'Do Revenge' links teen strangers on a train that runs out of steam
"Do Revenge" has every one of the makings of a consideration creating machine,
joining a "Mean Young ladies" vibe with the stars of two famous high schooler
establishments in Camila Mendes ("Riverdale") and Maya Hawke ("More unusual Things").
It's really awful the Netflix film doesn't match those characteristics,
offering a mixed bag of praises that is somewhat redirecting yet can't pro the last.
The clearest motivation in this second movie from chief Jennifer Kaytin Robinson
(Netflix's "Somebody Extraordinary") would be Alfred Hitchcock's frequently replicated "Outsiders on a Train,"
as a couple of secondary school understudies meet, and acknowledge they have stewing feelings
of spite against various individuals and examine the possibility of collaborating to get payback against them.
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