stockwell pulls it off with his two promising leads.
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Village Voice

July 03, 2001

As overproduced as a Super Bowl soft-drink commercial, so much so that even its potentially insightful moments seem like movie fakery.
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