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ABLMLAll the Boys Love Mandy Lane (film)
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The 'All the Boys Love Mandy Lane' star, who has been dating Depp since a year, claimed that it's really hard to live your life out of a suitcase, but it does weed out superficial people, the Daily Express reported.
All the Boys Love Mandy Lane (Optimum Home Releasing): Horror aficionados first met the then-closeted Amber Heard in this artfully-made slasher.
THE WACKNESS (15, 98 mins) Jonathan Levine's hip follow-up to All The Boys Love Mandy Lane is a quirky rites of passage drama set in 1994 New York.
ALL THE BOYS LOVE MANDY LANE (18) is a teen slasher movie that's slightly above average, as it's well shot with an unexpected twist.
Timber Falls isn't the worst horror film of the year - that title is still being held tightly by All The Boys Love Mandy Lane - but it is yet another reminder that the American horror film has lost all its edge and ability to scare.
Horror thriller All the Boys Love Mandy Lane wouldn't have impressed the 200+ Mandy Lanes in Britain, given the unspeakable acts of horror committed in her honour.
CONFIDENTLY playing to our expectations, then subverting them in the closing minutes, All The Boys Love Mandy Lane is a thriller light on big scares.
All The Boys Love Mandy Lane (18) Indie teen slasher with art house ambitions and a dark twist ending.
Confidently playing to our expectations then subverting them in the closing minutes, All The Boys Love Mandy Lane is light on big scares, and in hindsight, screenwriter Forman's tightly wound plot is peppered with holes.
Remote farms, sexy girls, boozed-up guys and a few po-faced locals provide an expected recipe for teen horror mayhem, and while the amusingly titled All The Boys Love Mandy Lane does have moments of smart dialogue and cute indie sensibilities, in the end it does simply revert to type and the cute plot lines make way for the expected bloodletting.
Director-scenarist Jonathan Levine's first feature, the mannered slasher opus "All the Boys Love Mandy Lane," attracted inexplicable buy-buzz at the 2006 Toronto fest yet still hasn't opened theatrically.
Director Jeff Wadlow (Cry Wolf) captures each blow, but the fighting is as scarily pointless as All The Boys Love Mandy Lane star Amber Heard is vacuous as Baja Miller.