All the Boys Love Mandy Lane

October 11, 2013

directed by Jonathan Levine, 2006


Only now seeing the light of day after playing at the Toronto International Film Festival some seven years ago and finding itself locked up in distribution hell, All the Boys Love Mandy Lane turns out to be a consistently unimpressive debut from director Jonathan Levine, who has since gone on to make such films as The Wackness (2008), 50/50 (2011) and this year’s Warm Bodies. For all of its attempts to play around with the familiar tropes of the slasher genre, Levine’s film never really finds its own distinct identity amid all the bloodshed and clichés.

Read full review at In Review Online


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