I almost peed myself watching the aunt try to act. Abhorrent, and the uncle was a close second to being the worst actor I have witnessed in my lifetime. If I wasn't so lazy I would have turned this off. RIDICULOUS
Not Cinderella's Type (2018) 1080p YIFY Movie
Not Cinderella's Type (2018) 1080p
Not Cinderella's Type is a movie starring Paris Warner, Tim Flynn, and Tanner Gillman. Indy lives with her aunt and uncle and believes her life is fine until an accident brings a new guy into the picture. Bryant Bailey is not Indy's...
IMDB: 6.41 Likes
- Genre: Romance |
- Quality: 1080p
- Size: 1.55G
- Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 97
- IMDB Rating: 6.4/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 13 / 125
The Synopsis for Not Cinderella's Type (2018) 1080p
Indy lives with her aunt and uncle and believes her life is fine until an accident brings a new guy into the picture. Bryant Bailey is not Indy's type - she's never been into guys like him. But then again, she's never really known anyone so stubborn and caring that can also help her discover who she is and what she's worth. A modern retelling of Cinderella, based on the novel by Jenni James. This unique film captures the beauty of awkward teen love, as well as poignant realities of emotional abuse. You will laugh and cry with Indy as she traverses this incredible journey to freedom and finding out what family and love really means.
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LolReviewed byscottrochlisVote: 2/10
We enjoyed it in spite of the terribly broad acting, particularly of the aunt and uncle. The reality is much grittier, but the emotional abuse suffered by the title character is not as rare as you might think. 'Want to be the hero yourself? ...then consider serving as a CASA. Just Google it.
Remove the sticky-sweet soundtrack and you remove every vestige of human emotion, which is weird considering the subject matter. The aunt and uncle are burnt potatoes, and every single other character is basically dry pasta. The whole thing is inedible.
I gave it four pity stars because while it was painful to watch, I felt like I was reading a mediocre $0.99 YA novel - one to which you bring your own imagery and emotions and fill in the gaps the author left hanging open everywhere. You keep reading because it was cheap and you're looking for anything positive to encourage the fledgeling writer to build on, but in the end you kinda know they just don't have it.
It's a shame, really; I can imagine this story as a moderately entertaining YA novel. I don't know if it was adapted from one, but if so, they played out way out of tune.