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K-12 is a movie starring Melanie Martinez, Emma Harvey, and Megan Gage. A brave-hearted girl and her charming best friend make a bewitching pair as they embark on a mission to take down the oppressive schooling system of K-12.

Genres
Musical, Horror, Fantasy
Director
Melanie Martinez, Alissa Torvinen
Starring
Megan Gage, Emma Harvey, Maggie Budzyna, Melanie Martinez

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Musical, Horror, Fantasy
Director Melanie Martinez, Alissa Torvinen
Writer Melanie Martinez
Stars Megan Gage, Emma Harvey, Maggie Budzyna, Melanie Martinez
Country USA
Also Known As K-12, una película de Melanie Martinez, K-12: A film by Melanie Martinez, K-12: A Film by Melanie Martinez
Runtime 1 h 36 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description In this eerily enchanting musical film by Melanie Martinez, Cry Baby, a strong and sensitive girl, is sent off to a disturbing sleepaway school that's hidden underneath a grandiose façade. Luckily, she has a sweet and unapologetic best friend who sticks up for her when she gets bullied by the other students whose brains are under control by the Principal and his wicked staff. With the help of the magical friends they meet along the way, as well as an Angelic Spirit Guide, they are able to gain the strength they need to fight off the school's belligerent patriarchal conditioning.

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Friday, 03 Jul 2020 10:20

The film is about a young man, Alex (Laurence Fishburne), who has a crush on a girl, Caroline (Catherine Zeta-Jones), and is tormented by the fact that he is gay. This movie is not a parody or a character study. It is, however, a very original and refreshing take on the LGBT theme. We have the main character, Alex, trying to fit in with the other boys at school. This was a good thing, because there are quite a few stereotypes that are thrown into the film that, in the context of the movie, could have been avoided. For example, the character Alex is not an Asian. This makes his brother, Aaron (Nicholas Cage), and his boyfriend, Mike (Clive Owen), seem like they are not very close. The ending, however, is a happy one. The only negative thing I could say about the film is the music. The music for the climax is the same as the music used for the credits. The music should be better. Also, there is one scene where the music is very similar to the music used for the credits. I think that should be the only thing that makes people think twice about watching the movie. There are many other flaws, such as the "the gay boy is bisexual" scene, the overused language, and a plot that doesn't really make much sense. The main character is more than a boy, though. He is a man who is looking for love and acceptance. He has to learn to be happy with who he is, but it is not an easy process. I believe that this movie is a great movie to watch with your parents, especially if you are a teenager, because it is a very good way to learn about the world around you.


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